Jake Gyllenhaal made an appearance in Los Angeles over the weekend, hours after his ex Taylor Swift debuted her short film directorial debut for the 10-minute version of “All Too Well.”
Though Swift, 31, has yet to confirm it herself, it’s heavily speculated that the song and short film (featuring Stranger Things‘ Sadie Sink and The Maze Runner‘s Dylan O’Brien) is about Gyllenhaal, 40, and their brief 2010 romance.
Per Page Six, the actor seemed unfazed by all the resurfaced attention on his former relationship with Swift, as he supported his sister, Maggie Gyllenhaal, at the Hamilton Behind the Camera Awards on Saturday (November 13). The actress, 43, was awarded Breakthrough Director for her work on The Lost Daughter, which was her directorial debut. Jake was also a presenter for an award to Mandell Winter and David Esparza, the sound editors for his Netflix film The Guilty.
Watch the trailer for the psychological drama The Lost Daughter (out December 31 on Netflix) below:
Jake has been the center of attention across social media this weekend following Swift’s Friday release of the re-recorded version of “All Too Well,” which is arguably more damning than the 2012 original.
Several lyrics throughout the 10-minute version of the breakup ballad suggest that the Nightcrawler star broke off his three-month relationship with Swift over their age difference. “You said if we had been closer in age maybe it would have been fine / And that made me want to die,” Swift sings during one part of the song.
Later Swift sings new lyrics: “And I was never good at telling jokes, but the punch line goes / I’ll get older, but your lovers stay my age.” Jake is currently dating 25-year-old model Jeanne Cadieu — an age gap that is six years larger than the previous one between him and Swift — while Swift has since moved on with British actor Joe Alwyn, 30.
Also over the weekend, Swift was the special musical guest for Saturday Night Live, performing “All Too Well” while her short film played in the background. Watch the full performance below: