Friday, 25 July 2008

Gayer Than Ever


Back and Ballsier Than Ever
Our beloved mystery closet job, Toothy Tile, is back, dancing the out-me dance yet again in Blind Vice Friday.

Blind Vice, Don't Tempt Me:
Toothy Tile makes it perfectly clear he's 100 percent certain this very column will never reveal his identity. Hmmm. That one is so funny, Toothy. Reminds me I forgot to tell you all that once my divorce comes through, I'll be engaged to the remaining unmarried Bush daughter!

One Fruit-of-the-Doom Blind Vice

OK, was going to do the Blind Vice story on the Academy Award-friendly actress who thinks her cats can read, which is why she has their names written on their separate litter boxes, but that tale simply pales in comparison to Toothy Tile, who’s back and gayer than, like, ever! Dude’s losin’ his recent, overly prissy, shy shit and gettin’ his non-Nellie nerve back on (much to everyone’s surprise, just not mine).

See, ol’ Tooth, our fave partner in sex-in-public crime is being just as brazen, only with words, not his crotch. The pretty boy (man, on occasion) is gleefully telling more than a few gossipy girls—which means boys, natch, in highly exaggerated fagola speak, but then, I’m sure you already knew that, hon-cakes—that he’s quite aware the hunt for his identity is on. And has been for sometime. Says he enjoys it, even. Who wouldn’t, really? Especially if you’re dead certain your identity will never be revealed. Yep, that’s right.

T2 says he’s havin’ such a fab gay ol’ experience of it all because he’s “sure,” as it’s been relayed to this columnist, that the true identity of Mr. Tile will never, ever be discussed by yours truly. Oh, really? Is that so?

Just don’t count on it, bud. What with the myriad lies to the public (I mean, really, you’re as bad about your true sexual persuasion as Cathy Douglas is with her age), you're on thin vice, babe, so watch it.

And it ain't: Matthew Broderick, Ricky Martin, Wentworth Miller

Source: Ted Casablanca's Blind Spot, July 24, 2008

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e! akimaki said...

I thought you had to be in serious denial, or living under a rock to NOT know Toothy is Jake Gyllenhaal by now! His boyfriend, who Ted has named Gray Goose, is non other than Austin Nichols. Think about it, Gray Goose, Wild Turkey, Austin Nichols! There are some pretty cute photos of them at a Lakers game a few years back, looking quite chummy, if I say so myself. He's currently bearding with Reese Witherspoon, Ted has given some clues to that as well, seeing as how Toothy went M.I.A for a minute, after getting what seem's to have been a hefty reality check from his handlers. Not long after that, Jake re-appears as Rees' arm candy, during their pr trip to Rome to showcase their new movie rendition, and some good ol' hetero PDA. And he think his secret is safe and sound? Well, well! I guess Jake is way more naive than I ever thought possible.

ent lawyer said...

One of the comments:

"Ah, rookies.

Your comments are refreshing, but anyone who's been following the celeb gossip for awhile knows that TT is most definitely Jake Gyllenhall.

Just take our word for it and try not to hurt yourselves :)

Ent Lawyer

Anonymous said...

Posted on OMG

tr said...

Perez was probably brought into the fold to discredit the Toothy saga. He fed JJ a load of bull, JJ published it, and the fact that it was totally false made many people doubt the TT BI entirely. Just look back at all the times this is brought up as evidence that the whole thing is BS.

Constantly there are posts berating The "Tedheads" who are the only ones who believe the TT saga which is complete fiction (insert Baby Tile argument here) blah blah blah.

Brilliant PR move IMO. Perez was the perfect insider to have do the deed and he'll continue to shill for Reeke, call Ryan and Abbie whores and everyone will assume that he is just expressing his own independant thoughts.

Did someone ask how these people get paid? "Ad space" is the answer you'll get if you ask but ad space doesn't get you real estate in LA. It would barely pay the rent their parents use to charge them to live in their basements.

Seems to me that keeping Jake staight is making a lot of hands dirty.

Anonymous said...

Kiki was having problems getting insured for Marie Antoinette, Jake was there to "help" her, a knight in shining armor.

Awww...

Anonymous said...

What so interesting about this BI? I want to read about those literate cats of that actress! lol
Really, there's no new info. Just a recap and TT kind of, sort of double-daring Ted to spill it. Whatever.
It is kind of funny that Wentworth who's gay and not bothering to beard is excluded?

Anonymous said...

What so interesting about this BI?

Pissed off Ted.

hm... said...

And it ain't: Matthew Broderick, Ricky Martin, Wentworth Miller

Gay x 3

Anonymous said...

Everyone in HW knows Jake is gay. Until he says the word and is on record to the public he is perceived as straight.

DL comment:

"Most of them aren't even closeted in the usual way; their family, friends, agents, colleagues and the world around them all know the score. It's just that without the magic words 'I'm gay', no major media outlet will call them. Even if an actual story runs (like the chauffeur dish on Matt LeBlanc), the rest of the press just ignores it.

Even a minnow like Chad Allen was given the option of having the story ignored/buried, but bravely took a deep breath and officially came out; similarly Neil Patrick Harris chose to contradict the normal PR denials."

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Anonymous said...

Even a minnow like Chad Allen was given the option of having the story ignored/buried...

"Allen grew up in Hollywood, where almost anything goes, and he was able to explore his sexuality within the close-knit gay community. But his lifestyle was kept entirely hidden from the public. With the teen magazines still fresh in his memory, he fudged his way through interviews, like a sleazy 1995 Playgirl article that questioned how many women this "good-looking young buck" had slept with ("Over 10, fewer than 1,500.").

He was "outed" in 1996, when the Globe ran a photo of Allen kissing another guy in a hot tub. "A guy that I was with sold photos of us together." Ouch. Just 20 years old, Allen faced a major threat to his career. "The general response was 'If you come out, your career will be over. But if you want to, then you can.' Like that's a hell of a choice. But they were presenting options like 'We can get you a girlfriend!'" He chose to keep mum about the whole situation. "I didn't come out right away, and I'm glad I didn't then, because I wasn't ready to deal with talking about it publicly. It would have been a disaster."

Early on, one piece of advice that he took to heart was "Don't come out until it's good news." "Had I opened my mouth about it when I was 20, I would have been so easily convinced it was bad. I don't want anybody advocating civil rights that doesn't feel like it's good news about themselves." Six years passed after the Globe outing before he felt the climate was accepting enough for his official coming out, by appearing on the cover of the Advocate in 2002."

Batman and Robin said...

Probing Gay Batman

Batman wasn’t always as butch as Christian Bale and others portray. Jokes about the hero’s relationship with Robin abound, but, as Tyrion Lannister notes, the gay rumors were once no laughing matter:

The accusation that Batman was a homo, as strange as it might sound to our own ears, was taken quite seriously by government and public alike. It wasn’t leveled by a marginal nut or crank, but by a world-renowned psychiatrist, Dr. Frederic Wertham.

Batman and Robin, Wertham charged, inhabited “a wish dream of two homosexuals living together.” They lived in “sumptuous quarters,” unencumbered by wives and girlfriends, with only an aged butler for company.

“Only someone ignorant of the fundamentals of psychiatry and psychopathology of sex can fail to realize the subtle atmosphere of homoeroticism which pervades the adventures,” wrote Wertham. “The Batman type of story may stimulate children to homosexual fantasies.”


Oh, please! Even straight Batman could inspire fantasies. Anyway, as you can guess, a concerted effort to make Batman more manly began - and thus the dark hero we know and lust today…

http://www.queerty.com/probing-gay-batman-20080724/

Anonymous said...

only hotter pair in the comics than the Bat and Robin is Milton Caniff's winsome twinkie Terry and two-fisted hunky often half nekkid journalist Pat Ryan

Anonymous said...

"I thought you had to be in serious denial, or living under a rock to NOT know Toothy is Jake Gyllenhaal by now! His boyfriend, who Ted has named Gray Goose, is non other than Austin Nichols. Think about it, Gray Goose, Wild Turkey, Austin Nichols! There are some pretty cute photos of them at a Lakers game a few years back, looking quite chummy, if I say so myself. He's currently bearding with Reese Witherspoon, Ted has given some clues to that as well, seeing as how Toothy went M.I.A for a minute, after getting what seem's to have been a hefty reality check from his handlers. Not long after that, Jake re-appears as Rees' arm candy, during their pr trip to Rome to showcase their new movie rendition, and some good ol' hetero PDA. And he think his secret is safe and sound? Well, well! I guess Jake is way more naive than I ever thought possible."



Right now i don't know who is in denial but saying jake is naive well it's really being in denial.
The kid perfectly know what he does!

The coments on ent lawyer are mixed, the "reese" question remain an issue , i guess she is a strong friend or a strong money lover because even for a big check i wouldn't take the risk to be humiliated if the "elephant" is found out.

Anonymous said...

The comments on ent lawyer although mixed, do mainly come down to Jake being TT. Regarding the "reese" question, maybe I'm being naive but I think she probabaly didn't realise fully what she was getting into. Things don't always go as planned and the Gyllenspoon farce is one of them. Now she's in it, she has to carry on with it or look more ridiculous than she already does.

Christian Bale said...

I've told my producers that I think Jake would make a really hot Robin.

Anonymous said...

The Reese question? Reese not knowing what she's getting into? Are you both serious?

The public perceptions that matter to TPTB aren't the opinions of bloggers. The magazines sell a love story (in photographs) to the mass of unaffiliated celeb fans and theirs are the only views that matter. People over-complicate all of this in looking for motive or applying character traits to the situation. The only motive is to pair Jake with a woman and to have Reese look accompanied by a man.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of Batman did anyone sense an undercurrent of sexual tension between the Joker and Batman in the interrogation scene? Yowza, that was hot!

