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May 28, 2011

END OF WATCH (2012): Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena Los Angeles Set Photos

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Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena End of Watch Los Angeles Set Photos have premiered. Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena set photos from End of Watch (2012), directed by David Ayer, show the two actors in Los Angeles, California during and between shots in full police uniforms.

End of Watch also stars Fernando Lara. The other stars of the film have not been announced yet. End of Watch‘s plot synopsis: “A drama centered on the long-term friendship and partnership between two cops.”

Not much is known about End of Watch other than it’s been hailed as a gritty cop drama. Michael Peña will co-star alongside Jake Gyllenhaal as policemen.

For more End of Watch photos, videos, and news, check out our End of Watch Page. Look at the End of Watch Los Angeles set photos (click to enlarge) below and leave your thoughts on them. End of Watch has no US theater release date yet.

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Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena, End of Watch, Los Angeles Set Photo

 

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Source: Dailyblam, Ohnotheydidnt

  • http://twitter.com/thebestbower J. D. Guiles

    Could be wrong, but I believe I read this script for this a while ago… back when they wanted Channing Tatum to headline…

  • http://film-book.com/ Film-Book.com

    Was the script good?

  • http://film-book.com/ Film-Book.com

    Was the script good?

  • traceylmcneel

    To Jake G: Try Trail Canyon running…much better on the joints and increases stamina, balance, and reflexex…:)

  • http://twitter.com/thebestbower The Best Bower

    Wow. It’s been ten months.
    The script was good, actually. One too many cliches and stereotypes at times, but nothing that couldn’t be fixed, or that would detract from the overall (what I assumed to be, intended) feel of the film

  • http://film-book.com/ Film-Book.com

    If the movie is ever released I will be able to see for myself.