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“All these guys are on steroids”: Insider Claims $80M Spider-Man: Far From Home Star is Guilty of Using PEDs

“All these guys are on steroids”: Insider Claims $80M Spider-Man: Far From Home Star is Guilty of Using PEDs

The number of speculations and controversies that swivel through the constantly revolving doors of Hollywood every other day is staggering in its magnitude. Most recently, it is the Far From Home star, Jake Gyllenhaal, who has occupied the interest of the masses with his antics when he ditched the movie sets for a highly bizarre appearance at the UFC. Simply put, at this point, it is no longer surprising that the land beyond Sunset Boulevard manages to get embroiled in a new tabloid-worthy headline regularly because of the lives and careers of its scandalous and sensational residents.

Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal in Far From Home
Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal in Far From Home

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Far From Home’s Jake Gyllenhaal Comes Under Scrutiny

While Gwyneth Paltrow busies herself with celebrating the quiet and smug victory for her $1 win in the ski trial, Jonathan Majors goes into damage control mode after being dubbed as the Ezra Miller of MCU. While reports and rumors of the Kang actor being recast take precedence, elsewhere, the Far From Home actor, Jake Gyllenhaal takes matters into his own hands after appearing in the UFC to do some ground research for an upcoming role. All in all, it has been a busy day for the media.

Jake Gyllenhaal's physique at the UFC raises some questions
Jake Gyllenhaal films Roadhouse with Conor McGregor at MGM

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According to The Hot Mic hosts and regular scoopers, John Rocha and Jeff Sneider, the news is not as much a matter of surprise as it is about the obvious elephant in the room – Jake Gyllenhaal’s physique. The actor’s UFC appearance was a highly talked about point in and around the industry for several reasons but his shredded and defined muscularity is what takes the cake. And considering the recent debate surrounding steroid use that has been plaguing the Hollywood frontlines, it is hardly shocking that Gyllenhaal’s UFC stunt has raised a few eyebrows.

Jeff Sneider Drops Big Names in the Roid Rage Controversy

In a recent episode of The Hot Mic With Jeff and John, Hollywood insider and reliable scooper, Jeff Sneider brought up several names that in the recent past were flagged in the roid rage radar.

“The unspoken thing amongst all these stars, and I imagine [even with] as much time as [they] spend in the gym – all these guys are on steroids. When you see Jake Gyllenhaal like in f*cking UFC and he’s cut like that, yeah these guys can… they take incredible care of their bodies, they eat, they have dieticians, they have everything, but you don’t think that they get a little juice on the side?

[…] Jonathan Majors is big in ‘Creed III’, he’s HUGE in ‘Magazine Dreams’ [where] he [plays] a bodybuilder. So I’m just saying, is it possible that Jonathan Majors has been using steroids in these two movies in which he looks jacked beyond recognition, and could that have played a role in some sort of steroid rage?”

Jake Gyllenhaal and Conor McGregor film Road House remake at UFC 285
Jake Gyllenhaal and Conor McGregor

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Not only does Sneider raise some well-intended theories as to what could have gone down behind-the-scenes leading up to the recent Jonathan Majors arrest but he also addresses the steroid controversy further by bringing Jake Gyllenhaal into the debate. What started gaining steam with Joe Rogan’s claims about The Rock last year have seemingly caught on and the speculations don’t seem to be slowing down any time soon.

Source: The Hot Mic

Written by Diya Majumdar

Having graduated with honors in literature from Miranda House, Diya Majumdar now has more than 1300 published articles on Fandomwire, and her passion and profession both include dissecting the world of cinema. She happens to be a liberally opinionated person with an overbearing love for Monet, Edvard Munch, and Van Gogh, along with an obsessive collection of Spotify playlists