Jake Gyllenhaal arriving at the Apple store in SoHo, on 1st April 2011
“I had a guy come up to me in a supermarket and say ‘Hey man, I make adult films under the name Johnny Darko, because that’s my favourite movie”, laughed Jake in an interview with Empire. “It was an interesting interaction. But I was... flattered?”
Michelle Monaghan and Jake Gyllenhaal in Empire UK magazine, scanned by www.wetdarkandwild.com
Jake is currently promoting the thriller "Source Code", where he portrays Colter Stevens, and he appreciates his character’s name in the film. The star admits he always seems to be blessed with parts involving unusual monikers.
Jake Gyllenhaal plays Donnie Darko in "Donnie Darko" (2001) directed by Richard Kelly
“It’s kind of a great military name... I do get the far-out names. Donnie Darko remains the one to beat”, he added. Source: www.musicrooms.net
After splitting with Kelly Preston, Charlie Sheen moved on with adult film actress Ginger Lynn Allen, whom he dated on-and-off for five years. "When Charlie's sober, he's sweet, kind, loving, generous", she told PEOPLE. Sheen denied in Maxim magazine as "completely ridiculous" a tabloid rumor that he liked prostitutes dressed as cheerleaders.
Charlie Sheen dated Ginger Lynn Allen on/off from 1990 – 1995
After Charlie Sheen was booed off stage and humiliated he gained the courage to come back out to say hi to his true fans who stuck around.
"The humiliation, however, wasn’t easy to watch. It’s one thing to read about the missteps of the rich and famous; it’s another to see a celebrity fall flat on his face in front of several thousand people. Rage, Sheen’s default mode, wasn’t an option. The fed-up hordes at the sold-out Fox would have trampled him. The indulgent love of his fans had transformed into deep distrust, if not disgust.
The audible mockery directed at him was having an effect. Flushed with embarrassment, Sheen suggested, like a cool kid suddenly getting picked on in gym class, that it was time for a break. “You need someone else's genius for a few minutes”, he said after floundering with questions from the audience.
What had we witnessed? Sheen's psychiatric exhibitionism had morphed into something more embarrassing: a theatrical meltdown. This torpedo of truth wasn’t what anyone expected". — Charles McNulty in Detroit Source: latimesblogs.latimes.com
"First the U.S. automaker recession, and now this. Charlie Sheen unleashed his Violent Torpedo of Truth Tour on the Motor City on Saturday night before a crowd that greeted the actor with an adoring standing ovation and concluded with booing and walk-outs.
8:53 — The show officially begins with a mock iPhone ad, advertising the “MaSheen”. This app will be used throughout the show to introduce each segment. Two attractive scantily clad women — contest winners Kelly Jean and Lisa Jaques — come onstage to sing the national anthem before a waving flag. They’re not exactly great singers. “Do it topless!” one audience member shouts.
8:58 — Film clips are playing onscreen. Die Hard, Midnight Express, Taxi Driver, Animal House, Sheen’s own Platoon, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, and (of course) Apocalypse Now. There’s no context, just the violent clips. One imagines it’s like being inside Sheen’s fever dream and the experience is taking on a Clockwork Orange quality.
9:00 — Two goddesses are now making out onstage. And finally, Charlie Sheen returns. He holds up a sports shirt of the style that’s worn by his Two and a Half Men character and puts it on. The audience gamely boos. The Two and a Half Men theme song plays and is intercut with a scene from a classic film of a man screaming “Turn it off!” Then, Sheen grabs a Detroit Tigers shirt instead. The crowd roars and gives him a standing ovation. Regarding the Men shirt, Sheen says, “Take that out and burn it.” On video, the girls burn the shirt backstage.
9:08 — Sheen: “I am finally here to identify and train the Vatican assassin locked inside each and every one of you.”
9:13 – Sheen: “They took my awesome children… They took my sometimes bitchin’ job… And when they thought there was nothing left, they tried to take my heart and brain and titanium spine. But they could not.” Audience growing restless. This show is all pump-up, no narrative.
9:15 — OK, nobody understands a word Sheen is saying. “Is anybody else as confused by this s— as I am?” he finally asks. There are roars from the crowd. “I wrote every word!” Later, a cab driver tells me that it’s about this time that angry fans began walking out of the theatre.
9:20 — People start booing Sheen. Not playing around, but actually booing him. Sheen yells, “I already got your money, dude!”
9:43 — Sheen tells the audience, “You paid your hard-earned money without knowing what this show was about.” He asks if people have any questions. A girl from the audience asks for his best pornstar story. Sheen doesn’t want to tell that one. He’s starts telling a story about getting his car stolen — he says the story involves crack — but nobody wants to hear it. Another woman asks for a hug. He gives it to her and that’s nice — pretty much the whole audience could use one at this point.When Oliver Stone or whoever makes the inevitable biopic on Charlie Sheen’s life, tonight’s event is definitely making the final cut".