Hey everyone! Some stills of Jude’s upcoming film 360 has been released and I’ve uploaded the only one featuring him to the gallery. Check it out below along with the first synopsis!
Director Fernando Meirelles (City of God) reunites with his Constant Gardener star Rachel Weisz, who stars opposite Jude Law, Anthony Hopkins, and Ben Foster in this uncompromising dramatic thriller fuelled by the notion of how sexual relationships can transgress social boundaries.
Jude Law’s impressive opening night in the West End play Anna Christie has seen demand for tickets surge by almost 300 per cent.
The Oscar-nominated actor received “glowing reviews” from critics for his first night’s performance in American playwright Eugene O’Neill’s acclaimed drama.
Tickets have since been selling for almost £400 as fans grab the chance to see the British star perform at London’s Donmar Warehouse.
Online ticket exchange Viagogo has seen a 295 per cent surge in demand for tickets.
Director of Viagogo UK Ed Parkinson said: ‘We’re found that plays starring big names like Jude Law create a real hype amongst fans, but it is the critics’ reviews that really accelerate ticket demand.”
He added: ‘The critics’ glowing reviews of Jude Law has arguably cemented the play as the hottest theatre ticket of the year.’
Hey everyone! A “Contagion” trailer has been released along with a still and a new “Sherlock Holmes 2″ still has been released as well.
Hey everyone! Jude is a jury member at Cannes this year and he’s attended quite a few Cannes related events. Check them out below!
64th Cannes Film Festival – Opening Ceremony and “Midnight in Paris” Premiere
64th Cannes Film Festival – Jury Photocall
64th Cannes Film Festival – Jury Press Conference
64th Cannes Film Festival – Belvedere Party
64th Cannes Film Festival – “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” Premiere
Hollywood star Jude Law has been picked to be one of the jurors for the 64th Cannes Film Festival.
The 38-year-old will be on the feature film jury, of which Robert De Niro, 67, is president.
Other members include actress Uma Thurman and French director Olivier Assayas.
They will award prizes including the Palme d’Or.
The Cannes film festival is on from May 11 to 22.
Hey everyone! I came across some photos of Jude and Rachel Weisz on the set of 360 and added them to the gallery. You can check them out below.
Actors Jude Law and Kevin Spacey have joined more than 100 protesters calling for freedom of expression and an end to the dictatorship in Belarus.
The demonstration began outside public relations consultancy firm Grayling, in central London, with the protesters calling for the company to end its business within the former Soviet republic.
Law, who marched in support of dissident theatre group Belarus Free Theatre (BFT), said: “Freedom of speech is not just about artistic expression but also about fundamental freedoms.
“We have the opportunity in this country to protest, to be heard and to use our freedom of speech. It’s our responsibility, therefore, that we speak for those who are less fortunate, especially as fellow Europeans.
“One would hope that this dictator will internationally be recognised for what he’s doing, the tyranny that he’s forcing people to live under.”
The demonstrators then marched to the House of Commons where BFT, whose members have been targeted and imprisoned for speaking out against the government of dictator President Alexander Lukashenko, were to perform.
Spacey, who is artistic director of the Old Vic theatre company in London, spoke of his admiration for BFT after seeing the group perform in New York.
“I don’t think I have ever sat in a nice, comfortable theatre seat and read a programme in which every single member of a theatre company has either been arrested or beaten or jailed or attempted to be silenced or lost their jobs because they have been part of a peaceful protest.”
The American Beauty actor said he has just discovered that his own films and those of Law have now been banned in Belarus because of their involvement with the protests.
“They can ban as many films as they want but they will never be able to ban the Belarus people’s right to fight for their freedom and their voices to be heard, and that’s what this protest is about.”