Anonymous said...

4:58am, ITA with you. But, they're pair looks like it may start to be fraying at the edges. Their body language says they tolerate each other. A year ago they looked a little more comfortable hand holding or with their arms around each other. Now it's looks even more awkward. Also, the public that Reeke is so concerned about isn't concerned about them. Their latest magazine cover is sitting on the selves and all the entertainment shows-Access Hollywood, etc-didn't mention their lovefest vacation pics or even mention them when they talk about Hollywood couples. Wonder at what point does Reeke decide they want to move on with their lives and stop living a lie.

Chris O'Donnell said...

I've told my producers that I think Jake would make a really hot Robin.

I was cute and hot, George told me so many, many times.

Anonymous said...

Their latest magazine cover is sitting on the selves...

Us Weekly online (website) - looks like they didn't bother to publish Reeke Paris story.

Anonymous said...

"The public perceptions that matter to TPTB aren't the opinions of bloggers."

Is that right 4.58? All my friends, and a hell of a lot of people at work, blog. So these people are not part of the public?? Oh my!

I'm sick and tired of people trying to make out that tabloid readers form "the public". They do not. Maybe 10 years ago. not anymore. Everyone bloggs now a days....you need to get with the program!

Anonymous said...

I think Ted has pictures.

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't be surprised if he did! He should publish them. hee heee....

Anonymous said...

No, that would be wrong and it would close too many doors in HW for Ted.

Yes, please! said...

John Barrowman may be the next star in a long line of stars to bring a comic book superhero to the big screen. In addition to all the sex jokes made during the Torchwood panel at Comic-Con, the actor was apparently asked about playing Captain America. "He smiled and gave the stock answer that he'd love to play the character and that Captain America has always been his favorite comic book superhero," a fan reported.

Superherohype.com is reporting that the subject didn't seem to take Barrowman by surprise -- and that he admitted there have already been meetings with his agents about the film. Barrowman in spandex fighting to save America from whatever evil forces happen to be threatening our pursuit of life, liberty, and gas below $11 a gallon (which means he'll have to kick off his crime busting crusade in Washington D.C.)? Yes, please.

http://www.popnography.com/2008/07/rapper-50-cent.html

Anonymous said...

"OK, was going to do the Blind Vice story on the Academy Award-friendly actress who thinks her cats can read, which is why she has their names written on their separate litter boxes"

LOL I want to know who this is!

Anonymous said...

...but that tale simply pales in comparison to Toothy Tile, who’s back and gayer than, like, ever!

That was a tough choice ;)

Ted said...

Dark Bite

Christian Bale has always been pretty much close to crackers, and I’ve known this fact for some time. But let’s back up: As ya’ll know, Dark Knight hasn’t been the only thing making headlines; the man behind the utterly doable Batsuit has been, too. And as I’m a mucho big fan of Bale, even when he is fully clothed, I went back into my archives to dig up an interview from 2006 with C.B. to see if it could possibly shed some light on what to make of this ugly family squabble, which I’m told by sources close to the infighting clan, has merits on both sides. Though the reportedly near-extorting mom and sis to C.B. ultimately love, I'd say.

Still, whether it’s dropping myriad pounds for flicks like The Machinist or Rescue Dawn, it’s pretty damn obvs Christian gets into his characters big-time. Could his demonic roles, like that of a man who attaches jumper cables to women’s breasts in American Psycho, indeed have started to intertwine with his personal life? When asking C.B. about how he prepares for certain roles, par-tick the badass ones, C told me: “It’s just allowing that person to sit in your head, and you come up with ideas over time.” Well, letting folks as loony as these twisted outsiders, Batman included, rent space inside your noggin can’t be healthy for anyone.

Interestingly, Bale blabbed to moi that his mom, the one who’s accusing Bale (along with one of his sisters) of assault, “was crying with laughter” when she watched American Psycho. Fascinating, eh? Also, I find it pretty suspicious that Mama Bale’s supposedly shopping around mag-rags for cash to talk about the recent “assault,” while her son’s shattering box-office records. If she’s truly concerned about getting her side across then she'd do it for free. Supposedly, Mama Bale is jealous, said my Bale hangers-on, of her son and her late husband, Christian’s father. In the interview, when I asked about heroes and major influences in his life, Christian made a point to directly talk about his dad, nada mamacita. He said, “My biggest influences would have to be my father and my family. We moved around an awful lot, so I found you had to form a tight unit or you'd be incredibly lonely.”

Other than guffawing, rather inappropriately, at Psycho, no other mention of mommy was ever made. Indeed, this notion of being “lonely” had a habit of resurfacing during our interview. When talking about being an actor he said, “It is nomadic, and you have to get accustomed to some sort of isolation, which is often important in preparing for a role. But I've always been a bit of a loner.” Don't forget, C.B was devastated over fellow loner and BFF Heath Ledger’s premature death, secluding himself for weeks after. Now that the movie is finally released, it’s like opening an old wound. Apparently, like Heath, Bale lost a lot of sleep during the filming of Dark Knight, which could also be responsible for his recent outbursts.

Let’s just hope he doesn’t call up Ashley Olsen’s masseuse to help him unwind. More on this nasty sitch Monday.

Cake said...

Happy Birthday Kevin Spacey!

Anonymous said...

OT

Lance Armstrong Hints at a Run for Political Office

Between spearheading the cancer-education and fundraising Lance Armstrong Foundation and dating Kate Hudson, Lance Armstrong has his hands full.

But the cancer survivor and cyclist hinted Thursday night that he may be interested in expanding his empire to include something more: public service. "There might come a time when you feel like you've reached a wall and you need to step into public office and try to make change through that channel or those ends," Armstrong, 36, told reporters at the Foundation's Livestrong Summit in Columbus, Ohio – which was attended by presumptive Republican Presidential candidate John McCain.

In an interview from the summit with CNN's Campbell Brown, Armstrong noted that both McCain and Democratic contender Barack Obama support cancer research. "Both candidates I believe care about this issue," said Armstrong. "Senator McCain is a cancer survivor himself. Senator Obama, I know, is committed after having lost his mother to this disease." At the summit, McCain told attendees, "Lance Armstrong is making all the difference in the world, and I'm honored to be in his company."

Still, Armstrong remained coy with reporters in one regard – which of the two politicians would make the better exercise partner. "I don't have an answer for you on who I would workout with," said Armstrong. "Probably best just to do a little triathlon. You know, we could hike one day with Senator McCain and play basketball one day with Senator Obama and then the other day they have to go ride with me, and then we’ll figure it out."

http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20214984,00.html

Anonymous said...

"The comments on ent lawyer although mixed, do mainly come down to Jake being TT"

For most of people who don't trust Ted the real question don't concern toothy identity now but if the saga is true or completely made up!

If ted has pics , i am still waiting. He could use it via another blogger and this way he won't sue!



"Regarding the "reese" question, maybe I'm being naive but I think she probabaly didn't realise fully what she was getting into."


Reese's motivations disturbe me.
Associated with jake , she knew from the start about all the gay rumours around him. the fact she risks to ruin her reputation is surprising , even for money or "to be seen with a pretty boy". It's not her style, she wants to control everything.

Anonymous said...

Can you imagine what this kind of sick person feels/thinks about Ryan, the one who dumped her and her Oscar:

2006

Reese is bitter

Reese Witherspoon wins best actress, and she can't think of anything better to do than harp on her ex-boyfriends. The actress, who is now married to heartthrob actor Ryan Philippe, said: "Every time I got dumped, I always fantasised that one day he would be sorry - and I would go on stage and tell him what I thought. "So for all the boys who ever dumped me, this is for you."

She's a rich and famous actress at the top of her career. She has two kids and super-hot husband, and she's still hung up on her exes! Reese, there are some things in life you just can't control so let go.

Men don't like women who try to run their lives, and most of the guys who dated you are probably grateful you moved on.

http://www.celebitchy.com/2006/03/reese_is_bitter.html

Anonymous said...

the fact she risks to ruin her reputation is surprising , even for money or "to be seen with a pretty boy".

No (real) risk for Reese, Jake isn't going to come out anytime soon.
Even if someone would out Jake (with solid proof) the "romance" could be spined into "helping a good friend" or Jake being bi.

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Anonymous said...

There are no pictures. There are no pictures. That is why Jake is cocky and Reese felt comfortable enough to do Reeke.

Yes don't hold your breath Jake is not going to come out. No Balls.

Anonymous said...

Reese's PR team started Reeke in November 2006 - divorce was really bad PR news for her. "Left for another woman" was even worse - not an option for "every time I got dumped, I always fantasised that one day he would be sorry" Reese.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget, C.B was devastated over fellow loner and BFF Heath Ledger’s premature death, secluding himself for weeks after.

Heath did attend Christian's Rescue Dawn premiere and sat across from him in the restaurant afterward. It was sweet. (I guess Jake might do that for RDJ.)

Bale is a real loner, so I think his developing friendship with Heath meant more to him than you might expect. They worked together on 2 movies and seem to have bonded as much as time would allow. Both are that rare commodity - good-looking guys who take risks as actors and are able to disappear into the characters they played.

Christian on Heath: “Personally, I find it to be a complete lack of understanding of acting,” Bale told Today's Matt Lauer [the theory that playing the Joker killed Heath]. “I also found it very rude to try to create some kind of a sound bite for such a tragedy. The man was a complex man, he’s a good man. I saw him as having nothing but the best time playing the Joker. He was somebody who immersed himself completely in his role — absolutely, as do I,” he added. “But at the end of the day, he was having a wonderful time making this movie.”

