Jude law plays a woman–how daring!!!

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Bob ‘The Bitch’:
This is Jude Law from his new movie Rage. And I’d be impressed, that is if I was a paint peddling art student, wearing a beret, talking about life as an institution and self-expression as the only key to our liberation. However, thankfully all I tote is a bottle of jack around my living room while I watch Rambo: First Blood II on a loop two or three times a day. That’s just how I roll. But apparently the director of this abomination thinks Jude is being incredibly brave. According to her,

Part of the subject matter of RAGE is the ugly use of beauty in the pursuit of profit. Drugged by Marketing, sapped by fear of aging, conned by the cult of celebrity… image becomes all.
Jude Law, whose beauty has sometimes been held against him as an actor, made the courageous decision to accept the role of Minx – a “celebrity super-model” and took on a kind of hyper-beauty for this persona… a ‘female’ beauty which gradually unravels as the story unfolds.
Strangely, the more he became a ‘she’, coiffed and made-up – the more naked was his performance. There was great strength in his willingness to make himself vulnerable. It was an extraordinarily intense part of the shoot.

All I heard was bla bla bla vagina bla bla bla roar. But I’ll give Jude credit for one thing, he does in fact make a good woman. For years I’ve been like what does he remind me of and now I realize it was always a lady.

The players and their part…

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Actors Johnny Depp, Colin Farrell and Jude Law are leaving for Vancouver to take the place of Heath Ledger in the film The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus. The three stars will share Ledger’s character of Tony, the love interest in the Terry Gilliam-directed fantasy film about a traveling theater troupe that offers audience members a chance to go beyond reality through a magical mirror.
The Derobers were sent an image of the original Imaginarium last night and have synergized the image into a more relevant pop-incarnation. You will find this photo nowhere else. Click on thumb for the full image. As ever, Heath, you are missed.