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41 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jake Gyllenhaal. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jake Gyllenhaal, often where they are interviewed.

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41 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jake Gyllenhaal. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jake Gyllenhaal, often where they are interviewed.

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Jake Gyllenhaal (2019)

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
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Jake Gyllenhaal’s role in the blockbuster hit Spider-Man: Far From Home was a first for the Oscar-nominated actor, who over the last twenty years has earned his place among Hollywood’s elite. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist talks to Gyllenhaal about pivoting from that big-budget superhero film to his role in a critically-acclaimed Broadway play. (Original broadcast date: July 28, 2019)

Jun 28 2020

44mins

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Jake Gyllenhaal’s gloomy errand run

Barely Contained
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In another lockdown episode Matt Withers is joined at a safe social distance of 57,936m by Chris Beckett to dichotomise some of the biggest showbusiness stories out there, including Jake Gyllenhaal’s gloomy errand run, Sophie Reade’s sinful garment, Ben Shephard’s filthy penis innuendo and Olivia Culpo’s cello TLC.

Jun 14 2020

27mins

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That’s BS #9: Jake Gyllenhaal/Christopher Nolan

That’s BS
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May 04 2020

1hr

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Shampoo Challenge! + Trolls, Jake Gyllenhaal, Janet Jackson, Britney Spears, Universal vs AMC, UFOs, Face(mask) ID, Jeopardy!

The RichyRich and Westopher Show
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Have you tried the shampoo challenge? @shampoochallenge - balancing a shampoo bottle on yo dick!  + UPFRONT: Dioscuri / Gemini. You don’t need PPE for sex. CELEBRITY SHADE: Britney Spears burnt down her home gym. Online Trolls out box office movie Trolls. NBC vs AMC. Dolly Parton produced Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Janet Jackson’s ‘Control’ reenters top 5 chart. Madonna and Mariah. Jeopardy bloopers. Jake Gyllenhaal is a bread daddy. Rachel Doelezel. NERD NEWS: Face ID doesn’t work with a mask, so Apple is “solving” this by allowing users to unlock phones with a code. Pentagon confirms existence of UFOs. ^^^ GET EXCLUSIVE CONTENT AND SUPPORT THE SHOW ON PATREON! https://www.patreon.com/richyandwes ^^^ Connect with us on social: @RichyAndWes | Twitter https://twitter.com/RichyAndWes | Insta https://www.instagram.com/RichyAndWes | Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RichyRichAndWestopher/ Product Codes: Use Code RichyAndWes to get a dollar off and free shipping on the Skin Slipper product applicator - a safer, smarter skin care device https://skinslipper.com | boiPKG - Use code RICHWEST35 for 35 percent off https://www.boiPKG.com | PookiePots Use code RICHYANDWES for 15 percent off https://pookiepots.com

May 03 2020

1hr 33mins

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Conversations with Jake Gyllenhaal (2016)

SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations
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A career retrospective with Jake Gyllenhaal on December 1, 2016.

Moderated by Jenelle Riley, Variety.


Jake Gyllenhaal, an Academy Award nominee, has established himself as one of the finest actors of his generation. With his new production company Nine Stories, he is also on his way to becoming a filmmaker of note – sourcing material, developing it from the ground up, collaborating with bold storytellers, and shepherding the projects through release.

In 2014, he starred in Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler, which he also produced. For his performance as Louis Bloom, Mr. Gyllenhaal received BAFTA, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild, Critics’ Choice, and Spirit Award nominations, as well as Best Actor citations from numerous critics’ groups.

He received an Academy Award nomination, and won a BAFTA Award, for his performance as Jack Twist in Ang Lee’s classic Brokeback Mountain, also for Focus Features.

Working with some of the world’s finest filmmakers on both independent and studio features, Mr. Gyllenhaal has also starred in David Ayer’s End of Watch, which he executive-produced; Dennis Villeneuve’s highly acclaimed Prisoners and Enemy, playing a dual role in the latter; Richard Kelly’s cult hit Donnie Darko; Antoine Fuqua’s Southpaw; Jean-Marc Vallee’s Demolition; Baltasar Kormákur’s Everest; Jim Sheridan’s Brothers; Duncan Jones’ Source Code; David Fincher’s Zodiac; Sam Mendes’ Jarhead; John Madden’s Proof; Miguel Arteta’s The Good Girl; Brad Silberling’s Moonlight Mile; Nicole Holofcener’s Lovely & Amazing; Joe Johnston’s October Sky; and Ed Zwick’s Love & Other Drugs, for which he received a Golden Globe Award nomination.

In 2014, Mr. Gyllenhaal made his Broadway debut in Nick Payne’s Constellations and his musical theatre debut in the Encores! production of Little Shop of Horrors. The actor made his New York stage debut in 2012 starring in If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet, for the Roundabout Theatre Company, which earned him nominations from the Drama League and the Lucille Lortel Awards. The latter marked his first stage work since 2002, when he starred on London’s West End in Kenneth Lonergan’s revival ofThis is Our Youth, for which he won an Evening Standard Theater Award for Outstanding Newcomer.