No Risk, No Gain said...

There are no pictures. That is why Jake is cocky and Reese felt comfortable enough to do Reeke.

Maybe, but Hollywood PR games are not that simple and straightforward.

Anonymous said...

This is as straightforward as it gets. Jake is gay. Jake is bearding because he wants fame and fortune. I don't think his talent will allow him to have a long career. The parts just won't be there. He said it. He is doing movies to make money.

Anonymous said...

"So for all the boys who ever dumped me, this is for you."

Jake couldn't be more perfect for Reese. He's not just the rebound guy. He's the revenge guy. He's cute, loyal, biddable, sweet with the kids...and he'll never, ever cheat on her with another woman.

Anonymous said...

This is as straightforward as it gets.

I meant outing HW actors and PR damage control games.

Anonymous said...

Perez rips Reeke:

Reese Witherspoon sucks on that lollipop like she means it! She sure has a sweet tooth.
GyllenHO is a lucky gal!


wtf? I thought his cooperation had been bought.

Anonymous said...

I believe Jake feels invincible right now because he's still considered marketable and has PR protecting him and his reputation. But once he's not bringing in the cash, the same people will throw him to the dogs. That's the way of the business.

Anonymous said...

1:36 ITA

Anonymous said...

1:31 PM

What a classy lady! LOL

Perez said...

wtf? I thought his cooperation had been bought.

I want more money.

Anonymous said...

Both are that rare commodity - good-looking guys who take risks as actors and are able to disappear into the characters they played.

I agree and hope that Bale will learn to value his health more than his art.

Anonymous said...

the reese picture is a satire, but why do it now?

perez also seriously trashed maggie recently.

1:56AM, I think you're dead right. he needs $$$.

Perez said...

Ha, you have NO idea how expensive are first class attorneys!

Perez Hilton's Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit

A woman from Ohio and her husband are suing online gossip Perez Hilton for a whopping $25 million. Why, you ask?

According to The Smoking Gun, the woman blames Perez for getting her fired. Her husband, Joel Wargo, obviously does, too, because his name is also on the lawsuit. The whole mess began when Diane sent Perez a rather angry email containing anti-gay slurs in response to an item he had posted about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt spending Christmas in New Orleans with their kids.

Always one to share with the world, Perez posted Diane's email on his site along with her email address. Diane, who worked in a senior living center called Menorah Park at the time, fired off her email from her work address. Stupid! Her supervisors at the old folks home were not so thrilled with Diane when a public backlash and tons of negative publicity ensued, and Diane lost her job. In addition to getting fired, Diane claims that she received hundreds of threatening emails and phone calls in the wake of the incident.

Curious as to what Diane wrote to inspire such anger among PerezHilton.com readers? Short and not so sweet, the email Diane sent to Perez read:

Perez you are a FAT GAY PIG! Angelina is an ugly whore! You love her because she is a fag lover! Her brother is a gay little jerk just like your fat ugly ass! MANGELINA is a disgusting gross skank!

Hmm, I wonder if Diane has issues with gay people? What do you think of her email outburst? And while we're on the subject, do you think Perez, who usually goes after celebrities, went too far in exposing this ordinary citizen's rant to the public, or was Perez perfectly within his rights to post Diane's email along with her email address?

http://www.gaytvblog.com/2008/07/hot-topic-perez.html

Anonymous said...

I agree and hope that Bale will learn to value his health more than his art.

Yes, giving your all in music or art, science, civics or politics is unhealthy. As many fools fail to understand.

Someone should have told Michelangelo not to paint the Sistine Chapel ceiling! It killed his back.

Anonymous said...

LOL

Anonymous said...

Old Hollywood relying on rags is a joke. Look at TDK. That movie is hugely successful first off because it is damn good, phenominally good, but also because they launched a huge viral marketing campaign using bloggers and the web to build interest. The movie delivered. When was the last time you saw Bale, Oldman, Caine or even Heath (except right after his death) on a rag. Reeke's PR has been so off base it's not even funny.

Madonna said...

"Every time I do a show, I die a little bit, but no shit is worth doing unless you're willing to die for it."

Fool!

Anonymous said...

When was the last time you saw Bale, Oldman, Caine or even Heath (except right after his death) on a rag. Reeke's PR has been so off base it's not even funny.

WORD.

Anonymous said...

Reeke's PR has been so off base it's not even funny.

Not really. Who can you impress with lame Reeke stories like shopping in London and Paris? Only tabloid readers - teen girls and housewives.

Anonymous said...

When asking C.B. about how he prepares for certain roles, par-tick the badass ones, C told me: “It’s just allowing that person to sit in your head, and you come up with ideas over time.” Well, letting folks as loony as these twisted outsiders, Batman included, rent space inside your noggin can’t be healthy for anyone.

The point is to find the balance, to prevent "living for the art" turn into self-destructive behaviour. I know, I know, it's easier said than done.

HELEN KELLER said...

Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.

Blind!

Michelangelo Buonarroti said...

The greater danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we hit it.

Dead!

Jake Gyllenhaal said...

On advice to those who want to act:

Chris Cooper once told me to never have any regrets. After Chris said that to me, I [now] walk into every scene thinking, ' exhaust every possibility.' Once you get to a certain place, it's like you just deliver everything you've got. Don't have any regrets. It pops up in my mind over and over and over again.

Anonymous said...

Jake acts in movies for the money. His acting ability has proven this over and over again. It's obvious that he doesn't have a real passion for acting. If you took away his looks his fanbase would disappear immediately.

Seneca said...

Life's like a play; it's not the length but the excellence of the acting that matters.

Jake Gyllenhaal said...

The truth is most of the films that make a lot of money no one remembers, and I'm not interested in making films that no one remembers.

Jake Gyllenhaal said...

Well, people will ask me if I do a movie just for the sake of doing a movie, but in reality with every movie I do, I go in expecting it to be a big movie, to be a success. Ya, know I’m in it to make things happen. Honestly, I don’t do movies for the fun of it, it pays the bills.

Anonymous said...

Life's like a play; it's not the length but the excellence of the acting that matters.

I love this one.

Anonymous said...

Puhlease, as if not most Hollywood stars do movies mostly for the dough.

Anonymous said...

True, but because they are overpaid they can afford to do other kind of movies too - art movies for example. Of course, you need a reason for doing that: intellectual curiosity, improving acting skills, fun, helping a friend, helping a cause, something.

Titanic/LOTR/Star Wars said...

The truth is most of the films that make a lot of money no one remembers, and I'm not interested in making films that no one remembers."

OH REALLY?????

Anonymous said...

Jake is always talking out of his ass. I find him to be very pretentious. Same with his sister. At least Maggie is a talented actress. Jake doesn't come close.

Anonymous said...

"Just don’t count on it, bud."

I love it when Ted channels Ennis Del Mar talking to Jack Twist. Yet another huge hint.

Anonymous said...

Aww, 5:21 PM, don’t be like that!

Anonymous said...

Jack Twist: I can spare ya a loan bud, if you're short on cash. Give it to ya when we get to Signal.

Anonymous said...

Anon 1:36: So no one will care about Jake in 10 years. Do you think he'll be in the "where are they now" shows.

Anonymous said...

10 years is too far into the future.

new videos said...

Chris Fischer helps gather "Oscar's Eggs" at the Thompson Farm and prepares a fresh bacon and eggs feast with Oscar, Liz and Lucy Thompson.
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Edible Island host whips up a lobster and local greens salad on Today in the Vineyard from Menemsha.
Chris Fischer Cooks

Chris Fischer talks about how his life as a chef began, and his past job at Chef Mario Battali's restaurant in New York.
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Anonymous said...

Ennis Del Mar: "There's somethin' I been meanin' ta tell ya, bud."

Anonymous said...

Yes, giving your all in music or art, science, civics or politics is unhealthy. As many fools fail to understand.

Someone should have told Michelangelo not to paint the Sistine Chapel ceiling! It killed his back.


Word! Your life has to count for something, you've got to do something with the time you are given.

Anonymous said...

I love it when people say Reese is not Jake's type. No kidding. Jake likes guys. He is gay for crying out loud.

Anonymous said...

Maggie G. worried TDK could hurt her career:

maggie

Anonymous said...

Maggie was concerned about the paps? Do the paps really hound the Gyllenhaals that much?! Not as if Maggie is some huge HW star!

Anonymous said...

The point about your own life is it's yours so you can do whatever you want with it. Sitting around scratching yourself doesn't invalidate your life. You don't have to "count" because someone else says it's the only way - it's an individual choice. Where we all live we are lucky to have the options.

Maggie said...

Maggie - who took over the role from Katie Holmes - said: "I was worried. Professionally and also because I had a three-month-old daughter. The paparazzi were boundary-less, in fact they were awful. I wondered if I really wanted to be in a movie with all that attention.

"Then someone pointed out that I can't hide. If I'm an actress and here's a project with an incredible director and actors, I have to do it."

Maggie, 30, also deliberately tried not to copy Katie's interpretation of Rachel from the previous movie 'Batman Begins'.

She added: "I think Katie is a fine actor, but I don't think it would have served anyone if I were trying to imitate her. I saw Rachel as a new woman in this movie."

Maggie said...

A light that never goes out

'The Dark Knight' has been dogged with a run of shocking events -- but Maggie Gyllenhaal shines brightly on and off screen. By Nick Kelly

I've just walked out of The Dorchester after interviewing Maggie Gyllenhaal. I make my way past the assorted TV crews, hovering news reporters and expectant star-gazers gathered outside the posh Park Lane hotel in central London. On the street, a girl hands me a local free-sheet: 'Holy cow! Cops Quiz Batman!' screams the headline.

