Hard at work on his new gig, Jude Law showed up on the East End set of “Dom Hemingway” last night (November 20).
The “Sherlock Holmes” actor looked to have put on some weight for his role, though he looked just as dashing as he filmed scenes outdoors.
As for his part in the new film “Anna Karenina,” Jude explained that his years in the movie industry and life experiences made it possible for him to pull it off.
"When I was 25 I would probably say I could have played Karenin. When I was 29 and I put together a production of Doctor Faustus in London, it was successful but it took me the length of the production to realize that I was too young to play it. And I think the same would apply to this situation. I would have given it a good shot, but I think it would not have been as successful."
"I think you need to have a certain amount of experience to play certain roles. You want the audience to see a certain amount of wounds and battle scars that are obviously flickering in the mind and the soul."