He recently formed Nine Stories, a production company acquiring and developing new material. The company is in development on a number of titles, including Denis Villeneuve’s The Son, which is based on Jo Nesbo’s critically acclaimed novel of the same name; a scripted limited series for A&E centered on cults throughout history; and the cartel drama The Man Who Made It Snow, to be directed by Antoine Fuqua. Additional projects in development include Theater of War, based on an episode of “This American Life,” which will be directed by Alex Timbers; and Ubisoft’s film adaptation of the Tom Clancy video game “The Division,” in which Mr. Gyllenhaal will also star.

Through Nine Stories, he has produced Stronger, inspired by a true story and based on The New York Times bestseller of the same name. The movie, directed by David Gordon Green and to be released in 2017, is the deeply personal account of the heroic journey of Boston Marathon survivor Jeff Bauman (whom Mr. Gyllenhaal portrays).

He currently stars in Focus Feature’s Nocturnal Animals.

Mar 31 2020

1hr 3mins

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Ep 37. Jake Gyllenhaal

Off Camera with Sam Jones
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Jake Gyllenhaal has become somewhat synonymous with beyond-brutal physical transformations for movies like Nightcrawler, and more recently (and even more brutally), for the role of boxer Billy Hope. But after crying three times over a first-draft script for Southpaw, he knew it was worth taking some punches for. He’s no masochist, but calls any work needed to tell the story of characters that fascinate him a joy. Gyllenhaal is the kind of actor who knows not only that his character bears a certain scar or walks a certain way, but why. He’s become known for going deep, and seems embarrassed and proud in equal parts about how seriously he takes his work; the same guy who’ll spend five months in a boxing ring or memorize an entire script just to sound as robotic as Louis Bloom will also tell you the best analogy for acting is Super Mario Brothers. Level One, to be specific.

Though much has been made of his on screen metamorphoses, his most profound change in recent years is one we didn’t realize we were seeing. After coming to wide attention and critical acclaim in films like Donnie Darko and Brokeback Mountain, he found himself in the enviable position of being very young and very successful in Hollywood. That’s when everyone in the business will tell you exactly which projects and path will guarantee you a lucrative career. And that’s when Gyllenhaal stepped back and decided it was time to listen to his own voice about what he wanted to do and what his work would say about him. The results are sometimes perplexing (Enemy), or darkly comic (Nightcrawler), but always worth watching. And for Gyllenhaal, richly rewarding – the spoils being the experience, worldview and friendships he takes with him from every role.

From Southpaw, he learned that a mere five pounds of pressure is all it takes to knock a guy’s brain against the side of his skull and put him down, if you know just where to land it. It’s the kind of instinct that told him just how to play one of the most touching and terrifying scenes in that film, and the same instinct that now guides the career he’s designing for himself. In this issue, Gyllenhaal discusses his work ethic, how he chooses and prepares for roles, and why he’d like to see someone else take a shot at playing them – really. It’s an esoteric conversation, but don’t worry; you’ll love it even if you’re not into Talking Heads, Bruce Springsteen or Wild Geese.

Feb 26 2020

59mins

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Nursing A Wound With Jake Gyllenhaal | Encore

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Jake Gyllenhaal ("Stronger") tells the story of a man recovering from heartbreak in a pediatrics wing.

Dec 18 2019

22mins

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Ep58 - Jake Gyllenhaal, Tom Sturridge, & Carrie Cracknell: "Broadway's Sea Wall / A Life

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Meet Alex, a photographer on a holiday with his family in the south of France. Meet Abe, a music producer with a baby on the way. Two men–both fathers, husbands, and sons–take us on a journey you will never forget.

The finest actors of their generation, Academy Award® nominee Jake Gyllenhaal (Sunday In The Park With George) and Tony Award® nominee Tom Sturridge (1984), had audiences roaring to their feet at the sold-out engagement at The Public Theater. Now Sea Wall/A Life, from the visionary creative team behind The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Constellations and A Doll’s House, comes to Broadway.

Moderated by: Jillian Hochman

For more information visit: https://seawallalife.com/

Visit http://g.co/TalksAtGoogle/SeaWallALife to watch the video.

Sep 17 2019

55mins

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Jake Gyllenhaal is his 'Best Self' in the Theater

Stagecraft with Gordon Cox
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Behind the scenes at Broadway's "Sea Wall/A Life,' with Gyllenhaal and director Carrie Cracknell.

Aug 13 2019

36mins

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Jake Gyllenhaal’s role in the blockbuster hit “Spider-Man: Far From Home” was a first for the Oscar-nominated actor, who over the last twenty years has earned his place among Hollywood’s elite. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist talks to Gyllenhaal about pivoting from that big-budget superhero film to his latest role in a critically-acclaimed new play on Broadway. The actor also opens up about growing up in Hollywood and the movie that he says changed his life forever.

Jul 28 2019

44mins

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