Jake Gyllenhaal in "Source Code" and cop drama "End of Watch" announced

New Stills of Jake Gyllenhaal as Colter Stevens in "Source Code" (2011)

"For a while back there it looked liked Duncan Jones' second movie would be a sci-fi tapering close to the Blade Runner-stylings of Ridley Scott. Source Code, though, got in ahead of the Berlin-set Mute and has more of a Scott Jr. feel to it. Tony would be happy with this scene which introduces the prickly chemistry between Captain Colter Stevens (Jake Gyllenhaal) and Christina (Michelle Monaghan) without sacrificing the sense that something important is about to explode". Source: www.empireonline.com

"David Ayer is set to write and direct cop drama "End of Watch" with Jake Gyllenhaal in early discussions to star. Ayer and John Lesher will produce through Ayer's Crave Films and Lesher's Le Grisbi Prods. Plot details are vague; pic's being described as a gritty drama that follows the friendship between longtime partners.
Ayer is no stranger to this genre, having already penned scripts for "Training Day", "S.W.A.T." and the Christian Bale vehicle "Harsh Times", which Ayer wrote and directed. He most recently directed Keanu Reeves in "Street Kings."
Gyllenhaal has been beefing up his action-hero status, starring in Disney's "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time" last summer. He has Summit's sci-fi thriller "Source Code" coming this month.

As first reported by Variety, Gyllenhaal has been mentioned as a contender for the lead in "The Bourne Legacy", the latest rendition of the Universal franchise (Daily Variety, Feb. 25)". Source: www.variety.com