Since you’ve pigged out on Thanksgiving supper, look at this stunning picture of Jake Gyllenhaal, the initially discharged from his boxer part in Southpaw.
Executive Antoine Fuqua made a guarantee to us a month ago that we wouldn’t perceive Gyllenhaal in the part, due out in 2015. Also that is no falsehood. Gyllenhaal is a tore monster and has plainly gotten hammered.
Gyllenhaal plays Billy “The Great” Hope, a boxer large and in charge until a grievous mishap leaves his wife dead and sends him into a descending winding. He in the end discovers a previous boxer Tick, played by Forest Whitaker, who takes him under his wing “so long as he consents to his strict ethos.”
That is one genuine ethos. Particularly noteworthy considering where Gyllenhaal originated from in Nightcrawler, a part in which he lost 30 pounds to depict a guile news cameraman.
Southpaw is the flip side of the range. The business site Deadline, which broke the picture Friday, said the part would likely place Gyllenhaal in the same association as Robert De Niro in Raging Bull and Denzel Washington in The Hurricane.