Initially, I think it's just part of the military-style publicity machine surrounding the promotion of Christopher Nolan's new film. Seconds earlier I'd been handed a goodie bag by the PR people, complete with Batman T-shirt, Batman CD soundtrack, Batman diary and Batman pen ... A mock Batman newspaper was almost to be expected. But eventually I realise the story is no tongue-in-cheek ruse: the caped crusader Christian Bale has been accused of assaulting his mother and sister in his suite at this very hotel two days earlier. It's a strange, surreal twist to the story of a film that already contains more than its fair share of shocking events. A stuntman, Conway Wickliffe, was killed during filming, while the death from an accidental prescription drugs overdose of Heath Ledger -- whose nihilistic, psychopathic Joker is essentially the main character in The Dark Knight, upstaging Bale's Batman every time he's on screen -- has ratcheted up the interest in this movie to fever pitch. So instead of it being just another summer blockbuster, there's a deep fascination, verging on the macabre, in seeing the ill-starred Australian actor's searing swansong.

The tricky part is: I know that Maggie Gyllenhaal has no desire to answer any questions about her late co-star. She practically ran out of the building during one recent interview when the subject was broached. But any discussion about The Dark Knight that omits any mention of Heath Ledger would be like staging Hamlet without the prince. So I decide to leave that sticky question till the end ...

When I enter her hotel suite, she is sitting with one leg up on the couch, and eyeing a strawberry on her plate of fruit salad longingly, before moving in for the kill with her fork. She is wearing a classy black dress, on which run a few arty vertical stripes of dark red and green, and a pair of black open-toed flat shoes that I hesitate to call sandals. But these are not the first things you notice -- the first things competing for your attention are those dreamy eyes and lips painted an even brighter red than that now departed strawberry. She looks every bit as beguiling in person as she did in the photos taken of her on the red carpet the night before, where she was the belle of the ball at the European premiere of The Dark Knight in Leicester Square.

In the film, the follow-up to Batman Begins, she plays Rachel Dawes, the crusading lawyer at the centre of a tug-of-love between Batman and Gotham's crusading District Attorney, Harvey Dent (played by Aaron Eckhart). "I tried to make the role as complex as possible," she says. "I tried to make her as full as I could. I wanted her to be a real woman with a mind, and to be as passionate about making the world a better place as the men around her."

The Dark Knight is Gyllenhaal's first superhero movie -- previous roles have included star turns as an S&M-loving office temp (Secretary) and a heroin-addicted single mother out on parole (SherryBaby). How did she find making her first big-budget film? "I realised how big a deal it was when we shot some stuff in Coddington (south London) where they had built Gotham inside of a Zeppelin hangar. When I went in there, I thought, "Wow!"

"The other thing that's different is that something shifted in me at some point. When I was younger I didn't care who saw my movies -- and now I do. I don't want to make movies for the 10 people who feel exactly the same way about the world as I do." A lot more than 10 people have seen The Dark Knight: it took a record-breaking $158m in the US on its opening weekend -- eight times more than its nearest rival. But if superstardom now awaits her, she is unlikely to let it go to her head.

For a start, she grew up inside the industry: her father is a director, her mother is a screenwriter, and her brother Jake has, of course, become a star himself since since he played opposite his sister in Donnie Darko. Secondly, the 30-year-old actress has a family of her own now to look after: she lives in Park Slope, Brooklyn, with her fiancé, the actor Peter Skarsgaard (a close friend of Jake's, as it happens) and their two-year-old daughter Ramona. So how difficult does Maggie find it balancing her family life with her career?

"I made this movie when my daughter was seven months old," she answers. "I wasn't looking to work when Chris (Nolan, the director) approached me. But it ended up being a great job for a new mom because I had lots of time off. I don't think I could have done a film where I was carrying the movie -- appearing in every second of it and totally absorbed in my complicated character." Like in SherryBaby? "Exactly. Only now, when my daughter is almost two, do I feel like I could walk back into something like that."

Would you like to play a mothering role now that you are one? "It's interesting how since I became a mother -- and a public mother, even though I've tried very hard to keep my family out of the press -- I've been offered so many more roles as a mother. I think something changes in you, certainly, once you birth a child, once you've been through that first year, which is exhausting and incredible, but really changes you. "When I made SherryBaby, I wasn't a mother. But I was playing someone who wasn't really a mother until the very end, so it kinda worked. I was playing a mother in World Trade Center -- and I think I probably would have been better if I'd actually had a kid. I didn't have one then."

I wonder does it help that her fiancé is also an actor? "Yes," she answers, "especially in terms of raising a child together. We both believe that parenting should be equal, although I have realised that there is something in me, in being a mom, where the baby's just gotta have you." Did she name her daughter after the Bob Dylan song, To Ramona? "You know, we didn't, but we both really like that song. In fact, that's one of my father's favourite songs. There were a lot of things that went into her name: I'm half-Jewish, and in the Jewish religion there is a tradition of naming a child after the first letter of a relative who's died."

There have been reports that, as her fame spirals, Maggie is getting increasingly plagued by the paparazzi. How bad is it? "It first started to get bad when I was pregnant," she says, "and they're just crazy for pregnant people. I do think of leaving the city altogether and going to live in the country. They're much better to me in the UK. They say, 'of course we won't shoot your daughter'. It's not that way in New York -- they'll tell you that ... and then shoot your daughter."

Next up for Gyllenhaal is a low-budget film called Crazy Heart alongside Jeff Bridges and Robert Duvall. But first we'll see her in a romantic comedy called Farlanders, starring Maya Rudolph and John Krasinki (Jim from the US version of The Office). It's scripted by New York literary scenester Dave Eggers and his wife. "I play a hippy mother who's still nursing her four-year-old and is super into 'attachment parenting'," laughs Maggie, "and everyone sleeps in one big bed, and they make love in front of their children ... It was so much fun to do."

The PR girl appears to tells me I have one last question ... Delicately, I bring the subject around to Heath, and his amazing performance. As she registers the question, her eyes visibly droop, and for the first time her natural perkiness leaves her. There is a pause. Clearly, she's already been asked this question 1,000 times. And I feel bad for being number 1,001. But at least she doesn't storm off out of the room ...

"Yeah. He was absolutely free, and really thrilling to work with. I knew he was great. But I didn't know he was SO great until I saw the movie. There's that one scene where's he upside down that I think is kind of blinding."

I mention the coincidence that both she and Jake worked opposite Heath in the two roles he'll probably be best remembered for (The Dark Knight and Brokeback Mountain). "You know, it's a pretty small community of people, you know, of our age, making movies," she says. "I don't think it's that unusual, I guess. It's unusual that both my brother and I do it. It's also funny that my brother and my fiancé have worked together a couple of times."

With that, my time is up. She's back to her old friendly self as we say goodbye. All that's left for me to do is to pick up my Batman diary, and Batman pen, and Batman T-shirt ...

http://www.independent.ie/lifestyle/a-light--that-never-goes-out-1439696.html

Anonymous said...

Next up for Gyllenhaal is a low-budget film called Crazy Heart alongside Jeff Bridges and Robert Duvall. But first we'll see her in a romantic comedy called Farlanders, starring Maya Rudolph and John Krasinki (Jim from the US version of The Office). It's scripted by New York literary scenester Dave Eggers and his wife. "I play a hippy mother who's still nursing her four-year-old and is super into 'attachment parenting'," laughs Maggie, "and everyone sleeps in one big bed, and they make love in front of their children ... It was so much fun to do."

Wow! Nailed sounds boring compared to Farlanders.

Anonymous said...

Farlanders (2009)
Director: Sam Mendes
Genre: Comedy

Sam Mendes tries his hand at comedy in a story about a young couple. They travel the Unites States to try and figure out where to put down roots to raise a family.

Anonymous said...

Edible Island host whips up a lobster and local greens salad on Today in the Vineyard from Menemsha.

Mmmm..., I can smell the salt in the air.

Anonymous said...

6:25, that's true - I thought it was obvious and went without saying so I didn't add that to my post. Of course we all have a choice to be selfish and do nothing with our lives. I was responding to the poster who was saying it wasn't healthy to give your life over to something you believe in or want to do, whether it's art, music, medicine or changing laws to help people - you are absolutley right we have a choice to do that, or do nothing. You can either do something on a large scale, or simply help the kid next door. It's disappointing that you would defend doing nothing with your life and only caring about you and yours, because to me that is as bad as those who do harm - it's passive harm in my book, because it allows negativity to move ahead unfettered. It's a shame that the majority of people feel as you do, and we can see the results of it in the world.

Anonymous said...

6:25 and 9:53 You both make very good points and actually both of you are correct. I have to say I admire a person who wants to help the kid next store. We all are neighbors. Mankind can be cruel. Doesn't take much to say hey kid look at me and what I am doing with my life. You can do the same. Don't be ashamed your gay. Be proud.

Anonymous said...

Remember "Closets are for Clothes".

Anonymous said...

"I love it when people say Reese is not Jake's type. No kidding. Jake likes guys. He is gay for crying out loud."

who are you trying to convince? You are not on a JIS board here.

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Anonymous said...

Don't stop, Don't change, Stay beautiful One life, Today, You're irresistible Get up, Get out, Stay wonderful. All this time is waiting for you. Austin Nichols I love you.

Anonymous said...

The point about your own life is it's yours so you can do whatever you want with it.

Yes, but enjoying your job and being passionate about it makes your life so much better.

I believe that Jake doesn't make movies JUST for the money, that would be really sad. Look at Clint Eastwood, 78 and still acting and directiong, I bet he's loving every minute of it.

