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End Of Watch stars Academy Award® nominee Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña as young Los Angeles police officers Taylor and Zavala as they patrol the city's meanest streets of south central Los Angeles. The film creates a riveting portrait of the city's most dangerous corners, the cops who risk their lives there every day, and the price they and their families are forced to pay.
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5 Times Jake Gyllenhaal Should Have Been Nominated For An Oscar 5 Times Jake Gyllenhaal Should Have Been Nominated For An Oscar
Jake Gyllenhaal is somehow still yet to receive an Oscar nomination despite having put in at least half a dozen stellar performances. But which were the biggest oversights by the Academy?

5 Times Jake Gyllenhaal Should Have Been Nominated For An Oscar

The 10 Best On-Screen Couples Of 2012 The 10 Best On-Screen Couples Of 2012
As we put a cap on the cinematic year, we wanted to go back and single out the duos who turned our heads with combustible on-screen chemistry. We admit to cheating in at least one selection, and we admit an over-reliance on the Hollywood “bromance.” But we think it’s a great list.

The 10 Best On-Screen Couples Of 2012

The Top 10 Movies Of 2012: Eric's List The Top 10 Movies Of 2012: Eric's List
Many consider 1982 to be one of the greatest years in movie history. With titles like E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Blade Runner, The Thing, Poltergeist, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, and many other influential, revolutionary, unforgettable movies, it’s a year that will always be remembered as a landmark in pop culture history. And now 30 years later we have a year that could very well end up being remembered the same way.

The Top 10 Movies Of 2012: Eric's List

End Of Watch To Return To Theaters Next Week End Of Watch To Return To Theaters Next Week
David Ayer's End of Watch is one of the best films to come out in 2012, and while many amazing movies tend to be ignored theatrically, the cop drama also happened to do well at the box office. Made for pennies - with a miniscule budget of only $7 million - the movie opened at number one during its opening weekend, pulling in $13 million, and by the end of its run it made over $40 million globally.

End Of Watch To Return To Theaters Next Week

End Of Watch Is Working Its Way On To Blu-ray In January End Of Watch Is Working Its Way On To Blu-ray In January
End of Watch follows Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña as two LAPD officers working in one of the most dangerous areas of Los Angeles. Unlike your average procedural, the flick really jumps in and delves into the lives of police officers working on the streets. If you missed it, you’ll be able to catch the film just after the holidays. Universal Studios Home Entertainment is bringing the film to Blu-ray, DVD, and digital download on January 22.

End Of Watch Is Working Its Way On To Blu-ray In January

Weekend Box Office: End of Watch And House at the End Duke It Out For Number One Weekend Box Office: End of Watch And House at the End Duke It Out For Number One
It was neck and neck and neck at the box office this weekend with three new contenders all debuting withing $300,000 of each other and leaving the final determination of the real number one this weekend too close to call.

Weekend Box Office: End of Watch And House at the End Duke It Out For Number One

This Rotten Week: Predicting Dredd, Trouble With the Curve And More Reviews This Rotten Week: Predicting Dredd, Trouble With the Curve And More Reviews
After a slow post-summer week, the fall starts kicking into high gear. The coming weeks have a ton of movies hitting the big screen. This time we’ve got baseball, cops, horrors and Dredd

This Rotten Week: Predicting Dredd, Trouble With the Curve And More Reviews

Hardcore New Red Band Trailer For End Of Watch, Starring Jake Gyllenhaal Hardcore New Red Band Trailer For End Of Watch, Starring Jake Gyllenhaal
David Ayer knows cop drama. After growing up in South Central Los Angeles he found his niche in Hollywood directing and/or writing movies like Training Day, Dark Blue, The Fast and the Furious and Harsh Times. His latest film, End of Watch, once again takes us into the gritty world of the NYPD...

Hardcore New Red Band Trailer For End Of Watch, Starring Jake Gyllenhaal

First Trailer For End Of Watch, Starring Jake Gyllenhaal First Trailer For End Of Watch, Starring Jake Gyllenhaal
When I was in middle school my teachers would encourage me to always "write what I know." I, of course, always ignored this piece of advice in favor of stories about aliens and polar bear attacks, but writer/director David Ayer has made a career of the idea. Since 2001, when Ayer won acclaim for his gritty cop drama Training Day, all of the filmmakers movies have dealt with the police.

First Trailer For End Of Watch, Starring Jake Gyllenhaal

Frank Grillo Lines Up Roles In Gangster Squad And End Of Watch Frank Grillo Lines Up Roles In Gangster Squad And End Of Watch
It's been a busy, busy week for the production of Ruben Fleischer's Gangster Squad. It began on Tuesday when it was reported that Emma Stone had entered talks to play the film's female lead, while Thursday brought news that Robert Patrick replaced Bryan Cranston in the project. But just because it's just about time for the weekend doesn't mean that they aren't still working hard to put together the best cast they can.

Frank Grillo Lines Up Roles In Gangster Squad And End Of Watch

America Ferrara Finally Back On Screen For End Of Watch With Jake Gyllenhaal America Ferrara Finally Back On Screen For End Of Watch With Jake Gyllenhaal
Given that Ferrera's only other upcoming project is the How To Train Your Dragon sequel, this will probably be our only chance to see her on the screen in the next year or so. Here's hoping she continues growing gracefully out of TV adolescence and into the talented adult actress we've seen glimpses of all along

America Ferrara Finally Back On Screen For End Of Watch With Jake Gyllenhaal

David Ayer To Direct Gritty Cop Drama End Of Watch, Jake Gyllenhaal In Talks David Ayer To Direct Gritty Cop Drama End Of Watch, Jake Gyllenhaal In Talks
After having a hand in Training Day, S.W.A.T., Dark Blue, Street Kings and Harsh Times, David Ayer has carved out a niche for himself writing and/or directing LAPD-centered dark dramas. With that in mind I'll give you five guesses to figure out what his next project will be. Give up? Gritty cop drama!

David Ayer To Direct Gritty Cop Drama End Of Watch, Jake Gyllenhaal In Talks

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