Jake Gyllenhaal is in talks to appear in Guy Ritchie’s new movie.
The 40-year-old actor will appear in the latest film directed by “Snatch”, both written and directed by Miramax and Guy.
Little is known about this film, with the exception of following Guy’s usual filmmaking style. According to insiders, this photo will be taken at the end of the year and will be Jake’s next project.
The star of “Donnie Darko” recently appeared in the superhero movie “A Prophet” and plays the main character.
The film is directed by Sam Hargrave, the Helmer of “Extraction,” and is based on the Image comic of Rob Liefeld, the creator of “Deadpool.”
It revolves around the character of John Prophet, a man who gains superhuman powers after undergoing scientific experiments by Germans during World War II.
Marc Guggenheim is writing a script for the adaptation of comic books. Jeff Robinov and John Graham of Studio 8 co-star with Leefeld, Adrian Ascarie and Brooklyn Weaver of Prime Universe Films.
Robinov, CEO of Studio 8, said: “Our goal was to work with Jake and Sam. We are very excited to finally collaborate on this unique, action-packed genre of film.
“I’m looking forward to what they’re imagining to bring this story to life. It stands out in the comics world as a powerful, emotional, and visually distinctive film. I’m sure there is. “
Jake recently starred in Antoine Fuqua’s “Guilty” and explained how he was “trapped” because he had to sit in a chair while filming.
Jake, who plays the role of Joe Baylor, the 911 call operator in the movie, said: In a chair.
“Every time I want to move, I’m a very physical person, a very full-body actor, a chair, and what I have to express is that as we get deeper and deeper into the story, I I ended up doing a lot of things.
“Quietness is one thing, and then being trapped is another, and it elicits a lot of emotions to me and reveals a lot about this character as well.”