‘Stronger’ Inspiration Jeff Bauman On Seeing Jake Gyllenhaal Play Him On Screen | Access Hollywood



Jeff Bauman, the man who captured hearts after surviving the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013, joins Access Hollywood Live’s Natalie Morales and Kit Hoover to talk about the movie based on his memoir, “Stronger.” Plus, Jeff opens up about developing a friendship with the actor portraying him, Jake Gyllenhaal. “Stronger” is in theaters now.
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2 thoughts on “‘Stronger’ Inspiration Jeff Bauman On Seeing Jake Gyllenhaal Play Him On Screen | Access Hollywood

  • September 25, 2017 at 12:21 am
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    The Boston Bombing Is a lie. A fake staged terror attack by the government. A drill passed off as a real time event. I know a lot of you people don't want to hear that, but you must research this for yourselves. Jeff lost his legs in a previous incident. You owe it to yourselves to look into this. Google "Boston Bombing hoax"

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