Who would have thought a movie about a book editor would be enjoyable?
A great movie that’s released in January is good is like finding $20 on the ground. It rarely happens. But when it does, you want to shout out loud and jump up and down. So, here I am, shouting and jumping because Black Sea is one of those rare January movies that’s actually good. Like, really really good. Jude Law plays Robinson, a man who’s given his life to working on and in the water. When he’s laid off from his job as a the Captain of a submarine salvage crew, he and his newly fired pals come up with ... Read more
Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy) is an unassuming, desk-bound CIA analyst, and the unsung hero behind the Agency’s most dangerous missions. But when her partner falls off the grid and another top agent is compromised, she volunteers to go deep undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer, and prevent a global disaster.
Jude Law is receiving considerable praise for playing against type in Dom Hemingway, a film about a roughneck, hard-drinking, womanizing safe-cracker. It’s certainly not the type of role Law would have played in the late 1990s and seems to be the culmination of the more grotesque roles that he has dabbled in with movies like Road to Perdition. Speaking with IndieWire, Law revealed how he felt about playing the Dom Hemingway character and why he felt responsible to take on a more prominent behind-the-scenes role during production. Though the Dom Hemingway character is quite a cad, Law admits it was ... Read more
I hope Anderson adds Fiennes to his growing list of actors who he works with because this collaboration is well worth seeing again and again.
If you only look at his filmography, you might think Jude Law has been somewhat wanting for work in recent years because while he’s appeared in a dozen films since 2009 they have mostly been supporting roles. However, when Law isn’t on a movie screen he can often be found on a stage, as he is currently in a West End production of Henry V. In a conversation with USA Today, Law explains why he continues to go back to theater (and Shakespeare specifically) and what he finds different between his film roles and theater roles. Law insists that theater ... Read more
Like most actors, Jude Law has been in both great films and, well, not-so-great films. And though he’s made more of the former than the latter, he admits something that most actors in his position wouldn’t: when he’s not challenged on a project, he finds filmmaking boring. That is why he tells The Mirror that he was happy to star in Dom Hemingway because it offered the challenge of undergoing a radical change in body type (and not in a Hugh Jackman Wolverine way.) As for movies in general, Law confesses he finds them dull. He says, “I really love ... Read more
Synopsis: Two actors with very different concerns meet at an airport and find that they have more in common than it at first seems. Inspired by a real-life incident and by Belarus Free Theatre. Director: Vladimir ShcherbanWriters: Nicolai Khalezin and Laura WadeStarring: Jude Law and Nicolai Khalezin
Jude Law had an explosive film career in the 1990s and early 2000s, and though he continues to star in high-profile films like the Sherlock Holmes series and Side Effects he's also made a regular effort of returning to his roots as a theater actor.
Jude Law was ready to take on a challenging part in the new adaptation of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina, in which he plays Karenina's husband, Karenin.
Director: Guy Ritchie Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law, Noomi Rapace, Jared Harris, Eddie Marsan, Stephen Fry, Gilles Lellouche Writers: Kieran Mulroney, Michele Mulroney