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    WATCH: Jake Gyllenhaal Sees Double in Creepy New Trailer for 'Enemy'

    A new trailer has arrived for "Prisoners" director Denis Villenueve's other thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal, "Enemy" -- or in this case, make that Jake Gyllenhaal times two.

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    Watch: Jake Gyllenhaal Tracks Down His Doppelganger In The Trailer For Denis Villeneuve's Thriller 'Enemy'

    Teaming up once more with his "Prisoners" director Denis Villeneuve, Jake Gyllenhaal takes on another riveting suspense thriller entitled "Enemy." The film premiered alongside "Prisoners" at last year's Toronto International Film Festival and looks to be as enthralling, if more abstract, a collabora...

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    Watch: Haunting First Trailer For Denis Villeneuve's Creepy Psychothriller 'Enemy' Starring Jake Gyllenhaal

    How much do we like "Enemy"? Well, you can read our praise right on the top of the new poster for the Denis Villeneuve-directed, Jake Gyllenhaal-starring thriller, or just pop on over and check out our A-grade review. Either way, if you've been reading the site, you know this one we've been blowing ...

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    Famed Cinematographer Roger Deakins Talks Coens, Storytelling, 'Prisoners'

    I spoke to British cinematographer Roger Deakins via Skype while he was filming Angelina Jolie's challenging new film "Unbroken" on the water in New Zealand. Deakins, who often collaborates with the Coen brothers, is a go-to cinematographer for many filmmakers and is revered by actors because he put...

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    Why Paul Dano Will Never Be a (Run-of-the-Mill) Movie Star

    Many young, successful actors dance into the bright lights of fame as if were the path to the after life, but Paul Dano keeps slinking around it.

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    Jake Gyllenhaal Explains His Move to the Dark Side and Reason for His 'Prisoners' Twitch at Awards Lunch

    Sporting a bandaged left hand following an injury on the set of the upcoming crime thriller "Nightcrawler," Jake Gyllenhaal was all smiles as he charmed guests at Warner Bros.' luncheon in honor of their potential Oscar-contender "Prisoners" last Friday in New York.

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    WATCH: 'Prisoners' Director Denis Villeneuve Talks with NY Times Anatomy of a Scene

    Check out this insightful "Anatomy of a Scene" video feature for the NY Times, where Canadian director Denis Villeneuve talks a pivotal scene from the upcoming crime thriller "Prisoners," out this Friday.

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    Podcast: The Playlist Discusses The Festival Films Of Venice, Telluride & Toronto 2013

    ...and the podcast is back. On this latest episode, host (yours truly) and contributor Erik McClanahan is joined by Editor-In-Chief Rodrigo Perez, Managing Editor Kevin Jagernauth and breaking his podcast duck, our British correspondent and writer Oliver Lyttelton, to talk festivals, specifically th...

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    Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal In Surprising 'Prisoners'

    Denis Villeneuve's Prisoners sounds cookie-cutter conventional, and in fact there is nothing fresh in the concept: two little girls are abducted, and the father of one of them goes after a suspect the police have released. The clock is ticking ... and other cliches we've heard way too many times...

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    Denis Villeneuve on Seeing 'Enemy' For the First Time at TIFF and Pushing Hugh Jackman to the Limit in 'Prisoners'

    After doing Canada proud by earning a Best Foreign Language Film Oscar nomination for his 2010 thriller "Incendies," Quebequois filmmaker Denis Villeneuve returns to the Toronto International Film Festival with not one but two new features, both starring his new muse and bud, Jake Gyllenhaal.

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