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Jude Law channels his inner Hamlet and grabs hold of costar Gugu Mbatha-Raw (as Ophelia) in this new still from the stage production of Hamlet at Wyndham’s Theater in London.
Other pictures below include Jude leaving Wyndham’s on Thursday (June 11). Hamlet is playing through Aug. 22 at Wyndham’s Theater.
The NY Times reviews Jude in the show, saying, “Fierce-eyed, charismatic, gestural to a degree one wouldn’t expect from a character who makes a point of advising the Players not to ’saw the air.’ One can imagine his particular empathy for this play given that London must at times seem for Mr. Law one large Elsinore, the tabloid press shadowing this fine actor’s every move to a degree unknown even at Denmark’s intrigue-laden Kronborg Castle.”
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Jude Law attends the afterparty following the press night of ‘Hamlet’, at The National Cafe on June 3, 2009 in London, England.
Jude Law has received whistles and cheers at a production of Hamlet in which he plays the title role.
The play is directed by Michael Grandage and also stars Penelope Wilton as Gertrude.
Law mouthed “thank you” at the audience for their reception.
Law played the role with ruffled hair and wearing dark clothing. Cast members were dressed in modern-day costume on the sparsely lit stage which had a grey stone background.
Law played the role with a lightness of touch that raised laughter in the right places.
His “to be or not to be” speech was delivered amid a backdrop of falling snow.
Doctor Who star David Tennant recently played Hamlet in a critically acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Company production.
Law, 36, was recently quoted by the Daily Telegraph as saying: “Hamlet is a bit like a great song that’s been covered by a load of different singers.”
He said it was a part he had always wanted to play, adding: “Every job is a little daunting. This is a little more daunting than others.”
Jude Law greets fans and signs autographs after his performance in ‘Hamlet’ at the Wyndham’s Theatre in London on May 31.