Paul McCartney has released his latest music video, the official clip for New single “Queenie Eye.” Directed by Simon Aboud, the just-released short finds the former Beatle recording the track in the famed London studio with a little help from his very famous friends. Johnny Depp, Kate Moss, Meryl Streep, Jude Law, Sean Penn, Jeremy Irons, Chris Pine, and more appear in the clip, which finds Paul pounding out the fuzz-covered song in the middle of the star-filled gathering.
With just a few weeks to go before the release of ‘Dom Hemingway’ in UK, Lionsgate has debuted the first TV spot online. Check it out below!
Focus Features have released first production stills for Jude’s upcoming movie, ‘Black Sea’ via Entertainment Weekly. You can see them in the gallery. Below you will also find the EW article that gives us a bit more insight into the movie and Jude’s character.
Jude Law is a handsome man. He’s got the look of a wealthy, privileged playboy and has been cast as such more than a few times in his career. So when The Last King of Scotland director Kevin Macdonald started looking for a blue-collar guy to take on the lead role in his submarine thriller Black Sea, it’s easy to understand why he was hesitant to even consider the golden boy.
“I wanted somebody in their middle age and who was British and who could convincingly be a blue-collar guy,” Macdonald told EW. “If you look around Hollywood, there aren’t very many who look like that and certainly not stars. I went to see him thinking ‘well Jude Law is great, but he’s not really him.’”
But Law isn’t afraid of making an unglamorous transformation, whether he’s sporting rotting teeth for Contagion, yellowed fingernails for Road to Perdition, or an exaggerated receding hairline for Anna Karenina. He quickly convinced Macdonald that he could play the role of an embittered and unemployed former Navy man. Law adopted an Aberdeen accent, put on weight, built up his forearms and shoulders, shaved his head and let the stubble grow out and suddenly, he wasn’t the lithe Dickie Greenleaf anymore. He was a man you could imagine gathering a group of hardened Russian and British seamen for a trip to disputed waters, in search of treasure that might be sitting at the bottom of the Black Sea in a World War II era U-boat.
Jude Law’s children think his status as an actor just means he can embarrass them more publically. Jude embarrasses his kids “on a great big level”.
The British actor has starred in a series of hit flicks, including The Holiday and The Talented Mr. Ripley. While he loves taking children Rafferty, Iris, Rudy and Sophia to the cinema, it makes everyone involved cringe when a trailer for one of his films is show.
“That happened to me once when I was with my kids,” he recalled to BBC 1 radio host Nick Grimshaw.
“It was really embarrassing, I hid! Of course no one was looking, no one knew. It was worse for the children; they were mortified, all around me. [They think]: ‘He’s just making a fool of himself on a great big level… not just at the front gate or in the front room!’”
As we have mentioned earlier this week, the first official trailer for ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ has been released today, and you can watch it below. It was also just announced that the film will hit theaters on March 7, 2014!
Wes Anderson’s “Grand Budapest Hotel” is set for release in 2014, but Fox Searchlight is ready to start the film’s marketing campaign right now. The studio unveiled the first poster for Anderson’s latest feature on Monday, and the film’s official site trumpets a trailer debut set for Oct. 17. Check out the poster in our gallery!
Jude was photographed leaving BBC Radio One Studios in London earlier today. He stopped to sign autographs for some fans and posed for a selfie with one lucky fan! Check out photos in our gallery.