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.

The best update coming now! It pays off having nothing better to do that surf through the internet cause look what I just found for  you; some outtakes from a photoshoot Maggie has done for Italian Vogue! The pictures are absolute breath-taking and it’s probably one of Maggie’s best photoshoots (hopefully we’ll get them untagged).


Posted by Connie on January 22, 2009 under Gallery Updates and commented by 5 people

Thanks to the wonderful Qua we finally got the video of Maggie and Aaron Eckhart presenting at the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards!! Nothing to do with Maggie but: Laura Linney deserved that award!


Link to video


Posted by Connie on January 22, 2009 under Media and commented by 0 people

Added 5 new stills of Maggie in The Dark Knight – Enjoy!


Posted by Connie on January 21, 2009 under Gallery Updates,The Dark Knight and commented by 1 people

I know that most of you probably really wants some captures of Maggie in “The Dark Knight” and I do too, but unfortuantly I’m not in the situation where I can just go out and buy a new dvd so you have to wait with those captures until I have some money. Anyway I have just added some captures of Maggie in “Adaption“.


Posted by Connie on January 16, 2009 under Gallery Updates and commented by 0 people

Maggie looked cute departing at LAX airport yesterday, pictures has been added.


Posted by Connie on January 14, 2009 under Candids and commented by 0 people

Maggie attended the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards last night looking absolute stunning like she always does. Pictures has been added, and more will be added as I get them.


Posted by Connie on January 12, 2009 under Gallery Updates and commented by 3 people

Despite the tanking economy and the various wars all over the world, nothing seemed to dent the calculated frivolity that is the Golden Globes — nothing except “The Dark Knight” director Christopher Nolan’s somber face as he accepted the supporting actor in a motion picture award for the late Heath Ledger.

“All of us who worked with Heath on ‘The Dark Knight’ accept this with an awful mixture of sadness but incredible pride,” Nolan said. “After Heath passed on, you saw a hole ripped in the future of cinema, but with the extraordinary response to his work that we’ve seen all over the world, I for one will start to be able to look less at the gap in the future and at the incredible place Heath made for himself with his talent and his dedication.”

The crowd gave Ledger, who died almost a year ago, a standing ovation, agreeing wholeheartedly with Nolan’s assessment that “Heath will be eternally missed but he will never be forgotten.”

Actors too had praise for the Australian. “It was wonderful that he won,” said Paul Giamatti, who took home the award for actor in a TV miniseries for his work in “John Adams.” “It was a fantastic performance but it was just one, he had a lot ahead of him and he had done great work before.”

Thus begins what many expect to be a long, bittersweet trek through the numerous award shows as stand-ins are called in to accept the accolades for Ledger’s performance as the anarchic Joker. Many believe he is the overwhelming favorite to win the Oscar.

The 28-year-old actor died last January from an overdose of prescription drugs. Only two other actors have won posthumous Golden Globes: Peter Finch and a special achievement award for James Dean.

While Warner Bros. has been waging a vigorous Oscar campaign on behalf of the entire film, Ledger’s transcendent performance has caught the public’s imagination, leading the film’s various members to answer questions about the young actor. In a red carpet interview with Ryan Seacrest, Maggie Gyllenhaal expressed her admiration for her costar and her unease with her de facto role as his ambassador.

At such a festive occasion, “It’s hard to talk about a friend who died,” Gyllenhaal said in a polite remonstration of Seacrest.

Ledger was nominated for a Golden Globe and an Oscar for his role as a repressed and quietly unhappy gay cowboy in “Brokeback Mountain.”

Other memorable performances include a suicidal prison guard in “Monster’s Ball” and Bob Dylan in “I’m Not There.”


Posted by Connie on January 12, 2009 under Headlines & Rumours,The Dark Knight and commented by 2 people

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Both Maggie and her younger brother Jake has been set as presenters at this years Golden Globe Awards, which takes place tonight.


Posted by Connie on January 11, 2009 under Headlines & Rumours and commented by 0 people

Added some beautiful pictures of Maggie in a Jalouse Magazine from 2005.


Posted by Connie on January 10, 2009 under Gallery Updates and commented by 0 people

Added another 71 hq pictures of Maggie at “The Dark Knight” premieres in New York, UK & Barcelona.


Posted by Connie on January 6, 2009 under Gallery Updates,The Dark Knight and commented by 0 people
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