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Jake Gyllenhaal is dreaming of a day filled with diapers and pacifiers.
While sitting down with Sunday TODAY's host Willie Geist to discuss his Broadway play Sea Wall / A Life, the actor got candid about having a family in the future. "I do hope to be a father one day," the actor mused.
Perhaps the baby bug hit while performing onstage.
"It's a show about faith and family and the mess and comedy of life," Gyllenhaal explained in a teaser. "It's about, really actually about two fathers and about, for my character, someone who is just about to become a father. Also, he goes back into his own relationship with his own father and the passing of his father and how that makes him feel becoming a father."
As much as he looks ahead, Gyllenhaal also speaks candidly about the past in his upcoming interview. Especially when it comes to his 2005 groundbreaking role in Brokeback Mountain.