We have some new candids added to the gallery, to view click on the images below. Enjoy!
Also, we have some new project news for you! Apparently, the title of Repossession Mambo has been changed to Repo Men. Personally, I don’t really like that title. Check it out:
Darren Lynn Bousman of Repo! The Genetic Opera and his followers will now have something new to scoff at. Universal announced today it is changing the title of its organ harvesting thriller Repossession Mambo to Repo Men! Starring Jude Law, Forest Whitaker and Alice Braga, the film isn’t expected to hit theaters until the winter of 2010.
Also, Universal picked up Gold Circle Films’ The Fourth Kind and is giving it a November 6th release. The film, starring Milla Jovovich, is described as a fact-based thriller involving an ongoing unsolved mystery in Alaska, where one town has seen an extraordinary number of unexplained disappearances during the past 40 years and there are accusations of a federal cover-up.
Hey guys, Jude is super busy lately! I’m trying to update as fast as I can, and hopefully you all are pleased with me so far. I’m trying. If you run into any news that we don’t have posted yet, leave a comment and we will credit you.
Now, there is a certain rumor going around lately that I’m not too fond of, and I don’t honestly believe it. Supposedly, Jude was seen hitting a woman photographer. If it is real, no one knows if it was by accident or not. Check it out
He’s been known to lose his temper from time to time, and last night (July 22) Jude Law was accused of hitting a female paparazzo.
It was a typical night for the “Alfie” star, as he greeted his fans following his “Hamlet” performance before attending a dinner hosted by director Christopher Nolan.
And when he emerged from the private party, there was a plethora of paparazzi waiting to snap up his pic. That’s when the alleged incident occurred.
Harsha Gopal, a 28-year-old female shutterbug, claims Law struck her in the head. She explained, “He hit me full in the face. It was a real stinger, it was very sore.”
But Jude’s law man tells a very different story. “This is all nonsense. Last night’s incident was an accident. Jude was blinded by the camera flashes when he left the restaurant, raised his hand to shield himself and inadvertently struck somebody standing very close. He apologised and left. Pictures of this sort can often be misleading.”
What do you think? Was it an accident or not? I believe it was an accident, but I would love to hear everyone’s opinions!
In other updates, we have 2 new sets of candids available! To view, click on the images below or links. Enjoy!
Well, things are certainly busy in the life of Mr. Law lately. Here’s just a little bit about it.
The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus is supposedly going to be on Comic-Con this year. I’m not sure if Jude is going to be appearing himself, but from the looks of things he won’t be. Here is a little information about it anyways:
Thursday, July 23
4:30-5:15 Terry Gilliam’s The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus— Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of both Comic-Con and Monty Python, we welcome the sole American Python, the great animator and director Terry Gilliam (Time Bandits, Brazil, 12 Monkeys) to introduce you to his new film starring Christopher Plummer, Johnny Depp, Heath Ledger, Colin Farrell, Jude Law, Verne Troyer, Tom Waits, and Lily Cole. Dr. Parnassus is a fabulous anachronism, touring the streets of modern-day London in a horse-drawn carnival wagon accompanied by his beautiful daughter, devoted dwarf, and neophyte barker. On stage Parnassus plays a holy man whose Imaginarium can realize the innermost fantasies of all who dare to enter. Backstage, he is a drunkard, a gambler who centuries ago lost a wager with the Devil and must now pony up with his daughter once she turns sixteen. Tomorrow. Yet, there may still be hope for the Doctor and Valentina in the person of Tony, a well-dressed amnesic they rescue from a perilous fate and invite into their world of unrelenting magic and possibility.
To read the full schedule, click here.
New stills of The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus have been released. About time!! I will try to add these later today/tomorrow to the gallery, but for now you can view the new images here.
Also, there are rumors about a Cameron/Jude thing going on. Now, keep in mind they are rumors and not to be taken seriously. No one knows for sure, but if you would like to read several articles about it, then head on over here.
