Welcome to Maggie Gyllenhaal Online the ultimate fansite for the academy award nominated actress Maggie Gyllenhaal. You might know Maggie from movies such as Secretary, SherryBaby, The Dark Knight, Nanny McPhee Returns or Crazy Heart You will also be able to see Maggie in the upcoming movie Hysteria Maggie Gyllenhaal Online brings you all the latest news, pictures, videos and everything else related to Maggie and her career.

Maggie Gyllenhaal and her husband Peter Sarsgaard attended a party for the new New York Times new editor on Thursday (September 16th). I’m still working on getting these pictures in HQ, but until then here’s the pictures in a smaller version.

Gallery Links:
Appearances from 2010 > Party to celebrate the New York Times T Magazine’s new editor


Posted by Connie on September 19, 2010 under Gallery Updates and commented by 0 people

Maggie Gyllenhaal and her husband Peter Sarsgaard attended an ANOTHER MAGAZINE + Equipment Dinner yesterday (September 14th)

Gallery Links:
ppearances from 2010 > ANOTHER MAGAZINE + Equipment Dinner


Posted by Connie on September 15, 2010 under Gallery Updates and commented by 0 people

Sorry for the little delay on these pictures, but here are the pictures of Maggie Gyllenhaal at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week last Saturday (September 11th).

Gallery Links:
Appearances from 2010 > Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2011 – A Detacher
Appearances from 2010 > Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2011 – Alexander Wang


Posted by Connie on September 15, 2010 under Gallery Updates and commented by 0 people

The gallery has been updated with candids from 2010 that we didn’t already have. Sorry for not adding these sooner.





Gallery Links:
Candids from 2010 > 26.01.10 – At The Tavern Restaurant In Brentwood
Candids from 2010 > 09.08.10 – Out and About
Candids from 2010 > 10.08.10 – shops at Adventure 16
Candids from 2010 > 30.08.10 – Out in Soho
Candids from 2010 > 03.09.10 – shopping at McNally Jackson Bookstore in Soho


Posted by Connie on September 11, 2010 under Candids,Gallery Updates and commented by 0 people

A biopic about Ronald Reagan is in the works. The film, simply titled “Reagan,” will be based on two biographies about the former president written by Paul Kengor (“The Crusader” and “God and Ronald Reagan”) and will cover Reagan’s life, from boyhood to the presidency. It’s not clear what the film’s tone will be, but script writer Jonas McCord said this of Reagan, “I was of the opinion that at best he was a bad actor and at worst a clown.” I think that’s a decent indicator.

This is not the first time Hollywood has attempted to make a film about Reagan. In 2003, the CBS miniseries “The Reagans,” starring Josh Brolin as the patriarch, came under fire when portions of the script leaked and it was deemed unbalanced. The miniseries was not broadcast on CBS but on cable network Showtime.

The Hollywood Reporter has already compiled a list of possible young Reagans, including Zac Efron and James Franco. Over at Moviefone, Tom Hanks and Jon Hamm have been named as contenders for the older Reagan. But what about the first lady, Nancy Reagan (played by Judy Davis in the miniseries)? Here are some of my picks to play the petit, elegant and controversial woman who told kids to “Just Say No.”

Maggie Gyllenhaal
If the filmmakers are looking for an actress who could play both young and older Nancy, Maggie Gyllenhaal is a good choice. Although she plays a good down-home girl, think her Oscar-nominated role in “Crazy Heart,” she can do slightly snobby as well, like Rachel in “The Dark Knight.” As far as looks go, Reagan and Gyllenhaal have similar cheekbone structure.

Also suggested: Carrey Mulligan, Annette Bening and Meryl Streep.

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Posted by Connie on September 9, 2010 under Headlines & Rumours and commented by 0 people

More various magazine scans with our wonderful Maggie Gyllenhaal has been added to the gallery. Thanks to Elmira for most of these!

Gallery Links:
Magazines > G-O > Glamour Russia – September 2010
Magazines > G-O > Harper’s Bazaar – August 2010
Magazines > P-Z > Top Magazine – August 2010
Magazines > P-Z > Total DVD Russia – September 2010
Magazines > P-Z > US Weekly – August 2010


Posted by Connie on September 9, 2010 under Gallery Updates and commented by 0 people

I’ve finally gotten around to making captures of the Secretary DVD Extras, which includes a wonderful interview with Maggie Gyllenhaal and some B-roll fotage.

Gallery Links:
Movie Productions > 2002 – Secretary > DVD Extra: Cast Interviews
Movie Productions > 2002 – Secretary > DVD Extra: B-roll fotage


Posted by Connie on September 5, 2010 under Gallery Updates and commented by 0 people

I have updated various of photoshoots with new and/or better quality pictures.


