Monday, September 26, 2011

The Public Booking for the London film Festival is open but guess what...the tickets for the opening Gala with '360' Jude Law movie are sold out :(


Wed 12
| 19:00
| Odeon Leicester Sq.
Thu 13
| 14:45
| Vue Screen 5
Sat 15
| 14:45
| Vue Screen 5

A dynamic and moving study of love in the 21st century from the director of The Constant Gardener.

Combining impeccable filmmaking credentials and an intriguing premise, 360 is a dynamic and moving roundelay of love in the 21st century. Director Fernando Meirelles (City of God, The Constant Gardener, Blindness) and writer Peter Morgan (The Queen, Frost/Nixon) give us a distinctly modern take on Arthur Schnitzlerís classic play Reigen (La Ronde), the starting point for this interlocking series of encounters between people in different cities and countries.
Schnitzlerís original used ten pairs of lovers from different sections of Viennese society to show how sexual relationships can transgress social boundaries. Morgan and Meirelles broaden this out, as the film weaves through Vienna, Bratislava, Paris, London, Rio, Phoenix and Denver into a single, seamless narrative. An ambitious young woman sees sex as a way to escape her background; a respectable widower wrestles with the conflict between desire and religious principles; a man grieving his long-lost daughter forges a bond with a heartbroken girl; a married couple come to see each other with fresh eyes. Individual stories connect, choices are made and directions taken but, as always in Meirellesí films, these are grounded in a sense of place. Each city the characters pass through feels real, vividly so.
As the narrative unfolds, what is also revealed is a terrific and well-chosen cast including Rachel Weisz, Jude Law, Jamel Debbouze, Ben Foster and Moritz Bleibtreu, the ensemble nature of the piece encouraging strong performances across the board. Even so, Anthony Hopkins is outstanding in his affecting portrayal of a father unable to move on. Meirellesí skill as a visual storyteller is much in evidence, and though helped by his locations, it is his composition within the frame that is most striking, complemented by some judicious use of split screens. The film also has a tremendous sense of motion, literally as its characters cross countries and continents, but metaphorically too, as each makes their own emotional journey.
Sandra Hebron
Fernando Meirelles
Jude Law, Rachel Weisz, Anthony Hopkins, Jamel Debbouze, Dinara Drukarova
Peter Morgan
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Thursday, September 15, 2011


Now I realize that Jude should never have the beard like he did, OMG he is soo gorgeous....kisss meeeeeeeee juuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude ... remember I got a picture with him with the beard I should travel there another time to have one without...getting crazy...really about him

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Nicole Kidman is talking about Jude Law and Cold mountaiin Facebook

It was such a treat to work with Jude Law on Cold Mountain. He brought Inman to life with such heart and courage. I'm really looking forward to seeing him inContagion. xoNic

Contagion hits the US Box office this monday with 1,66 Millions Dollars

Daily Domestic GrossMON, SEP. 12 2011

WIDE (1000+)

1Contagion$1,655,322-67%3,222--$514$24,058,9181Warner Bros.
2The Help$751,822-68%2,93592$256$138,079,6225Disney / DreamWorks
3Warrior (2011)$446,358-67%1,869--$239$5,688,4651Lionsgate
4The Debt$359,677-69%1,87650$192$22,227,3532Focus

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Keira Knightley and Jude Law officially cast in ‘Anna Karenina’

 'Keira Knightley and Jude Law are to star in a British film adaptation of Anna Karenina, it has been announced.
Oscar-winning writer Tom Stoppard will pen the script and Atonement film-maker Joe Wright will direct the epic romance, based on Leo Tolstoy’s novel.
Knightley will play Anna, a married woman who has an affair with a younger soldier. Law has landed the role of her husband, Aleksei Karenin.
The film, which casts Aaron Johnson as Count Vronsky, is due out next year, reports BBC.
Anna Karenina will be Knightley’s third collaboration with Wright. She starred in his 2005 film ‘Pride And Prejudice’, followed by the Academy Award-winning movie ‘Atonement’ two years later.
The Working Title production will begin filming in the UK and Russia this month.
‘We anticipate that this will be a defining screen version of Anna Karenina,’ said Tim Bevan, of Working Title Films'

Here is an article Ive already done in this blog

Keira Knightley will play the unfaithful wife in "Anna Karenina, the next film of his favorite director, Joe Wright. And that's not all. The new face of Chanel's fine play alongside Jude Law, who will perform her husband, an elderly Russian aristocrat.

Keira Knightley knows Joe Wright. He had given her the lead role in two of his films Pride and Prejudice and Atonement. Today she looks back on the screens in Anna Karenina, an adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's novel published in 1877 and considered masterpiece of literature.

The story takes place in Russia in the 19th century. This is a woman's Anna Karenina,a married to an old Russian aristocrat who is madly fall in love with a handsome youngman frivolous, from whom she will fall pregnant ...

The role of the beautiful Anna will be played by Keira Knightley, while Jude Law takes the features of the cuckolded husband. Regarding the soldier who will still the heart of Anna, it will be played by Aaron Johnson.

You know who is..the perfect man!

Tell me please why Jude Law will play the husband he still so gorgeous even more than  Aaron Johnson
Aaron Johnson
Keira Knightley


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