Hello everyone, my name is Chelsa and I am the new owner of Law Less. You might know me from Isla Fisher Love and Just James Franco. Maria has kindly given the site to me since she is very busy, and she did a great job! Later today I am going to add latest news and tons of images that have been popped up, so make sure to check back in about an hour or two.
UPDATE:As promised, I have updated the gallery with the latest candids of Jude, including him leaving the theatre and such. I am going to be adding lots more, I just have to figure out what needs to be added and such. I will be organizing the gallery a little bit better soon, so if it looks strange, don’t worry. For now, enjoy these images!
Public Appearances > 2009 > Jun 01 | At the Wyndham Theatre
Public Appearances > 2009 > Jun 18 | Leaving Wyndham Theatre
Public Appearances > 2009 > Jun 22 | Leaving Wimbledon in London
Public Appearances > 2009 > July 02 | Out in London
Public Appearances > 2009 > July 08 | Leaving Wyndham Theatre
Jude Law is mobbed by theatre-goers at the stage-door of the Donmar West End theatre after critical acclaim of the first week of his run of Hamlet.
To be or not to be on Broadway.
That is the question being mulled since Michael Grandage’s Donmar West End production of “Hamlet,” starring Jude Law, opened June 3 at Wyndham’s Theater to mostly strong reviews. Rialto producers and theater owners reportedly will be traveling to London to check out the revival for a possible New York run.
Previous Donmar Warehouse productions that yielded Gotham transfers include “Cabaret,” “Frost/Nixon” and the current “Mary Stuart.” If Law does bring his Hamlet to town, it will be the first visit of Shakespeare’s brooding Danish prince to Broadway since Ralph Fiennes won a Tony for the role in 1995.
Here’s what the London critics said:
* While noting that past “Hamlet” productions have been more personal and political, Variety’s David Benedict called Law’s portrayal “riveting, thrillingly vital.” He wrote: “The outstanding quality of this assured incarnation of Shakespeare’s richest work is its unerring sense of completeness.”
* BBC News’ Caroline Briggs rated Law’s performance “fine and solid” and “one that will surely answer those who sniffed at the casting.” However, she had less praise for Kevin McNally’s Claudius and David Burke’s gravedigger.
* While he lamented Grandage’s incorporation of ambient background music and found McNally’s Claudius “pathetically bland,” the Telegraph’s Charles Spencer was a major proponent of the show: “Anyone who loves the play will enjoy this ‘Hamlet,’ but the people I envy most are those who see it for the first time in this thrilling and deeply felt production.”
* The Observer’s Susannah Clapp joined the support team for Law’s Hamlet, but gave special plaudits to one of his co-stars: “Gertrude is one of the most unrewarding of parts. … But Penelope Wilton makes observation into an activity.”
* The London Evening Standard’s Henry Hitchings declared the strength of Law’s performance “impossible to deny,” but acknowledged “other roles have been less effectively cast.”
* Michael Billington in the Guardian found the production lacking in social and political context but nonetheless judged it “a swift, clear, well-staged version of Shakespeare’s most exciting play.”
n The Times’ Christopher Hart gave the show a mixedreview, calling Law’s work “a perfectly solid and respectable performance” but “not a Hamlet that will still be talked about in 10 years’ time.”
* The Independent’s Michael Coveney wrote perhaps the most damaging review, blasting Law’s performance as a disappointment: “For a start he’s not funny, which is sad given he’s playing the wittiest tragic hero ever written. His speed of speech is a terrible affliction. And he looks like someone en route to the gym, in his grey sweatshirt and baggy pantaloons.”
Law previously appeared on Broadway in 1995 in the National Theater production of Jean Cocteau’s “Indiscretions,” scoring a Tony nom for featured actor. If he does transfer with “Hamlet,” he will join a distinguished list of actors to tackle the role on the Rialto including Sam Waterston, Richard Burton, Leslie Howard, John Gielgud, John Barrymore and Edwin Booth.