"Side Effects" Trailer Released
Before he throws down a smoke bomb and vanishes into what we’re hoping will only be temporary hiatus, Steven Soderbergh is still delivering movies. His latest is psychological thriller Side Effects (originally known as ‘The Bitter Pill’, which sees Rooney Mara being drawn into a dangerous drama with her doctor (Jude Law) and husband (Channing Tatum).
Soderbergh has largely been able to keep the plot of the new film under wraps, though we do know that Mara will be the troubled Emily, whose life begins to unravel and she starts seeing a therapist (Law). It seems she’s having trouble dealing with the release of her paroled hubby, but the drug that Law prescribes has, as the title suggests, some dodgy side effects.
But from the looks of this, there’s a lot more to it than that, especially as she appears to grow closer to the medical man, which in turn brings his motives into question. Given the batch of returning Soder-burghers (including Catherine Zeta-Jones, Law and Tatum) and the presence of Mara, we’re hoping for good things from this one.
With a script by Contagion’s Scott Z Burns, Side Effects it set to arrive on March 15 next year.
Dior Homme - Un Rendez Vous
Hi, my name is Aniek and I will be helping out running the site. Firstup: Jude stars in the new DIOR Homme ad, Un Rendez Vous, which was directed by Guy Ritchie and starring out own Jude Law. check it out below.
AKA Peace Benefit Auction
Jude Law attends AKA Peace, a benefit auction of de-commissioned AK-47S re-imagined by contemporary artists, at Phillips de Pury & Company on October 4, 2012 in London, England
Public Appearances > 2012 > Oct 04 | AKA Peace Benefit Auction
Peace One Day 2012
Public Appearances > 2012 > Sep 21 | Peace One Day 2012
The Official Launch of the Carlos Acosta International Dance Foundation
Jude Law attends The Official Launch of the Carlos Acosta International Dance Foundation at The Royal Opera House on September 19, 2012 in London
Public Appearances > 2012 > Sep 19 | The Official Launch of the Carlos Acosta International Dance Foundation
Jude Law Provides Update on SHERLOCK HOLMES 3; Says There’s “Still a Lot of Legs” in the Series
Though Robert Downey Jr. is currently busy shooting the third installment of his Marvel franchise Iron Man, he has another popular series that’s poised to get the threequel treatment at some point in the near future. The success of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (it grossed over $540 million worldwide) spurred Warner Bros. to get working on another entry in the action sleuth series, as the studio hired Iron Man 3 scribe Drew Pearce to handle the screenplay last October.
Word on the project since then has been quiet, but Steve recently sat down with Jude Law at the Toronto Film Festival to talk about his upcoming romantic drama Anna Karenina. Towards the end of the conversation, Law provided a brief update on Sherlock Holmes 3, expressing his excitement at the prospect of reuniting with the Sherlock team for another go-around. Hit the jump to see what he had to say.
Towards the end of the interview, Steve asked Law if he knew when they were going to start shooting Sherlock Holmes 3:
“No I don’t yet. I mean there’s certainly talk of it and I know there’s a script being played around with, but Downey’s a busy boy and I’m a busy boy so we’ll see. But we want to [do another one]. We’re a very happy team and we have a lot of fun and we also think there’s still a lot of legs in the duo.”
It’s a minor update, but Law certainly seems game to return for more Sherlock Holmes adventures. He and Downey Jr. are likely mulling over a number of projects in the near future, but Law recently committed to starring in Wes Anderson’s upcoming The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Watch the portion of Steve’s interview with Law pertaining to Sherlock Holmes 3 below, and look out for the full interview closer to Anna Karenina’s release.
Jude Law and Keira Knightly on Daybreak
Hollywood stars Jude Law and Keira Knightly join us to talk about their new film adaptation Anna Karenina.
Jude Law ‘Pestered’ Wes Anderson To Join New Film
‘I’m very excited to be a part of that Wes Anderson family,’ actor tells MTV News about joining the cast of ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel.’
Right now is a good time to be friends with Wes Anderson. The writer/director, known for his unique visual style and idiosyncratic characters, regularly pulls from a pool of frequent collaborators, and he just scored the second biggest hit of his career with “Moonrise Kingdom.”
For his next film, which is reportedly titled “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Anderson is calling on a mix of familiar actors and some talent he has never worked with before, including Johnny Depp.
One of the newest additions to the “Wes Anderson family,” Jude Law, spoke with MTV News’ Josh Horowitz during the Toronto International Film Festival for his new film “Anna Karenina” and shared his excitement to finally work with the director.
Law told MTV News that his role in “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is something that’s been a long time coming. “I’ve been a huge fan of Wes,” he said. “I pestered him with emails for years, saying ‘I want to live in one of your films and I’d like to be in one of your films.’ ”
News of Anderson’s wish list appeared in July, but we haven’t heard much in the way of production details since then. Law, however, confirmed that Anderson should be shooting shortly. “[Anderson] sent me this wonderful script,” he said. “I think we start work on that in January.”
While Law hesitated to talk about the project at length, he did confirm Depp’s involvement and the size of his own role. “It will be the usual team [of actors]. I have heard Johnny Depp is indeed playing a key role in it,” he said. “I think my role is fleeting, but I’m very excited to be a part of that Wes Anderson family.”
DP/30 @TIFF 2012: Sneak Peek, Day One
Join Jacques Audiard, Thomas Bidegain, Marion Cotillard, Domhnall Gleason, Keira Knightley, Jude Law, Matthew Macfadyen, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Matthias Schoenaerts, and Joe Wright in this sneak peek at their conversations with DP/30′s David Poland, discussing Rust & Bone and Anna Karenina on the first Friday of the 2012 edition of TIFF.