Gallery Links:
Photoshotos from 2000 > Shoot 001
Photoshoots from 2005 > Shoot 003
Photoshoots from 2005 > Shoot 005
Photoshoots from 2010 > Shoot 002
Photoshoots from 2010 > Shoot 005
Photoshoots from Unknown Years > Shoot 017


Posted by Connie on September 1, 2010 under Gallery Updates and commented by 0 people

The recent announcement that Maggie Gyllenhaal was cast in Hysteria, a film about the Victorian-era invention of the vibrator, may have sounded awfully familiar – kind of like In the Next Room, or the vibrator play, a play about the Victorian-era invention of the vibrator, now playing at Woolly Mammoth.

But producer Judy Cairo (of Informant Media, which also produced Gyllenhaal’s film Crazy Heart), says that the film was not inspired by the play and that they have only the Victorian-era vibrator in common. The original screenplay, written by Stephen Dyer and Jonah Lisa Dyer, focuses on the inventor of the vibrator, rather than a doctor who administers it to patients, as Ruhl’s Pulitzer-finalist play does. The biggest difference between the two productions, says Cairo, is tone.

“It is very much a romantic comedy from beginning to end,” says Cairo. “The Vibrator Play has a serious tone. This is a comedy in the vein of Shakespeare in Love.

In the film, Gyllenhaal plays Charlotte, the daughter of a doctor played by Jonathan Pryce. She falls for a young doctor named Mortimer Granville, played by Hugh Dancy, who administers her treatments for hysteria, a catch-all term for women’s maladies that was thought to be cured by orgasm. Cairo says they will begin to film in October, and the film will be released in 2011.

When Gyllenhaal learned about the role, “She immediately responded in a delighted way,” says Cairo. “The character Charlotte is perfect for Maggie because she is spirited and ahead of her time. Maggie is going to be phenomenal.”

As for The Vibrator Play, Cairo says she doesn’t know if Ruhl knows about the film. But Cairo has seen and enjoyed the New York run of The Vibrator Play.

“We were well into our script [then],” says Cairo. “It was developed several years ago, with [co-producer] Tracey Becker, before anyone had any knowledge of the play.”

The timing of both productions does not surprise her, Cairo says, because it was only a matter of time before this unusual and forgotten piece of history rose back to the surface.

“I think it’s such an intriguing piece of history,” says Cairo. “it is not surprising that it would inspire both [productions]. Our film is using the same kernel of history as the play, but in a different fashion.”

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Posted by Connie on August 27, 2010 under Headlines & Rumours,Hysteria and commented by 0 people

Maggie Gyllenhaal plays the role of the harried young mother Mrs. Green who receives some magical (and much needed) assistance raising her children while her husband is at war in new family-friendly film “Nanny McPhee Returns.

It was almost a case of life imitating art for the 32-year-old actress, who told Pop Tarts she couldn’t keep up with the demands of movies and motherhood after she and husband Peter Sarsgaard had their first child together in 2006.

“Mrs. Green literally had a birds nest in her hair and children hanging from the chandelier and she kept saying she was fine. I was definitely like that. When my daughter was first born I kept saying ‘I don’t need anybody, I’m just going to do this by myself.’ I thought I could make a home, be a good wife, and do all these things. I thought ‘I’m just going to call my mom,’” Gyllenhaal told Pop Tarts at a special screening of the film in New York City last week. “But I have since realized that wasn’t realistic for me…It’s okay not to be able to do everything all the time, to fail as a parent sometimes. Now I have a wonderful nanny. I am somebody who spends every possible minute I can with my daughter – I really believe that’s important, but I do need help.”

Gyllenhaal is also convinced that the positive energy that came from Emma Thompson’s fantastical Nanny McPhee rubbed off even when she left the set.

“I believe this movie must have brought me good nanny karma because I found a lovely, lovely nanny for my daughter – I just thank god for her,” she added.

Gyllenhaal said caring for children as a single parent is a concept many relate to in 2010.

“Your husband doesn’t need to be at war [like hers is in the movie] to be up against it. Coping and not coping – it’s a very fine line,” Thompson said. “Maybe you’re away for work, or the parents are divorced, but it’s a very contemporary issue.”

As for her own magical mothering tips?

“You don’t always have to solve their (the kids) problems, just sit with them,” Thompson suggested. “Just being with them and not saying anything can do so much.”


Posted by Connie on August 26, 2010 under Headlines & Rumours,Interviews,Nanny McPhee and commented by 0 people
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