According to the organization’s website, Over the last 10 years, Peace Day has been proved as an opportunity for life-saving activities and action by individuals worldwide. For Peace Day 21 September 2012, Peace One Day is calling for and working towards a day of ceasefire and non-violence - the Global Truce 2012 campaign. We hope that this will be the largest global reduction of violence ever recorded on one day – and the largest ever gathering of individuals in the name of peace.
Keira Knightley and Jude Law looked to be having a great time together on the red carpet for the premiere of “Anna Karenina” in London. Keira dazzled crowds in a puffy white dress accented with a silver belt. Jude went for a more conservative, distinguished look in a grey suit paired with a grey vest and black tie.
The British Film Institute kicked off the 55th Annual London Film Festival with Jude Law in attendance for the opening gala of City Of God director Fernando Meirelles’ latest film 360.
Jude Law stars in 360 and posed for photos with artistic director Sandra Hebron while walking on the red carpet to celebrate the new film.
In a sharp grey suit, brown boots and a black fedora Jude Law looked the part of sexy leading man, but his new beard stood out more than anything.
But it’s Jude Law, he’d look good in anything and with a smile like that, he can wear his facial hair however he wants.
The Sherlock Holmes boys are at it again! Director Guy Ritchie and his best mates Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law buddied it up last night at the UFC 120 Fight Night held at the O2 Arena in London.
The trio looked like they were having a riot sitting up close and packed in for the fight which saw the United States’ Carlos Condit defeat Brit Dan Hardy.
Wonder if the boys got any inspiration for a fight scene for their Sherlock Holmes sequel which is currently in production…?
It looks like Jude Law and Sienna Miller’s relationship is heating back up during their romantic tropical vacation in Barbados this week. The newly reunited couple were spotted frolicking in the waves with Jude’s children: Rafferty, 13, Iris, 9, and 7-year-old Rudy. Overall, the kids seemed happy to be back in Sienna’s playful company. Reportedly, Jude’s family isn’t too happy about their reunion.
The couple’s post Christmas getaway is actually a double celebration, as Sienna’s birthday is today and Jude’s is tomorrow. For his birthday, Jude’s new Sherlock Holmes movie was the highest grossing film over Christmas. All in all, it’s turning out to be a pretty good week for the two of them!
Well, the day we’ve all been waiting for is finally here: the big UK premiere of Sherlock Holmes finally happened at the Empire Cinema at Leicester Square in London. Jude Law, Robert Downey Jr., Gwen Stefani, Gavin Rossdale, Guy Ritchie, Heather Graham and Rachel McAdams were all there for the event, and everyone was dressed to impress.
Heather Graham looked particularly stunning — she’s another famous celeb who hasn’t aged much over the last decade. It’s hard to believe she played Roller Girl so long ago!
Jude Law is currently delving into his craft on Broadway, where he stars in Hamlet. Last night was the big opening of the show, and from what I can tell the stage definitely suits him. I don’t know if it’s the makeup or what, but he looks pretty damn good.
Even his “widow’s peak” doesn’t look so severe. Maybe he’s born with it, maybe it’s Maybelline a freakin’ merkin. I don’t know, and I don’t really care…I’d still totally get in line to be his 5th babymomma.
I shouldn’t give Jude such a hard time. I met him once (he was laying on a couch at a hotel Starbuck’s in downtown Pittsburgh, of all places), and he was really very nice. Plus, the guy was engaged to Sienna Miller, of all people. He scores some sympathy points just for that.
Actually, Jude and I go way back. When The Talented Mr. Ripley came out, I saw with in the theater with my grandparents. I was sitting between them when his peen made its big debut on the silver screen. I was also in high school. AWKWARD! That thing came out of nowhere, and none of us were ready for it AT ALL. When we left the theater, my grandmother said “Hm, that was interesting,” and that’s the last time we ever spoke of the incident.
Kimberly Stewart and Jude Law reportedly got hot and heavy in a London nightclub recently. The two were spotted passionately kissing in the VIP area of 195, a nightclub that is an odd venue for the stars who are normally seen in London’s more exclusive haunts, however it is just a few miles from Rod Stewart’s Epping Forest mansion and estate.
An onlooker was quoted as saying, “We couldn’t believe it when we saw Kimberly Stewart snogging the face off Jude Law. They were really going at it and barely came up for air. He’s the first big name we have ever seen in there. So myself and my friends walked over and asked if we could have our photo taken with them. But they said no, turned back to face each other again then carried on kissing.”
Jude Law attended the premiere of Sleuth at the Toronto Film Festival yesterday in Ontario, Canada. Law, who was reportedly recently arrested for an altercation with a photographer outside his London home, is due to play the role of Hamlet in a new production in London’s West End. Performances are set to begin in 2009 and the play will be directed by Sleuth director Kenneth Branagh.
Actor Jude Law reportedly was arrested for assault yesterday after an altercation with a photographer outside his home in Maida Vale, West London yesterday. The snapper was said to have suffered minor injuries yesterday after the 34-year-old Law tried to grab the man’s camera Later, Law attended Marylebone police station where he was held on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm, which Law denied. He was fingerprinted and is to return next month.
Michael Caine, Jude Law and director Kenneth Branagh separated the men from the boys, arriving yesterday at the 64th Annual Venice Film Festival for the screening of their film, Sleuth.
The distinguished team responsible for the new version of “Sleuth” emphasizes that this is no ordinary remake. Anthony Shaffer’s 1972 screenplay has been completely rewritten, keeping the outlines, but gutting it as comprehensively as the new location – still an English country house on the outside, but its interior transformed into a hypermodern space of glass, stone and steel, equipped with all the latest electronic gadgets and surveillance devices.