It looks as if the Vegas element of the End of Watch shoot may be over, Jake Gyllenhaal is back in LA. On 31 August, Jake was spotted having dinner at the El Cid restaurant, where you are entertained as you eat, and People also has a sighting of Jake and a group of friends going to the movies. Jake and his friends apparently saw French film Point Blank at the Laemmle Sunset 5 theatre in West Hollywood. The film contains 'rival gangsters and trigger-happy police', themes that might be close to Jake's heart after the last few weeks of filming the gritty LAPD drama End of Watch.
Many thanks to IHJ for the pictures - there are more there.
My review of Fright Night 3D is now up at MovieBrit.
WDW Cornish Interlude
I may have been incapacitated this week and unable to post properly but I'm delighted to inform you that you've not escaped a few pictures from my week at the end of England last week! Before we made it to the end, we stopped off at Clovelly which, quite simply, is the most knackering village in Britain. It's preserved as it was and that means endless cobble steps down to the bottom (where, thank heavens, a pub is waiting) and then endless cobble steps back up to the top. A beer at the bottom, sitting on the harbour wall, is vital if you're to make it back to the top. I may have passed corpses on the way up. Goods are still brought in and out of the village through sleds attached to donkeys, several of whom were poised to pose with those tourists who still had enough life in them to hold a camera.
Still sunsets on warm nights are a characteristic of Cornwall. There's not a sky quite like it.
We made it down to the southernmost tea shop on the southernmost point, at the Lizard. There were seals. There were also good veggie breakfasts.
A couple of miles around the headland is Kynance Cove and further on up the coast, Sennen.
Finally, the beautiful St Michael's Mount.
You're in luck now - my summer holiday's are at an end... :)