Jude Law spotted in Primrose Hill Jude Law brings his kids, Rudy and Iris, to a toy store to stock up on some goodies on Monday (August 13) in Primrose Hill, London, England. Later in the day, the 39-year-old actor and his children stopped off at a store to buy some snacks.
Jude Law has revealed that he was drawn to his new movie 360 because of its multicultural and multilingual aspect.
The British star plays Michael Daly, a businessman in a hollow marriage, who the audience first encounter when he's waiting to meet an escort. His decision to remain faithful to his wife sparks a series of events which ripple around the globe via Paris, London, Bratislava, Rio, Denver and Phoenix, before eventually returning, 360 degrees, to where the chain began.
Jude, 39, who co-stars with Rachel Weisz, said: "I was excited about being in something with multiple languages, and it's very much about humans being humans and trying to do the right thing.
"Yet it's in all these different languages, and I got to meet all these wonderful actors from around the world."
He added: "Something Fernando [Meirelles, the director] said to me before I started, which really warmed me to this project, was that everyone in it is trying to do the right thing.
"Michael is a normal, regular, flawed human being. There's nothing particularly special or spectacular about him. He's just a regular Joe. He's working hard but at the same time kind of missing his life. He wants to do right by his family and do right by himself."
:: 360 is released in cinemas on Friday, August 10.
Some Jude Law' scenes from Anna Christie on stage last year
On August 5th 2012
Last year in this period the play Anna Christie started, where our Jude was fabulouse....For the unlucky "girls" who didn't see him on stage...dear, let's have a look at few moments of his interpretation..... just a little before the third minute! ;)!
In spite of a high-visibility, award-laden personnel – the writer of The Queen and Frost/Nixon, Peter Morgan; the director of City of God and The Constant Gardener, Fernando Meirelles; Anthony Hopkins, Jude Law and Rachel Weisz among the cast – this weighty worldwide web-of-life met with a lukewarm response at its Toronto premiere last year, and was slow in finding UK distribution.
Clearly it suffered from the fact that this sort of structure – multiple lives that touch and then split off in ways that emphasise both our separateness and our deep connections – has become a cliché, and an unsatisfying one at that. Looked at coolly, 360 has its successful elements and sequences. Law, Hopkins and Weisz, playing characters variously troubled by historical and current sexual indiscretions, are all unusually underplayed, and all good. The cinematography, by Adriano Goldman, is supple and elegant. The problem is that there is way, way too much going on, and limited depth. Morgan piles sub-plot on to sub-plot – infidelity! Eastern European sex traffic! Alcoholism! Blackmail! Rehabilitation of sex offenders! - as if he’s simply set himself a personal challenge to out-web Guillermo Arriaga (writer of Amores Perros, 21 Grams and Babel).
The consequence of this dubious ambition is that no character has time to develop, and crazed coincidences are required to keep them all in the required loop of interconnectedness. Morgan’s dialogue, meanwhile, is yet more clunkingily expositional than usual. The global success of The Queen was doubtless partly down to Morgan’s style of spelling things out for the benefit of the dullest-witted viewer; but in a film that affects to embrace complexity, his literalism is an awkward fit; and people are too prone to the sort of dramatic personality conversions that only happen in the movies.
In a recent interview for the Italian newspaper "La Repubblica", the charming Jude Law said the period when he was in Italy doing "The Mr Ripley's talent" was amazing and the goldest of his life and he 'd like to come back again, but in order to work with directors like Nanni Moretti, Garrone or Sorrentino. However he knows that he would have to know Italian language to have this chance and this fact would be an opportunity to spend more time here in Italy.
Oh Jude we, your Italian fans, are looking forward you'll decide to do it! :)
Waiting for it...Let's watch this wonderful scene from "The Mr Ripley's talent"!