An Enemy: first pictures of Mary with Adam
I don’t know why exactly but I’ve always found myself in agreement with a minority of people, whatever the controversy. As for Jake, I’m a fan of his beard and his green pants, which lists me under a teeny-weeny minority of people, if such minority even exists 🙂
Also, and this I’m sure won’t come as a surprise to a few of you, I prefer Adam’s look (shocking!). Maybe it’s because I read the book and totally fell for his character, or maybe because I’m more of a haunted-look-kind-of-guy person, but Adam does it for me.
Anyway, I’m posting this to update the blog with new pictures of Jake (Adam/Anthony) and Mélanie (his fiancé Mary) from the set, but also to express my wish and hope that Jake and the crew will soon be left alone. I know we are eager to know more and we’re curious to see Jake in action (I was the first one to fall off the chair when the first pictures made their appearance) but maybe things are going a little too far. Those people are working and paps and fans are in the way. And it doesn’t take a genius to see that Jake is not thrilled about it.
I’m going to post a few pictures that make me feel a little less uncomfortable, you know by now that there are tons around the net if you want to see more. I’m not saying I won’t post pics from the set anymore, I’ll just try and post the less “private” ones.
I like the way she looks at him here
What’s with those pant legs?
Lovely smile, both of them
Mélanie looks very sweet, I hope they clicked.
Jake with what looks like his stunt double
A closeup from a lovely shot (courtesy of Sean O’Neill)
There, pant legs fixed (?)
On another note altogether, those of you lucky Torontonians might want to live – or re-live – the unique experience of watching Brokeback Mountain on a big screen and with an introduction from the amazing Annie Proulx to boot.
SUNDAY, JUNE 10 4:30 PM BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN
Adapted from Annie Proulx’s short story, Brokeback Mountain tells the story of Ennis del Mar (Heath Ledger) and Jack Twist Jake Gyllenhaal, two young ranchers in Wyoming meeting in 1963 and their secret romance over the span of twenty years.
A huge commercial and critical success, Brokeback Mountain went on to win Ang Lee his Best Director Oscar and be considered as one of the most important commercial film in history for its organic integration of gay content.
This film will be proceeded with a short introduction by Annie Proulx.
The New Yorker at Luminato: Aspects of Annie Proulx will be presented June 10, 2012 (7:00 PM) at the Festival.
I know I wouldn’t want to miss it. I might have seen this masterpiece at theaters more times than I can publicly admit but I know I’d be sittin’ in the first row again.
Toronto is all about Jake, lately.
God bless this city.