Anonymous said...

^^I wish I could agree but at this point I don't.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
"I love it when people say Reese is not Jake's type. No kidding. Jake likes guys. He is gay for crying out loud."

who are you trying to convince? You are not on a JIS board here.

Your Lecture is well understood. No JIS lover here.

Dont stop. Dont change. Stay Beautiful.
Being OUT is a wonderful place to be.
I love you Austin Nichols.

GM said...

George Michael: Sex Arrest was Deliberate

George Michael talks about losing his partner to AIDS, the death of his mother, getting caught cruising in a bathroom in a park in Beverly Hills, and his drug arrests.

Said the singer: "I lost my partner to HIV then it took about three years to grieve; then after that I lost my mother. I felt almost like I was cursed. The only thing that got me through it was my music. It survived. I wrote very, very little, but the little I wrote did well and kept my head above water...It was depression and shock which just went on for years."

He also says he's come to realize his arrest for public sex was something he did deliberately.

Watch it, AFTER THE JUMP...

Towleroad

Anonymous said...

thanks for posting this.


Heath Ledger -- whose nihilistic, psychopathic Joker is essentially the main character in The Dark Knight, upstaging Bale's Batman every time he's on screen


any discussion about The Dark Knight that omits any mention of Heath Ledger would be like staging Hamlet without the prince.


Delicately, I bring the subject around to Heath, and his amazing performance. As she registers the question, her eyes visibly droop, and for the first time her natural perkiness leaves her. There is a pause. Clearly, she's already been asked this question 1,000 times. And I feel bad for being number 1,001. But at least she doesn't storm off out of the room ...

"Yeah. He was absolutely free, and really thrilling to work with. I knew he was great. But I didn't know he was SO great until I saw the movie. There's that one scene where's he upside down that I think is kind of blinding."

I mention the coincidence that both she and Jake worked opposite Heath in the two roles he'll probably be best remembered for (The Dark Knight and Brokeback Mountain). "You know, it's a pretty small community of people, you know, of our age, making movies," she says. "I don't think it's that unusual, I guess. It's unusual that both my brother and I do it.

Anonymous said...

I believe that Jake doesn't make movies JUST for the money, that would be really sad. Look at Clint Eastwood, 78 and still acting and directiong, I bet he's loving every minute of it.

Good for you, I sure don't.

GM said...

George Michael - Part 2 of Chris Cuomo's GMA interview

Why women love gays?

George Michael interview - part 2

Anonymous said...

^^^
I didn't know that George has a partner - from Texas!

March 7, 2008

George Michael And Kenny Goss Have Faith in the Class of 2008

The Goss-Michael Foundation has taken its scholarships statewide. International pop star and part-time Dallas resident, George Michael, and his partner, art collector and native Texan, Kenny Goss, have added a scholarship available to all Texas high school graduating seniors interested in pursuing a college education in visual arts.

This scholarship is in addition to the three* previously announced scholarships made available to graduating seniors in the Dallas Fort Worth area. Scholarship recipients are chosen based on their artistic and scholastic achievements, school and community participation and leadership.

The Goss-Michael Foundation exhibits Goss and Michael’s contemporary British art collection estimated at $200 million, and continues to support the next generation of emerging artists through scholarship opportunities such as The Goss-Michael Foundation Texas Art Scholarship. The scholarship recipient will not only benefit financially, they will also be featured on The Goss- Michael Foundation website and monthly newsletter, and will have one piece of their work displayed at the Foundation.

Anonymous said...

Aren't they married?, or as its officially known 'civil partnered'.

anyway they've been together for ages.

kenny goss article

Anonymous said...

anyway they've been together for ages.

You are right.

George Michael and Kenny Goss: A pop romance
...
Thousands of women beside themselves with absolute ecstasy, crying, laughing. I can't remember how many thousands of women it was, but I decided I couldn't cope with it at Earls Court. Why do you think it is that women love you so much? It's so obvious you're gay and always have been." I think silently of all the men who must have whispered slowly into the ears of their lady friends, "If you're gonna do it, do it right. Do it with me. Now listen... I'll be your boy, I'll be your man, I'll be the one that understands..." So I say to George: "Why do you think a lot a men dislike you so much?" He looks at me completely stony faced, 100 per cent dry. "Because they feel cheated." ... Now I realise why women adore George Michael so much. He simply has an incredible voice and the fact that he's gay makes him even more lovable.

Anonymous said...

I think silently of all the men who must have whispered slowly into the ears of their lady friends, "If you're gonna do it, do it right. Do it with me. Now listen... I'll be your boy, I'll be your man, I'll be the one that understands..."

Oh yeah, baby! ;)

Dlisted said...

OT

The mega dick bag known as Shia LaDouche was arrested on suspicion of felony DUI this morning in Hollywood. This wasn't just your regular DUI either. This dumb douche could have killed someone.

According to TMZ, Shia made an illegal left turn in front of a car at the intersection of La Brea and Fountain. This caused the other car to hit Shia at which point his car rolled. Or as Brit Brit would say "roled." Apparently, Shia was clearly drunk at the scene. The victim and Shia were both taken to the hospital. Shia seriously injured his hand and will need surgery. Hopefully, he didn't fuck up his jack off hand. Actually, it doesn't matter. He's not going to need his jack off hand in jail.

Shia's passenger suffered a minor head injury. The victim is currently being treated for minor injuries as well. Right now, the police are deciding whether or not to book him on felony DUI or misdemeanor DUI. Either way, he should be charged with being a first class FUCKTARD. Shia was arrested last year for being a drunken mess at a Walgreen's in Chicago. So Shia getting a DUI isn't much of a surprise. The thing is, I am trying to like Shia, but he's letting the gene known as "doucheness" take over.

UPDATE: Shia is one lucky douche. TMZ reports that he won't be charged with felony DUI, but he will be charged with misdemeanor DUI. He's currently in surgery having his left hand fixed. His female passenger and the male victim had minor injuries including bruises and shit.

there is said...

OT

Lord of the Rings and National Treasure star Sean Bean was released from a London jail on Friday where he was held overnight for allegedly assaulting his new bride. My precious!

Police arrested the 49-year-old actor at his north London home after receiving a phonecall from Bean's wife of four months, Georgina, who claimed he assaulted her during an argument. He was detained for several hours, released on bail and told no further action would be taken.

Ted said...

In case you missed it...

Truth, Lies and Ted - July 24

Anonymous said...

hey man! these outta control males really energize the old bra busting fantasies!

calm down, babies. It's alright. Its alright. Its alright.

Ted and Lisa said...

2008-07-26

Jake Visit - Thank You

...
We also noticed that on several communities some questions, concerns and issues were raised. We will post again addressing some of these things, while we don’t feel obliged to have to do this, we would like to maybe address some of the concerns and clarify some of the points raised. Our motivation for this is not to get into an endless debate with doubters or those who question what we did, but to make sure that no misrepresentations about what happened exist. We both feel that ourselves, Jake, Emily and anyone else involved in this encounter acted honestly and sincerely.

Thanks again for everything,

Cheers, Ted & Lisa

http://dontwanttosaygb.livejournal.com/10342.html

Anonymous said...

I loved their report of their meeting Jake, he seemed very gracious and nice. The only thing I would ask is did they happen to notice what kind of cologne he wears? ;) Sorry to be so kinky and shallow.

Anonymous said...

sorry but T and L's lunch with Jake was seriously comproimized by their roles as "fans" and "slash writers" and the fact that their contribution to the ACLU meant that they were not "free agents" - altho Ted actually "blew off" his committment to the ACLU.

it should have been a private and non-compromising charity event.

everybody was compromised, including the ACLU. Yuck! double yuck. these were not professinal journalists and the report was in itself "compromising" and not in JBG's interest.

as someone said earlier, everybody's getting their hands dirty on this one.

Anonymous said...

The only thing I would ask is did they happen to notice what kind of cologne he wears?

This one:

TEN - The Male Pheromone Fragrance

Anonymous said...

these were not professinal journalists
So what? Do you disregard ALL fan reports and sightings because fans can't be objective?

and the report was in itself "compromising" and not in JBG's interest
What wasn't in Jake's interest?

Anonymous said...

Well, I've decided I'm going to accept the report at face value - how could he not be affected by Heath's death, being so close to him. I'm affected and I'm only a fan - and to see Heath so beautiful and talented up on the screen in TDK is bittersweet.

Anonymous said...

sorry but T and L's lunch with Jake was seriously comproimized by their roles as "fans" and "slash writers"

Sorry, it is possible to be a fan, write slash and report what Jake said.

Anonymous said...

^^^ ... and report objectively what Jake said.

Anonymous said...

I have no doubt that Ted & Lisa pretty much reported their lunch accurately. They have taken everything Jake said at face value. While I'm not saying Jake lied, I do think that Jake already knew what his answers would be to their questions and how he would say those answers. This was a planned lunch, Jake had time to prepare himself for it. The enitre purpose of this lunch was to promote good PR for Jake. He got his chance to clear the air about Heath-as far as Jake is concerned-without have to give an official statement or be grilled by a professional interviewer. Proves Jake and/or his PR team does read all the blogs and comments about him.

Anonymous said...

"I mention the coincidence that both she and Jake worked opposite Heath in the two roles he'll probably be best remembered for (The Dark Knight and Brokeback Mountain). "You know, it's a pretty small community of people, you know, of our age, making movies," she says. "I don't think it's that unusual, I guess. It's unusual that both my brother and I do it."

I think it is kind of special that both starred with Heath in his two best known films. Siblings working as actors is not so special as Maggie says.

TDK said...

