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Jake Gyllenhaal & Ansel Elgort Will Star As Brothers In 'Finest Kind'

Jake Gyllenhaal and Ansel Elgort have teamed up for the upcoming crime thriller Finest Kind!

The two guys will star as a brother duo, and will also be joined by Zendaya, according to Variety.

Finest Kind is about “two brothers who strike a dangerous deal with a crime syndicate that draws them into the Boston underworld. As pressures mount, sacrifices must be made and bonds — between brother and brother and between father and sons — put to the test.”

No word yet on Zendaya‘s role in the film, or when it will be released.

Jake Gyllenhaal & Carey Mulligan Premiere 'Wildlife' at Sundance 2018

Jake Gyllenhaal looks handsome as he hits the premiere of his new movie Wildlife during the 2018 Sundance Film Festival on Saturday (January 20) at the Eccles Center Theatre in Park City, Utah.

The 37-year-old actor was joined at the premiere by his co-star Carey Mulligan and director Paul Dano.

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marks the directorial debut for Paul, which he and girlfriend Zoe Kazan co-wrote.

The film is set in the 1960s and follows “a boy who witnesses his parents’ marriage falling apart after his mom finds another man,” according to Variety and will be released later this year.

FYI: Zoe is wearing The Frye Company boots.

10+ pictures inside of the stars arriving at the premiere…More Here! »

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Jake Gyllenhaal Set To Play Art Critic In Upcoming Netflix Film!

Jake Gyllenhaal will play an art critic in an upcoming Netflix film!

“He plays an art critic in a revealing look at the art market in LA that involves billionaire collectors, gallerists, auctions and sales. He plays the critic and he’s busy doing research,” according to PageSix.

The untitled art-world film for Netflix will re-team Jake with his Nightcrawler co-star Rene Russo and director Dan Gilroy.

Pictured: Jake all suited up while attending the 2017 UNICEF Snowflake Ball held at Cipriani Wall Street on Tuesday (November 28) in New York City.

Also in attendance were Harry Connick Jr., Erich Bergen, Anna Wintour, and honorees Carol Hamilton and five-time Special Olympic medal-winning swimmer Lucy Meyer.

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Jake Gyllenhaal Supports 'Mudbound' Cast at NYC Screening!

Jake Gyllenhaal poses for a photo with Carey Mulligan at a special screening and reception for her Netflix movie Mudbound on Tuesday (November 28) at Bistro Milano in New York City.

Also in attendance at the event were Carey‘s co-stars Garrett Hedlund, Mary J. Blige, Jason Clarke, and Jason Mitchell, as well as writer/director Dee Rees.

Throughout awards season, something that big stars often do is host events to support the films they loved the most and it’s clear that Jake is throwing his support behind Mudbound!

Go watch the movie now on Netflix.

FYI: Carey is wearing a Diane von Furstenberg dress.

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Jake Gyllenhaal & Margot Robbie Open Up About Separating Fame From Their Personal Lives

Jake Gyllenhaal and Margot Robbie are on the cover of Variety‘s Actors On Actors issue, out on newsstands now.

Here’s what the 36-year-old and 27-year-old actors had to say:

Margot on playing Tonya Harding in I, Tonya: “I actually wanted to keep a bit of distance. I knew that if I met her and liked her, I would never play this character properly. I would be sugarcoating her flaws; I’d be trying to justify the bad things that she may do or say in a situation. And I didn’t want to do that. So there was the character of Tonya, and then there was the person [whose story] I’m telling, and there’s the responsibility to do their story justice. It’s a weird thing to try and make something entertaining. And entertaining doesn’t always mean funny or happy.”

Margot on separating fame from her personal life: “It’s bittersweet living outside of Australia, because I miss everyone so much, but the fact that they are so removed from it helps me keep my life and my work separate – even though they are intrinsically linked, because all I want to do is work all the time. But becoming famous at [Tonya's] age without a support network around her, and without a clear distinction, I think would have been incredibly difficult.”

Jake on playing Jeff Bauman in Stronger and dealing with fame: ” I think that’s true. I learned from Jeff that he didn’t ask for those things – he didn’t ask for the attention and to become that thing, but he has slowly evolved into being able to hold that idea for people.”

For more from Jake and Margot, head to Variety.com.

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