Jake Gyllenhaal Says He 'Hopes to Be a Father One Day'
"And about, for my character, someone whos just about to become a father and also he goes back into his relationship with his own father and the passing of his father and how that makes him feel, becoming a father." "I do hope to be a father one day." Also during his Sunday Today interview, Gyllenhaal discusses his career-making role in the 2005 film Brokeback Mountain, which he co-starred in alongside the late Heath Ledger. In a 2015 interview with NPR, Gyllenhaal opened up about missing Ledger, who died in 2008 at age 29 of an accidental overdose. RELATED CONTENT:Kelly Ripa Jokingly Says She Has Mark Consuelos' Blessing to Marry Jake GyllenhaalJake Gyllenhaal Does His Best Tom Holland Impersonation During Hilarious Game of 'First Impressions'Jake Gyllenhaal, Tom Holland and Zendaya Bring 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' to Children's Hospital
Kelly Ripa Jokingly Says She Has Mark Consuelos' Blessing to Marry Jake Gyllenhaal
Looks like someone thinks Jake Gyllenhaal is better suited for Kelly Ripa. On Friday's Live With Kelly and Ryan, Ripa told The Spider-Man: Far From Home star that a fan had sent her a letter that suggested she leave her husband, Mark Consuelos, and marry him. Youre in this, so brace yourself," Ripa, 48, told Gyllenhaal, 38, before reading the letter out loud. "Dear Kelly Ripa, you should divorce your husband, Mark Consuelos, and marry Jake Gyllenhaal. RELATED CONTENT:Kelly Ripa Shares Throwback Photo From Honeymoon With 'Baby Face' Mark ConsuelosKelly Ripa Shares Sexy Shirtless Pic of Mark Consuelos and Lisa Rinna Is Here for ItKelly Ripa's Flashback Photo of Mark Consuelos Proves He Hasn't Aged
Tom Holland Surprises Kids in Hospital as Spider-Man
These kids got the surprise of a lifetime when they were visited by the heroes of "Spider-Man: Far From Home." Tom Holland, Zendaya and Jake Gyllenhaal stopped by the Children's Hospital Los Angeles last week, with Holland in his spidey suit and Gyllenhaal in his dark armor and cape as Mysterio. "I love you," one little boy told Holland, "and that you shoot webs." I actually used all my webs on the way over here.The kids also got a special screening of the new movie, which opened in theaters on Tuesday. RELATED STORIES'Spider-Man' Tom Holland Rescues Fan Being Crushed Outside 'Late Show'French Spider-Man Climbs 47-Story Building in Philippines'Spider-Man' Breaks Into Police Station and Falls Asleep in Ceiling Duct While High on Meth: Cops
'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Review: Your Friendly Post-'Endgame' Euro Trip
Far From Home tackles both head on, with delightful irreverence and a little Whitney Houston. (Regarding the former, yeah, it's convenient that the handful of Peter's classmates we care about were all blipped up.) It's a different flavor than Peter and Tony, than Fury and any of the other Avengers. Far From Home sticks the landing, and that might be the most important thing it needed to do after an utter behemoth like Endgame. Zendaya Says She's Having a 'Pinch Me' Moment at 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Premiere (Exclusive)Tom Holland Dishes on His Favorite Marvel Bromance at 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Premiere (Exclusive)
Jake Gyllenhaal Adorably Reflects on How His Sister Maggie Inspired Him to Act (Exclusive)
Jake Gyllenhaal is an Oscar nominated actor, a Broadway performer, a bonafide A-list movie star, and he says he owes a lot of it to his older sister. The handsome leading man walked the red carpet at the world premiere of his new film, Spider-Man: Far From Home, at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on Wednesday. When asked about what inspired him to become an actor in the first place, the 38-year-old star credited his 41-year-old sister, Maggie Gyllenhaal. "Ever since I saw my sister act I saw her on stage and thought, 'That looks like a whole lot of fun," Gyllenhaal reflected. Spider-Man: Far From Home swings into theaters July 2.
Preview: Jake Gyllenhaal talks new movie "Southpaw"
Gyllenhaal, who plays boxer Billy "The Great" Hope, tells Gayle King why some of the scenes in the film are tougher to watch. He also shares how he prepared physically and mentally for the role. Watch the full story Thursday on "CBS This Morning."cbsnews.com