Peter Sarsgaard, Riley Keough Join Jake Gyllenhaal in 'The Guilty'

Ensemble cast will also include Byron Bowers, Ethan Hawke, Bill Burr and Paul Dano

  • “Bubble Boy” (2001)
    One of Gyllenhaal’s earliest film credits is as Jimmy Livingston — a boy without an immune system who lives in a bubble — in “Bubble Boy”

    Buena Vista Pictures

  • “Donnie Darko” (2001)
    Perhaps one of Gyllenhaal’s most notable roles, the actor stars as the titular character in this cult classic about a troubled teenager with disturbing visions

    Newmarket Films

  • “The Good Girl” (2002)
    In “The Good Girl,” Gyllenhaal plays Holden, the love interest of Jennifer Aniston’s character Justine Last. The two start an affair while working together at a local department store

    Fox Searchlight Pictures

  • “Moonlight Mile” (2003)
    After Joe Nast’s (Gyllenhaal) fiancée Diana Floss was murdered in a shooting, he opts to stay with her parents and mourn her loss together

    Buena Vista Pictures

  • “The Day After Tomorrow” (2004)
    In this sci-fi flick, Gyllenhaal plays Sam Hall — a baby-faced teenager visiting Manhattan when disastrous weather strikes

    20th Century Fox

  • “Brokeback Mountain” (2005)
    Gyllenhaal plays Heath Ledger’s lover Jack Twist in one of the most innovative films of all time. The two gay cowboys earned several Academy Awards nods.

    Focus Features

  • “Jarhead” (2005)
    Gyllenhaal stars as real-life United States Marine Anthony Swofford who is deployed to fight in the Gulf War

    Universal Pictures

  • “Zodiac” (2007)
    In “Zodiac,” Gyllenhaal’s character Robert Graysmith is fascinated by a notorious serial killer in San Francisco. He later goes on to pen a book about the self-named Zodiac killer, though the murders remain unsolved

    Paramount Pictures

  • “Brothers” (2009)
    Gyllenhaal stars opposite Tobey Maguire in “Brothers,” a story about a Marine with intense post-traumatic stress disorder

    Lionsgate

  • “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time” (2010)
    The actor stars as Dastan in this adventure action fantasy film based on the video game, as Gyllenhaal proves he is capable of taking on a macho persona in an action flick

    Walt Disney StudiosMotion Pictures

  • “Love & Other Drugs” (2010)
    In “Love & Other Drugs,” he plays Jamie Randall — a successful Viagra salesman and Anne Hathaway’s love interest

    20th Century Fox

  • “Prisoners” (2013)
    Gyllenhaal stars as Detective Loki, a somber character who is tasked with the safe return of two girls who go missing 

    Warner Bros. Pictures

  • “Nightcrawler” (2014)
    Gyllenhaal portrays Louis “Lou” Bloom in “Nightcrawler” — a freelance cameraman who shoots crime scenes. Oftentimes, he tampers with evidence for the sake of a better, more profitable shot

    Open Road Films

  • “Enemy” (2014)
    Gyllenhaal is his own co-star in “Enemy,” a psychological thriller about one identical twin who stalks the other

    A24 Films

  • “Southpaw” (2015)
    The actor plays down-and-out boxer Billy Hope in “Southpaw.” The fighter undergoes an inspiring comeback story after the death of his wife (Rachel McAdams)

    The Weinstein Company

  • “Demolition” (2016)

    The actor plays a young finance exec who goes into a tailspin while mourning the sudden death of his wife.

    Fox Searchlight

  • “Nocturnal Animals” (2014)

    The actor played dual roles in Tom Ford’s acclaimed thriller, as both struggling novelist (and ex-husband of Amy Adams’ gallery owner) as well as the protagonist of that writer’s creepy novel.

    Focus Features

  • “Sunday in the Park With George” (2017)

    Gyllenhaal starred with Annaleigh Ashford in a Broadway revival of the Stephen Sondheim musical as 19th-century French artist Georges Seurat.

  • “Life” (2017)

    Gyllenhaal stars opposite Ryan Reynolds and Rebecca Ferguson as astronauts who discover life on Mars — and it seems less than friendly to human visitors.

    Sony

  • The acclaimed actor is now starring opposite Ryan Reynolds in a new sci-fi thriller

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