In Theatres: Jake Gyllenhaal in Nightcrawler; Maps to the Stars; Before I Go to Sleep (VIDEO)

Gyllenhaal plays a hungry, morally questionable cameraman and ambulance chaser in the noir film 'Nightcrawler'

Jake Gyllenhaal stars as an obsessive late-night cameraman and videographer in the much-anticipated noir film 'Nightcrawler'.



New in theatres this weekend:

 

  • Jake Gyllenhaal stars as an obsessive late-night cameraman and videographer in the much-anticipated noir film Nightcrawler.
  • Maps to the Stars is a Canadian-American satirical film starring Julianne Moore, John Cusack, Robert Pattinson, and Mia Wasikowska, and directed by David Cronenberg. The film documents the lives of eight former child stars, still living and surviving in Los Angeles.
  • Before I Go to Sleep is a mystery thriller starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth, based off a 2011 novel written by Rowan Joffe.

 

VIDEO: Jake Gyllenhaal on CBC’s Q Radio, talking his role in Nightcrawler while visiting Toronto (TIFF)

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