This coming Friday, Jake Gyllenhaal will take to the silver screen in Enemy, from Prisoners director Denis Villeneuve. It’s about a disheveled history professor who sees someone in a movie that looks exactly like him, sending him spiraling down the rabbit hole in search of the truth. Beyond the prestige of a Gyllenhaal/Villeneuve reunion, the film’s also got a killer supporting cast with the likes of Melanie Laurent (Inglourious Basterds) and Isabella Rossellini. It’s usually the kind of mistaken identity story that would be played for comedy, but here it appears to have taken a much darker and brooding turn. I hope this isn’t a guessed spoiler, but it’s giving me a real Orphan Black vibe.
In celebration of the release of Enemy, we’d like to give you a little piece of Jake Gyllenhaal. His signature, to be exact. On a poster. We’ll also throw in a copy of the film’s soundtrack. All we ask in return is that you check out something else that may interest you: The Weekly Edition of FSR.
In the coming weeks, we will be launching a new Weekly Edition of our site, deliverable to our best readers via email. Like editions of our online magazine, it will feature the best work from our writers, special giveaways, even special editions (like Oscar Week, Our Summer Movie Preview and others). It’s going to be a lot of fun and we’d love to have you come along with us.
To subscribe, just toss your email into the form below. You’ll need to also confirm your email address to complete the sign-up. On Friday, March 14, the day Enemy hits theaters, we will choose one of our subscribers to receive the Jake Gyllenhaal autographed poster and a copy of the soundtrack. We will also choose one other subscriber to win an unsigned poster. All you have to do is be asubscriber to enter this and many other giveaways in the future.
Disclaimer: In order to qualify for the poster giveaway, you must be a verified subscriber. Which means that you must both sign up above and follow the instructions sent to your email address to verify. It’s two clicks, very easy. You must also live in North America.
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