"The Dark Knight" continues to obliterate box office records, crossing the $300 million mark in just 10 days.

Warner Bros. head of distribution Dan Fellman said Sunday that the epic Batman saga grossed $75.6 million in its second weekend in theaters, pushing its domestic total to $314,245,000. That surpasses the record set in 2006 by "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest," which took 16 days to make $300 million.

The latest Batman installment had already broken records for best opening weekend at $158.4 million and best single-day with $66.4 million.

http://www.baynews9.com/content/45/2008/7/27/368678.html

Anonymous said...

I am so happy that TDK is obliterating all records! :)

Anonymous said...

I think it is kind of special that both starred with Heath in his two best known films. Siblings working as actors is not so special as Maggie says.

Read again, she said exactly the opposite.

Anonymous said...

regarding t and l luncheon - it was SO compromised by Lisa's besottment and Ted's personal perspective that it was worthless in terms of a commentary on Jake's views, and goals.

helpful for the ACLU yah for the six thousand dollar tax free donation, but in my view not helpful for Jake's PR. My opinion of Jake's "people" has gone way down, sorry to say.

Anonymous said...

4:25 PM / 5:47 PM

It's obvious that something from / about the report pissed you off, but you are a babbler or you don't have the balls to spill it out.

Anonymous said...

^ ^ ^

oh really!

Anonymous said...

It seems to me that many of you are disappointed in Jake. What could he do to change your opinion of him?

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Anonymous said...

6:46 PM

Yes, really.
4:25 PM / 5:47 PM is trying to discredit Ted, Lisa and their report without any arguments.

Anonymous said...

I think the babblers are pissed about the lunch since Jake did not mention Reese at all, nor did anyone else around him. This contradicts the "friends" who blab to US or OK that he talks about her all the time. Also, they did not leave the lunch saying uh huh, we can tell he's straight.

Anonymous said...

I've heard that Ted and Lisa left the lunch thinking Jake is gay.

Anonymous said...

You can be sure that before the lunch date, Ted and Lisa were given a list of items they could not discuss and I'm sure they had to sign waivers. Also, you can be sure that when Jake does promos for Brothers, his handlers will give the press the list of items Jake will not discuss-questions about Reese was not allowed on the Rendition promo tour and it probably won't be allowed on Brothers promo tour. If Jake answers questions about Reese he'd be pinned down. This way, no questions, no way to pin him down.
7:19PM, how did you hear that Ted & Lisa thought Jake was gay? What led them to that assumption?

Anonymous said...

It seems to me that many of you are disappointed in Jake. What could he do to change your opinion of him?

Nothing. I was stupid enough to believe Jake before but that isn't his fault.

Anonymous said...

I find it difficult to categorize fans who would spend that kind of money just to have lunch with Jake as objective. Obsessive is a more accurate term for them imo.

Anonymous said...

Jake didn't bring up any thing personal, the only time anything personal was bought up was when T & L bought up Heath ad when T mentioneed ACLU and his mother's participation in it, that's it. And i'm sure they were given a list of things that were off limits , Heath wasn't because he had a "answer" for them: yes he wen't to the memorial service, and yes when asked if he was Matilda's godfather, that's it.

Why would anyone around him bring up Reese during a 1 hour lunch anyway?They had lunch with him in late April, a few days later Reese made a on set visit, I suppose she would have come up if they were there during or after the visit.

Jake's reaction to ACLU was flippant, after Ted suggesting that he was involved because of his mother, which he agreed and he said that's why he is into acting.

Isn't he able to form opinions on his own?

T&L took 2 months to write their report, i'm familiar with T through BBM fandom and he didn't come away thinking he was gay, he had no opinion one way or another.

My feelings, and they are mine is that they were initially disappointed in the set visit and spent that time writing a specutalive report to ease and make some fans happy. They may have doen a disservice

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Anonymous said...

No matter what my personal feelings, I wouldn't ever ask Jake personal questions about Reese, Heath, his sexuality, ever. If he chose to bring it up, maybe, but as a stranger I wouldn't ever. I'd keep it strictly related to his work and myself as a fan of his work, and consider myself lucky to have the opportunity to meet him. There's plenty to talk about, I'm sure. If he decided to be flippant or a little less than serious in some of his answers, that's his prerogative. He did sound nice, and someone who isn't always entirely serious with some of his answers, but that's to be expected. You can't expect him to react the way he would with someone he's known for years, a fan is still a stranger to him, no matter how nice they appear. He'd have some reserve, and be a bit defensive probably, and that is to be expected.

He doesn't need to do anything to change my opinion of him. I adore him, as I always have. Personally, if I felt any disappointment, I realize now that it wasn't because of him, what he did or didn't do, it was because of the tragic loss of Heath, and nothing that could be done about it, except to lash out. I can't speak for anyone else, if I appeared to be judgemental, it was unfair of me, and unreasonable to expect him to talk about something that for him may be a private matter. :)

Anonymous said...

IMO Jake's "activism" stems from his parents, any thoughts/opinions he expressed were just echoing his parents. I also think he said/says things to please them or to make him look good. Not surprised that he didn't bring up ACLU during the lunch, what would he say about it? That it gave his mother an award 4 years ago? He never bothered to go further than say yes or no when talking about Heath leaving T&L to fill in the "gaps".

When talking about his upcoming projects he mentions the Namath bio, only because T bought it up even though at that time the whole set was buzzing about Pop because he told theNailed set he would be doing that next, T was surprised to hear he said yes to Pop after. Didn't bring up the Moon project either but he managed to mention another organization: J-Date: Jewish dating network.

Sorry, he came off as silly, and a bit of an airhead. Yes funny and kind and well mannered but he didn't add any thing interesting despite the spinning.

Anonymous said...

Jake did not bring up Reese either. The woman he is madly in love with, spends every minute with and never stops thinking about. Or at least that is what babblers and rags claim. Of course it's really because he does not think much about her at all, unless ordered to his PR photoshoot. Dont get me wrong, I still like the guy. I think he bit off more than he can chew and is in so deep now he cant get out, even if he wants to.

Steadman said...

Do you guys think Jake is trying to piss off his fans on purpose? He must knows that Reese rubs some of his fans the wrong way. Reese gets the brunt of the critism, there by protecting him.

Anonymous said...

9:28, I know where you're coming from, but I still think that he in many ways behaved disrespectful after Heath's death. It may not have been intentional, but somehow my opinion about him changed. I still wish him the best of luck for his career though, but a die hard fan I'm not anymore. As if he'd care. LOL.

Anonymous said...

Topics are off limits, like all throughout the Rendition PR, do you think his PR would let 2 fans ask when they won't let the press? And don't say he was in a different setting, and relaxed or something therefore free to talk. I read the acount, and it came across like a regular interview to me, go back and look at his other interviews and compare, he was prepped and ready, he knew what was coming just like interviews with the press. Even though they weren't there to interview him it came off that way.

And you shouldn't believe what you read in the rags about Jake or any celebrity, you are too old for that nonsense. Thee was no new insights in that encounter, just another performance from Jake and 2 members of the BBM fandom padding a 1 hour lunch into a 9 part fic, embellished. Odd you keep bringing up the babblers, i have to admit i lurk there on occasion and they linked to the LJ, many already read it and loved the account the day it was posted, some also know Ted and Lisa

9:54: I don't think he cares, the fans hated Kiki even worse.

Anonymous said...

... and report objectively what Jake said.

People, please take Ted and Lisa for what it is: a non-objective blog report about a publicity-driven lunch meeting. Written by amateur writers and hard-core fans. Until they release the tape transcripts -LOL- their report is only valid as their personal "impressions."

Anonymous said...

I remember that every time I heard someone say something about Heath, like DDL, Christian Bale, Shekhar Kapur, Chris Nolan, etc. I felt so much better, and I had wished I would hear something from Jake, but I can't know how it affected him. He might have felt so emotional about Heath's death, he couldn't discuss it publicly and have it broadcast all over the world to the nth degree like it would have been. There's no way to know. :'(

Anonymous said...

Terry Gilliam just revealed in a recent interview that not only were Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell heroic in stepping in to finish Heath's role in "The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus" but they did it for free--all donated their salaries to Heath's daughter, Matilda. Wow.
http://community.livejournal.com/ohnotheydidnt/26186130.html#cutid1

Anonymous said...

Wow. That is just amazing. Good for them. :* Just really good people.

actions speak louder than words said...

It reaffirms my usually shaky faith in human nature that people like Depp, Law, Farrell (and DDL, Bale, and others in statements) would support "druggie" Heath like this. Especially Depp & co, who actually gave time and effort. Respect.

And it truly saddens me that Jake is not, and will not be, part of this equation. You obsessed fans can excuse him all you want, but the fact remains that he let a colleague (I no longer say "friend") get trashed and never raised a hand to help.

So while I still enjoy following TT's escapades for the sheer silliness of it, it's not the same. Heath's death made parts of the story less than a farce, and I can't laugh about his tragic end. Jake could give a hundred "interviews" (snort) to nutty fans in which he answers leading questions about Heath as diplomatically as possible, and I still wouldn't see it as anything more than damage control.

To still enjoy Waiting for Toothy, I have to disconnect Jake "TT" Gyllenhaal from departed Heath. That's what Jake wants anyhow: no public connection. And in a way, he's right. The sad reality of Heath has no place in the hilarious closet case saga (ongoing) of Toothy Tile.

Anonymous said...

12.28 ITA.

Why do people think Jake tells the truth? What has he done for you to believe that? Simple question....

As for T&L they are fans, maybe they reported objectively, maybe they didn't but when you know that what comes out of Jake mouth is PR BS, does it really matter?

