Hot of the presses; the following was copied and pasted directly from the Associated Press' website and is 100% true:
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jake Gyllenhaal arrived in Los Angeles Thursday night for the premiere of his new movie, The Day After Tomorrow Never Dies. Gyllenhaal's appearance was a surprise as he is spending time in Morocco filming his next movie Rendition. When asked about his unexpected appearance, Gyllenhaal said, "Oh, I wouldn't have missed it. I really wanted to be here for Prophecy Girl and britpopbaby. It's so sad that they've been mysteriously kidnapped and are missing the release of this absolutely true documentary about their extremely adventurous daily lives. I didn't think I was going to be able to make it until the very last minute which is why I'm wearing the same clothes as from the Jarhead premiere." Part one of the movie has a wide release today; further installments will be released weekly until the entire movie is available. Interested parties are being told to go HERE to read the film.
Reviews for the film have been favorable. Roger Ebert said it was, "the best movie in the history of the world. I'll never watch another movie for as long as I live because nothing can compare to it." Entertainment Weekly has given it the first ever "A+++ to infinity" and Gyllenhaal himself has said, "It's, like, really cool except for the part where my dog gets stolen. Hold on, which one got stolen again?"
Also in attendance at the premiere were Bill S. Preston, Esq. and Ted Theodore Logan.
Picture credit: The Associated Press...or possibly Photoshop and IHJ.