R14, I was dead set against him in that role. It bothered me that they chose a brit to play an American from the civil war south. But he was amazing. He won me over.
R11 Where is that pic from?!
uncut hairy cock and hairy hole yummy
Looked hot (and a little bit fey) today on Ellen
There are a LOT of Jude Law threads. Wasn't sure which one to bump. Anyway, has anyone seen Dom Hemingway? I hadn't even heard of the film until today. Jude clearly gained some weight for the role. He looks amazing filled out with a little extra meat on his bones. I mean check it out...
Did Jude Law and Rooney Mara get along on the set of Side Effects?
Eww, the guy is gross and not nearly as talented as he thinks he is.
I agree with you, r21.
I guess the answer is no then. Rooney Mara must have gotten on Jude's nerves during the making of Side Effects.
Isn't Rooney Mara a lesbian? She dated Portia DeRossi's ex.
He's not only straight, but a huge pussy hound...who cares about him? By continuing with this thread you're just inviting trouble. Those who shall not be labeled will flock here to trash all his baby mamas and how he needs to find the right woman and just settle down, maybe go back to Sadie!
At the moment, Rooney Mara is seeing Charlie McDowell, r24.
Extremely hot when he was young. He hit the wall early though. Early and hard. Like he was Korean.
He is very attractive. Something sexy about him.
Jude Law was gorgeous when he was younger. Unfortunately his looks have faded. Now his son Rafferty is in the spotlight and he definitely takes after his father.
He was Graham Norton this month, and he's just delightful. So relaxed, down-to-earth, and un-starry. Just as sweetly sexy as he ever was.
I can recall seeing him in After Dark magazine. So that shows you how very long a run he had on the British stage before Hollywood discovered him.
I wouldn't judge anyone by their appearance on Ellen. A stupid show with an uncomfortable host, that puts everyone who appears on it on edge to perform like a seal before the fraus. You can see the difference on Graham Norton, where stars look far more relaxed, and the alcohol is flowing.
Ewwww, the guy is gross. He is also unfunny and lacks wit.
I can't believe I'm in the minority in thinking that Jude Law is an incredibly sexy man. And he looks hot with a little extra meat on the bones.
He was great as Bosie in Wilde.
He might have peaked for a few years only, but he made the best of them.
His stage ambitions continue. He recently played Henry V, and when pushing his submarine flick a few weeks back said he hoped for other big Shakespearean roles. What adds to his sexiness for me is his voice.
You guys are obsessed with a performer's LOOKS!
Jude Law can act, I've seen him play all sorts of roles, same for Ewan McGregor. These guys will still be working actors, long after the latest Hollywood 'movie star' has faded.
I guess I'm in the minority, especially as a gay man, that I really don't care who a performer fucks in their personal lives, how their sex life affects their acting is beyond me, it actually does not!
Unless performers are homophobes, murderers, rapists or kill animals, what a performer does in their personal life has no baring whatsoever on their career.
As R19 wrote, Jude was great in Dom Hemingway, one of my favorite films of 2014. He did indeed look good with some weight on him.
[quote] I guess I'm in the minority, especially as a gay man, that I really don't care who a performer fucks in their personal lives, how their sex life affects their acting is beyond me, it actually does not!
Agreed. Thanks, R40.
[quote] I can't believe I'm in the minority in thinking that Jude Law is an incredibly sexy man. And he looks hot with a little extra meat on the bones.
I agree with the former but not the latter.
I am happy movies have immortalized that beauty. I am not sure why he wasn't very successful: lack of charm, lack of talent? He seems a bit smug, but I don't think he actually is. Maybe insecure?
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