And how come he had to wait till some one won a 'chat' month 7 months later for him to say that he attended a memorial service? Cat got his tongue till then??

Anonymous said...

actions speak louder than words, ITA.

I no longer call myself a Jake fan either or a TT one for that matter, they're the same person after all aren't they, but I do find the lies and BS surrounding him entertaining which is the only reason I still follow him.

Anonymous said...

I find it difficult to categorize fans who would spend that kind of money just to have lunch with Jake as objective. Obsessive is a more accurate term for them imo.

They made the donation to the ACLU and had lunch with Jake. The best way to meet their hero!

Anonymous said...

Why do people think Jake tells the truth? What has he done for you to believe that? Simple question....

Jake doesn't lie all the time and doesn't lie about everything.

Anonymous said...

I find it difficult to categorize fans who would spend that kind of money just to have lunch with Jake as objective.

Fans are not objective by definition, but fans can objectively report what Jake said.

Anonymous said...

He never bothered to go further than say yes or no when talking about Heath leaving T&L to fill in the "gaps".

That's a lie. Why are you making that up?

Anonymous said...

Do you guys think Jake is trying to piss off his fans on purpose?

No. Reese is an easy, safe beard, part of the PR job.

Anonymous said...

Topics are off limits, like all throughout the Rendition PR, do you think his PR would let 2 fans ask when they won't let the press?

T and L: "At this point, Jake leant forward and asked, “Listen guys, I really appreciate what you did and you coming here. Do you guys have any other questions – anything else you want to know?”"

Anonymous said...

T&L are ful of it, do you actually believe he said that? Yeah I read it and they embellished IMO.

And of course they said we didn't want to ask any personal questions. so they let it go. Yeah, right. They tied to polish his tarnished rep with Brokies, i was a waste. It took them 2 monthhs to write that, you figure it out.

Anonymous said...

Depp, Law and Farrell proved to be really cool guys.

Anonymous said...

...do you actually believe he said that?
Why not?

And of course they said we didn't want to ask any personal questions.
Ted and Lisa are good mannered people.

Anonymous said...

Yeah and Jacob sensed that they were good mannered, that's why he asked if there are anymore questions knowing they wouldn't ask.

Anonymous said...

Terry Gilliam just revealed in a recent interview that not only were Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell heroic in stepping in to finish Heath's role in "The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus" but they did it for free--all donated their salaries to Heath's daughter, Matilda. Wow.

Terry Gilliam calls Johnny, Jude and Colin "totally heroic" for finishing Heath's film free

Director Terry Gilliam, now in post-production on THE IMAGINARIUM OF DOCTOR PARNASSUS, Heath Ledger's final film, was interviewed recently at the Ischia Film Festival. Gilliam had high praise for Ledger, calling him "a genius." He also complimented the three actors--Johnny Depp, Jude Law, and Colin Farrell--who stepped in to complete Ledger's role in PARNASSUS after his untimely death last January. The interview was done a few days ago. Included are rare pictures of Heath taken 3 days before is death.

TERRY GILLIAM: The great thing about it is that when Heath died, and we have a character that wasn't finished in the movie, those three actors [Johnny Depp, Jude Law, and Colin Farrell] came along and saved the day. And so the character is now basically four actors creating one character. And that's . . . it's very interesting, and maybe even more interesting than it would have been with one actor going all the way through. I'm still not the best judge, because I have in my head what the film was going to be with Heath all the way through, and now there's a different film there. But all I know is, it's very funny.

Gilliam sounded proud of his film and genuinely awed by the generosity of the actors who came forward to save the picture and ensure its completion. Despite their high profiles, Depp, Law, and Farrell took no compensation for their work; instead, they donated their salaries to Heath Ledger's two-year-old daughter, Matilda:

TERRY GILLIAM: The three actors were totally heroic coming in. This doesn't happen very often . . . where there's a tragedy like this, and very famous, very successful actors suddenly say, "Okay, we'll do whatever it takes to help." They came; they did the work; they allowed the movie to be finished; they didn't take money--the money goes to Heath's daughter. That's extraordinary! And wonderful . . . and when you're part of that, you think, "Ah, this is maybe why I went into the movies, in the beginning. I thought it would be full of wonderful people. And in our case, we've got a movie full of wonderful people, who did extraordinary things to help.

you can hear the full inteview HERE; click on the button that says "Interviews" in the upper right, and then select "Interview Terry Gilliam."

http://www.ischiaglobal-channel.com/index.php

ONTD - Terry Gilliam calls Johnny, Jude and Colin "totally heroic" for finishing Heath's film free

Anonymous said...

Yeah and Jacob sensed that they were good mannered, that's why he asked if there are anymore questions knowing they wouldn't ask.

But Ted and Lisa DID ask - they asked Jake about attending Heath's memorial.

Anonymous said...

^ And he lied.

Anonymous said...

According to the gossip mags, "friends of the couple" are always quoted as saying how Reeke is so in love, Jake can't stop talking about her, they can't bear to be apart, etc. So, I find it hard to believe that for the entire lunch, Jake never mentioned Reese once, and that Ted & Lisa never asked one question about her. They ask about Heath and not about Reese? Totally BS.

bluebird said...

Why does everyone here dislike Jake so much?

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Anonymous said...

"Why does everyone here dislike Jake so much?"

Just because you critisize someone sometimes doesn't mean you hate them.

Anonymous said...

Can't speak for anybody else, but I don't dislike Jake. I think it's more disappointment. I always thought Jake was an easy going, friendly, family oriented, loyal friend and slightly geeky (which made him even more adorable)guy. Ever since hooking up with Reese, he seems to have lost all these traits. It's like he's stopped socializing with everybody else, just Reese all the time. Don't know if Jake's gay, but his body language with Reese screams not lovers. I think he's bearding with her and it's sad that he feels he can't be himself-he has to pretend a relationship with a woman. I hold the hope that someday, he'll come clean about himself.

Anonymous said...

"They came; they did the work; they allowed the movie to be finished; they didn't take money--the money goes to Heath's daughter."

What wonderful, true gentlemen Johnny Depp, Jude Law, and Colin Farrell are. They're all dads of young kids, too. I'm sure that influenced them.

Anonymous said...

They made the donation to the ACLU and had lunch with Jake. The best way to meet their hero!

Bet they would have given the money no matter what the cause. I still don't see how so-called objective adults would spend that type of money just to meet Jake. I think people really believe that Jake is Jack and just can't get past it. No wonder Jake doesn't care if he loses some of these fans. It's creepy in a way. No way he would ever share anything personal about himself with these people. The guy's an actor and his best act is being Mr. nice guy and the boy next door. That's one act he has down pat.

Anonymous said...

4:05 A.M.,

How do you distinguish one lie from another.?( anyone remember the Rendition promotion.)? He appears to avoid the press and really has'nt spoken publicly since that farce. The *luncheon* sounds like just more obvious PR tactics. He 's lied so much , it's too hard to beleive anything Jake says anymore. Bearding in itself is a lie and he's living it. No one likes or trusts a liar.

Stop trying to insult our intelligence by making excuses for him. Everything's one big secret with this guy. Choosing to let his life become tabloid fodder, does he really expect fans or the general public to take him seriously as an actor?
He's so in love with Reese? Ive yet to hear him say it., attended a Heath memorial? I still doubt it., which one? yet I'm interested to know how this whole mess will play out. Mr. Jake "photo-op" Gyllenhaal. Walkin the walk, but not talkin the talk.

Ted C. sounds like he's daring Jakey with a threat with proof to back it up. I think Ted has pics or some hard evidence that "bud" is'nt what he appears to be. Something to hang over *phoneyspoon's* head that will blow this thing sky high.

Anonymous said...

but I do find the lies and BS surrounding him entertaining which is the only reason I still follow him.

ITA.

Anonymous said...

All that lunch interview proved to me was just how much Jake and his PR keeps track of what is written about him on the internet.

Anonymous said...

Ted C. sounds like he's daring Jakey with a threat with proof to back it up. I think Ted has pics or some hard evidence that "bud" is'nt what he appears to be. Something to hang over *phoneyspoon's* head that will blow this thing sky high.

Even if Ted had any proof I'm sure it would get the same treatment as the Travolta and the Kevin Spacey pics. It'd make some waves on a few blogs and forums and that’s it. Ted is too small to be a real threat to Reeke, that’s why Jake is not afraid of him and even uses him to keep his gay fanbase interested.

Look, there's no doubt in my mind that Jake's gay but you give Ted way too much credit, his TT BI aren’t what they used to be, he lost a lot of credibility. People don’t care much anymore about TT except us, OMG and the babblers.

bluebird said...

"I always thought Jake was an easy going, friendly, family oriented, loyal friend and slightly geeky (which made him even more adorable)guy. Ever since hooking up with Reese, he seems to have lost all these traits. It's like he's stopped socializing with everybody else, just Reese all the time."


Well, take out your guns and kill me, but I think they're a couple. People are saying him and Reese are faking it. Was Kirsten a "beard" too? For more than two years? It's been years of rumours and there's no evidence at all. Don't start me with Austin pictures.

But, whatever. I just want to point out that Jake's grown up. There comes a moment when being goofy, geeky and adorable is just not enough anymore.I know, I'm a couple of days younger than him. Eventually, you start thinking about family, kids, settling down, responsibilities. It's a natural process. It's not Reese's fault. It's Jake. Although I am concerned a little that there have been no pistures of him with friends and family for a really long time. He used to hang out with a lot of people. But I think it's been his choice. I can't imagine everyone turning away from him for some reason. I also can't imagine Reese wanting him to end all his relationships with other people. It's ridiculous. Why? I think he's been going through "I'm madly in love, I need only you" phase and it's going to end soon. But if children come along he'll be busy again.

