Jude Video: Jude Law’s Thoughts on a Third ‘Sherlock Holmes’
Jude Law’s Thoughts on a Third ‘Sherlock Holmes’
Are Jude Law and Robert Downey Jr. heading back to the big screen for “Sherlock Holmes 3”?
Law told “Extra’s” AJ Calloway, “I would love to!” adding that he’s just as excited about seeing another crime-fighting adventure in this popular movie franchise. “We’ll see. I haven’t been approached.”
Calloway suggested calling Downey Jr. and Jude smiled, “I keep trying. He has a lot on his plate. He’s a busy man.”
In the meantime, Law is promoting his latest thriller “Black Sea,” in which he plays a gritty submarine caption leading a misfit crew of desperate men to the bottom of the Black Sea to recover rumored treasure from a sunken WWII German U-boat.
Law explained they shot parts of the film inside an actual submarine, but he didn’t feel too claustrophobic. “It wasn’t too bad for me. You have to get into a zone when you’re in there for the whole day. You have to be patient and keep calm.”
The actor also admitted there “was a lot of testosterone. A lot of male bonding.”
Law will next be seen in the new action comedy “Spy,” with funnylady Melissa McCarthy. Jude smiled, “That was a blast!”
Jude News: Jude Law says getting older is bringing new roles, but disagrees with Russell Cr
Jude Law says getting older is bringing new roles, but disagrees with Russell Crowe on chances for actresses
He’s no Russell Crowe.
Actor Jude Law says that turning into a rugged 42-year-old man has given him career opportunities that aren’t there for women.
“There’s an opportunity after a certain age — for actors, unfortunately not for actresses — but certainly for actors to investigate a type of character that you’re not necessarily open to when you’re in your 20s or 30s,” he told us at the Landmark Sunshine premiere of “Black Sea.”
In the film, Law, who says he doesn’t have much experience at sea, plays a rugged submarine captain.
“I’m just curious to do things I haven’t done,” he told us.
Law’s comments appear to run opposite Crowe’s controversial remarks in January’s issue of Australian Women’s Weekly, where the “Noah” star said there are plenty of roles for middle-aged actresses who are willing to adapt.
“I think you’ll find that the woman who is saying (that roles have dried up) is the woman who at 40, 45, 48, still wants to play the ingenue, and can’t understand why she;s not being cast as the 21-year-old,” Crowe told the mag.
Actresses including Famke Janssen and Jessica Chastain quickly attacked Crowe’s comments, with Chastain telling us “Russell keeps getting his foot stuck in his mouth!”
In “Black Sea,” which opens nationwide Friday, Law’s tough-guy seaman gets involved with a collection of sketchy characters searching for a sunken treasure ship. It’s certainly a departure from the 1997 sci-fi thriller “Gattaca,” where American audiences came to know him as a fresh-faced up-and-comer playing a character with perfect genes.
Director Kevin MacDonald isn’t so sure that Law’s film-idol days have passed, though he’s pleased with the performance he got from his leading man.
“On the surface, Jude didn’t seem particularly right because he’s a pretty boy, sort of known for his debonair romantic roles,” MacDonald said. “This is a very masculine, very sort of gutsy, strong, tough kind of character. A real leader of men.”
Law was certainly a leader or men after the Wednesday night screening when he hit the town with fellow British actor James Purefoy, “Dancing With the Stars” icon Derek Hough and model Sherita Dehon.
The group started at Chelsea “speakeasy” Bathtub Gin before moving to nightclub No. 8 for a nightcap. A clubgoer there tells us Law, again enjoying the opportunities available to aging male actors, was “surrounded by models.”
Jude News: "Spy", in esclusiva il trailer del nuovo film con Melissa McCarthy e Jude Law
"Spy", in esclusiva il trailer del nuovo film con Melissa McCarthy e Jude Law
Yahoo presenta in esclusiva ai suoi lettori il primo trailer ufficiale di Spy: il film segna il ritorno alla collaborazione fra il regista Paul Feig e le attrici Melissa McCarthy e Rose Byrne, già apprezzatissima nel blockbuster del 2011, Le amiche della sposa.
A metà fra commedia e film d'azione, Spy, come facilmente intuibile dal titolo, è ambientato nello spietato mondo degli agenti segreti.
usan (McCarthy) è la migliore analista della CIA. Senza pretese, è costretta ad un'insoddisfacente lavoro d'ufficio. Quando il suo affascinante partner sul campo (Jude Law) scompare e l'identità dell'unico agente (Jason Statham) in grado di salvarlo viene compromessa, Susan sarà costretta a fare da sola. Si ritroverà a fronteggiare un'organizzazione criminale dell'Europa dell'Est capeggiata dalla trafficante d'armi Rayna Boyanov (Rose Byrne).
Girato a Budapest, in Ungheria, il film, nel cui cast figurano anche Miranda Hart e Allison Janney, sarà distribuito nelle sale italiane a partire dal 3 giugno 2015.
Il trailer di Spy arriva a pochi giorni dall'annuncio che la McCarthy prenderà parte a Ghostbusters III, il terzo capitolo - tutto al femminile - dedicato alla saga degli Acchiappafantasmi. Per l'attrice, lanciata dal personaggio di Sookie, la migliore amica di Lorelai Gilmore nella serie televisiva Una mamma per amica, il 2015 si prospetta un anno molto impegnativo, sotto molti punti di vista. A novembre, dopo alcuni mesi di basso profilo, la McCarthy ha annunciato di aver smaltito 20 chili per prepararsi al meglio ai prossimi ruoli che l'aspettano.
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