Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Jude Law judging Arab Film Studio

Jude Law is part of the panel judging the shortlisted six submissions in Image Nation’s short film competition, Arab Film Studio. His fellow jurors include the director David Frankel (The Devil Wears Prada), the Emirati filmmaker Nawaf Al-Janahi and the chair of Hyde Park Entertainment Ashok Amritraj. The finalists are entries from the UAE, Egypt, Oman, Algeria, Syria and USA. An award ceremony will be held on Monday at the Yas Viceroy Hotel in Abu Dhabi.

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Jude in Florence for Eyewear Vogue Man and maybe a new collaboration with Pitti Man.....

"The meeting takes place near the Ponte Vecchio of Florence, at the launch of the campaign Spring/Summer 2013 of Vogue Eyewear for Men. The protagonist is Jude Law with the photographer Peter Lindbergh. I've 15 minutes for talk with him. I sit down next to him, I turn on the microphone of the mobile phone, I look up an...d... I block. The short hair and the gray t-shirt make him more "interesting" than the big screen, so much to take my word. Indeed, if I must say the truth, I just say a word: "Allora..." (means "so", but she said it in italian), so he says "I really like this word: alòra (he tries to say "allora" in italian).
Journalist: Thanks to Vogue Eyewear for Men, you have become the symbol of English male elegance. When you see yourself in the mirror, who do you see?
Jude: An aged man... Really. Of course, this means more experience, but a lot of years have already passed.
Journalist: The advertising campaign is signed by Peter Lindbergh. How was working with him?
Jude: Incredible. I met him other times and I really like work with him because he's a true professional.
Journalist: If you had to be forced to wear a pair of glasses, which would you choose?
Jude: Eyeglasses, I would not know, but sunglasses, what I wear (Aviator sunglasses).
Journalist: These days is in the italian cinema there is "360", and a character in the movie says: "Because in the life, in an istant, everything can change." Do you have already live this moment?
Jude: Of course! Things continue always to change. Maybe, one of the most decisive moments, was when I met the mother of my kids.
Journalist: The next year, in the cinemas will be "Dom Hemingway", and its story talk about a safecracker. In the preview pictures you're unrecognizable...
Jude: That's true, an orrible character, naughty and above all very ugly. I had to grease, drink whiskey and smoke a lot of cigarettes. It was very hard because it was summer and the movie was set in winter.
Journalist: The most beautiful picture that you went to the eyes?
Jude: It will be trivial, but that of my children. They was and are a wonderful emotion.
Journalist: Today you are 40 years old,can you forecast how you will be in the next 40 years?
Jude: I would say theatre, but it would not be true. For me the set and the stage are both important. What I am is thanks to Samuel Beckett because when I was a little boy, on the table of my house there was one of his books and I liked it, even if i didn't read it. It was a sign.
Journalist: What are your plans for tonight?
Jude: I must go back to Paris for work. But yesterday I went to eat in a tuscan restaurant, and this morning I did jogging around the city to dispose. Nothing has changed! It's like 20 years ago.
Journalist: Are you in love?
Jude: Yes..... of my work and my children (he smiles)
Well, I understand. The time is over. He stands up to tighten my hand, so I shoot me his hand and I give him a kiss. When could happen again?"

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Jude spotted I don't know where........................but he's always amazig!!!!

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Jude Law joins cast of Treadaway's fundraiser A Curious Night at the Theatre

Jude Law will join The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time stars Luke Treadaway and Niamh Cusack as part of A Curious Night at the Theatre, a unique charity gala at the Apollo Theatre on 1 July 2013.
The event, which raises money for charities Ambitious about Autism and The National Autistic Society, is being produced by Treadaway and director Katy Rudd.
Speaking to WhatsOnStage recently, Treadaway, who recently won an Olivier Award for his portrayal of Christopher Boone, said he had the idea for the fundraiser when visiting autistic schools in preparation for playing the role.
A Curious Night at the Theatre features the world premiere of Simon Stephens and Mark Haddon's especially-written sequel to The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
Jude Law

The new play, a detective story, will feature live performances from Jude Law, Luke Treadaway (as Christopher Boone) and Niamh Cusack as well as filmed performances from Helen Mirren, BAFTA-winning James Bond actor Ben Whishaw, Doctor Who's Matt Smith and Sherlock's Andrew Scott. Filming is by the Messrs Group.
The event is being hosted by Mel Giedroyc, comedian and co-presenter of The Great British Bake-Off, and also contains stand-up comedy from Simon Amstell. Music is provided by singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Bat for Lashes, the all female vocal group The Boxettes, pianist Derek Paravicini and The James Christy Band.
There will also be a live auction with lots including tea at the Ritz with Matt Smith and a walk on role in War Horse.
For tickets call 0844 482 9671.

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Jude was spotted in Cumberland Mall (photo), Atlanta, GA, USA.

Is it the new look for next Bleak Sea he's going to film at the end of July?

OMG!! He's always terrific!! Isn't he??? LOL

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Jude Law is to star in Black Sea, to film in the UK later this summer.

Jude Law takes on risky underwater mission

The underwater thriller is about an out-of-work submarine captain (played by Law) who, desperate to find work, takes on a dangerous job from a mysterious employee. But he soon realises that his crew could be as dangerous as his mission– finding a stolen sub at the bottom of the Black Sea.
The director is Kevin Macdonald, who also produces alongside Charles Steel - the pair have collaborated before on The Last King of Scotland and How I Live Now. The screenplay is by Dennis Kelly, who wrote the conspiracy thriller drama series Utopia, shown on Channel 4 in the UK.
Filming on Black Sea commences at Pinewood Studio at the end of July.

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