Lisa and Ted's encounter, however very nice, wasn't the type of encounter I would have enjoyed with Jake. They basically bought his time. He also had every right not to be completely honest with them, because they were complete strangers. Do you bare your soul to the people you met 30 minutes ago? His sexuality, his relationship with Heath (which some people totally mistaken for Jack and Ennis relationship), his choices in life- how can anyone find the answers to these questions in an hour? These are deeply intimate things. Of course, he was nice, being nice is his job. He's paid for being nice and flashing professional smiles. He's mastered this to perfection.

To sum up: I hate that everyone claims to have taken a look right into his soul. The ongoing war between Reese-haters and Reese-lovers (believe me, I don't read Gyllenbabble),the arguments,the whole "his reaction after Heath's death" debate- and no one knows the truth. We just can't.

Anonymous said...

So, I find it hard to believe that for the entire lunch, Jake never mentioned Reese once, and that Ted & Lisa never asked one question about her.

Nonsense.

Why would Jake mention his beard? Ted and Lisa are Jake, Heath and BBM fans; they don't care about Reese and they are adults who know that some things are (too) personal.

Anonymous said...

I think he's been going through "I'm madly in love, I need only you" phase and it's going to end soon.

We have seen Jake with different girls and men, tons of pictures.
If you compare them to Reeke pictures it's easy to see that there is no relationship, not even true friendship between them.

P.S. Jake still hugs his manager and PAs, he's not "too old" to be affectionate.

Anonymous said...

According to the gossip mags, "friends of the couple" are always quoted as saying how Reeke is so in love, Jake can't stop talking about her, they can't bear to be apart, etc.

LOL
Believing tabloid crap is YOUR problem.

Anonymous said...

4:05 A.M., How do you distinguish one lie from another?( anyone remember the Rendition promotion.)?
Not possible. All we can do is compare his words to his actions and decide whether we believe Jake or not.

He 's lied so much , it's too hard to beleive anything Jake says anymore. Bearding in itself is a lie and he's living it. No one likes or trusts a liar.
ITA

bluebird said...

OK,anon 9:16, enlighten me, please. What kind of body language do you want from Jake and Reese? Constantly smooching in public? Her hand going underneath his shirt? Him pinning her to the car? Excuse me for my bedroom talk, but I don't get it.I mean, what do you want from them? She's 32, he's 27, do you think they'd behave like a couple of 14-year old horny school kids in public? What they do in their bedrooms, hotel suites is what we never see. By the way, remember the plane story? Here you have your "horny and completely out of control" Jake and Reese. If all your evidence that Jake and Reese are bearding is based on so called "body language", it doesn't make any sense. Different couples have different dynamics and while some are comfortable with exposing their feelings in public, some may be more restraint.The latest are usually the ones who go crazy when no one sees them.

9:16 AM said...

9:36 AM

Sorry, I'm not going to waste my time on something we discussed 1.768 times before. Read previous posts if you are interested.

Anonymous said...

If all your evidence that Jake and Reese are bearding is based on so called "body language", it doesn't make any sense.

LOL

Anonymous said...

Babblers, go away. We are not amused.

Anonymous said...

"In the wake of his big, possibly violent fight with his mom and sister, everyone's trying to figure out what ever happened to Christian Bale. The Daily Mail notes that after Bale became the family breadwinner at 13, his father tried to make him into a Hollywood star while Mom advocated a normal childhood in Britain. Also, he's been angry all the time since forever. The Post passes along the news that he hates press tours and is known as "robo-actor" because of his "steely focus."

Tabloids Probe Bale's "Deeply Troubled" Childhood

big mouth said...

Mike Jones: Larry Craig 'Ate My Butt'

New pressing details have emerged in the Larry Craig saga you may (or may not) want to hear.

Mike Jones, who as you remember, also said he counted Larry Craig as one of his clients along with Ted Haggard, appeared on Michelangelo Signorile's Sirius show, and Signorile has released a previously unaired version of the show. Jones: "Well one of the other things he liked to do was, uh, he ate my butt. Yep. I'll tell you what. I think the Statesman knew that but they chose to, they were kind of... He did it first, and then he performed oral sex on me while he got off."

Craig is a proud sponsor of the Marriage Protection Amendment.

http://www.towleroad.com/2008/07/mike-jones-larr.html

Anonymous said...

I think the babblers are pissed about the lunch since Jake did not mention Reese at all, nor did anyone else around him.

You are right, babblers are even suggesting Ted and Lisa didn't mention the beard on purpose.

Unfuckingbelievable.

Ouch! said...

By the way, remember the plane story? Here you have your "horny and completely out of control" Jake and Reese.

Bluebird / 8:34 AM / 9:36 AM,

You just lost all your credibility!
ROFLMAO

Anonymous said...

Why is it always "a friend", a source, a "friend close to the couple" saying these things? and never the couple themselves.? It's all photos in rags.

This so-called *romance* has been going on for some time now. Reese has givin interviews in Marie Claire, and other cover stories in mags and not mentioned Jake at all. This is so weird. If they're as hot and heavy as these people profess them to be, then what's with the being hesitant about speaking about their *romance*? Why allow someone else to tell your story? If they want to be believed as a "couple" for real then Reese or Jake themselves have to set the record straight. As it looks now, he seems clingy, dependent and wimpy. She seems controlling and insecure.following him from movie set to movie set etc.. Their *committment* seems fake and orchestrated and both are showing wear and tear.. I'm stunned at how low Jake has sunk. The whole thing lacks dignity and maturity. This is not how real "grown-ups" behave imo..They should both grow up and stop acting like a coupla idiots.

Anonymous said...

TERRY GILLIAM: The three actors were totally heroic coming in. This doesn't happen very often . . . where there's a tragedy like this, and very famous, very successful actors suddenly say, "Okay, we'll do whatever it takes to help." They came; they did the work; they allowed the movie to be finished; they didn't take money--the money goes to Heath's daughter.

Awww... Thank God for some good news.

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Anonymous said...

Never heard of "Prince of Persia" video game. If he's "maturing", he should seek out mature, dramatic roles with a good director. Ang made him A-list, but he squandered that title long time ago. Prove his range as a serious actor...if he has any. I don't know if people are gonna buy Jake Gyllenhaal as a British speaking Persian. Disney or no Disney. Not in this economy babe.

Anonymous said...

Brothers is a family drama (serious, mature), Nailed sounds like a crazy political comedy, PoP is a CGI action-adventure.

Very different movies and roles, it will be interesting to see how good Jake's going to be.

Anonymous said...

So nice of Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell to give their salaries from Dr. Parnassus to Heath's daughter. It's like a tradition, when one of their own passes away. What great guys! :*

Anonymous said...

I find it hard to believe that for the entire lunch, Jake never mentioned Reese once, and that Ted & Lisa never asked one question about her. They ask about Heath and not about Reese? Totally BS.

ITA. Ted&Lisa are slash fantasists. 'Nuff said.

As for Jake, when he talks to Diane Sawyer about Heath, I might believe 5% of what he says. Otherwise, nada.

On Reese, Jake is sooo mixed up. On the one hand, he's taking as his role model Gwyneth Paltrow, who would never talk about Chris M to the press and avoids even being seen with him. Because it cheapens their love, you see. True love has no need of PR validation.
On the other hand, Jake is channeling Tom Cruise by being involved in the most incredibly blatant SET-UP PR photo ops to show his True Love. Rome and Paris have even the pap agencies themselves laughing.

It's all so funny!

Anonymous said...

Brothers is a family drama (serious, mature), Nailed sounds like a crazy political comedy, PoP is a CGI action-adventure.

Very different movies and roles, it will be interesting to see how good Jake's going to be.


In all 3 of them, he will play a sincere, conflicted, good-looking young man with a semi-dark side.

It's a role he knows very well.

Anonymous said...

Ted&Lisa are slash fantasists. 'Nuff said.

Huh? Sorry, you are not making any sense.

Anonymous said...

Ted writes "Brokeback Mountain Fanfic."

What is not clear?

Anonymous said...

Ted writes "Brokeback Mountain Fanfic."

Exactly.

That is easy to understand reason why Ted "asked about Heath and not about Reese".

Anonymous said...

Their time with Jake was precious, no reason to waste it on Reese.

Anonymous said...

From first encounter, Ted strangely puts on a false voice. . .

He lost me at "hello" . . .

"Ted walked one step towards him and said, “Hello, Jake,” in a rather put on deep, relaxed voice and Jake responded, “Hello, Ted,” and then the normal greetings ensued. . . "

Anonymous said...

"Jake Gyllenhaal starring as serial killer Earl in "Massacre"."

Jake will play a sincere, conflicted, good-looking young man with a semi-dark side.

Anonymous said...

I think they could change writing modes to more factual reporting without too much trouble, they must made it into something more readable. I think I'd be lost at hello too. I'd plan the questions I would ask, write them down, just in case I got nervous and my mind went blank, which would be entirely possible! I'm sure Jake would be careful with what was asked of him, that would be natural, doesn't make him insincere. I wouldn't ask him personal questions, unless he brought them up himself, and would check with him if I planned to publish his responses on a LJ. What's wrong with that?

slash lunch said...

Well you had me from "Hello"
I felt love start to grow
The moment that I looked into your eyes, you won me
It was over from the start
You completely stole my heart
And now you won't let go
I never even had a chance you know
You had me from "Hello"

Anonymous said...

What's wrong with that?

Nothing.

There is nothing wrong with Ted and Lisa, there is nothing wrong with their report.

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