Jake Gyllenhaal to Star in ‘Presumed Innocent’ TV Series Based on Harrison Ford Movie
Jake Gyllenhaal is an American actor who was born to the famous Gyllenhaal family in America. He has always been a part of film background family. His father is a director and mother is a screen writer. He is a pass out of Columbia University.
Jake Gyllenhaal is well known for his work in many famous movies such as Donnie Darko, Brokeback Mountain , Prisoners and The Guilty. He has also played the role of comedy-music special John Mulaney and the Sack Lunch Bunch.
Gyllenhaal is in news as he is recently starring in Michael Bay action thriller Ambulance and he is also lending his voice in Disney’s animated movie Strange World.
According to sources, Gyllenhaal is in news because of his major role in upcoming Apple+ series Presumed Innocent. The upcoming project is based on 1987 courtroom thriller novel of name Scott Turow. The story is all about a murder league.
Gyllenhaal is portraying the role of Rusty Sabich, a role played by Ford in the movie. Ford is a prosecutor who is a killing suspect of his close co worker. The evidence shows this thing and proves this point. The story is all about thriller novel being converted in the movie. The theme of the show is thrill, politics, power, love and sex. This will be the first major role of Gyllenhaal in any movie. He is an Oscar nominated actor who has always been excellent with his roles.
Many such interesting projects are awaited in Hollywood. The stories differ from one another which is a major part why binge watching is exciting to watch with new ideas. Let us wait for what the movie is ready to offer. There are many such thriller movies and people are expecting more from this show.