In the sequel, Depp's evil wizard Gellert Grindelwald breaks free from imprisonment and sets about on a mission to create a new ruling class of pure-blood magical people.
Blake Lively, who was injured on the set of the film "The Rhythm Section," may be dealing with a bum hand, but her abs? They're mighty fine.
The author suggested via Twitter that there will be subtle hints about Dumbledore's sexuality at some point in the "Harry Potter" prequel series.
Jude Law is about to transform into the younger version of one of the most beloved “Harry Potter” characters of all time: Albus Dumbledore. You know, how Dumbledore is gay and was in love with Grindelwald in their youth. J.K. Rowling revealed the big news about Hogwarts’ favorite headmaster over a decade ago, but it’s never been openly addressed on screen in any “Harry Potter” film.
Director Guy Ritchie's 'King Arthur' starring Charlie Hunnam is loud, bombastic, and thuddingly obvious — a vulgar movie for vulgar times, says THR review
HBO premiered The Young Pope Sunday night, starring Jude Law as Pope Pius XIII. The first 10 minutes of the show was all just a dream, but after the pontiff woke up, it was still a nightmare for everyone in the Vatican, because the young pope’s people skills were seriously lacking.
As much an HBO fantasy piece as Game of Thrones, The Young Pope is a novel exploration of what it might be like for Rome to name an American pope who is embodied by a British actor. The actor is Jude Law, his un-pope-ish name is Lenny, and he arrives at the Vatican with the only person he trusts in the world: a nun played by Diane Keaton. An avowed conservative who seems also to be homophobic, the new pope confounds everyone around him — except perhaps his mentor, Cardinal Spencer, played by James Cromwell, who observes that “the young are always more extreme than the old.” Lenny — his chosen name is Pope Pius XIII — puffs on cigarettes and doesn’t mind blowing smoke at the niceties of papal decorum and traditions.
On Tuesday’s Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Jude Law joined the host for a segment called "Late Show Ping-Pong Eyeball Acting."
“I wasn’t even gonna come. I prefer to get my rejections in the mail,” aspiring writer Thomas Wolfe (Jude Law) tells publisher Max Perkins (Colin Firth) in this clip from Genius, opening in theaters on Friday. But Wolfe has a surprise coming: Perkins, who also discovered Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald, actually recognizes that Wolfe could be a great American writer. Based on a true story, Genius chronicles the friendship between the hard-partying Wolfe, author of the 1929 novel Look Homeward, Angel, and his famous editor. ...
Coachella has long been a place for dust covered and chemically altered teens and 20-somethings to dress up in their best boho chic and listen to music — when they aren’t too busy posing for Instagram selfies. While that isn’t something they’d necessarily want to do with mom and dad (horror!), some older celebs made it a family affair this year, attending the festival with their offspring. After their celebuspawns recover from the humiliation of having to hang with their parents at such a sceney event, maybe they’ll absorb some of these important life lessons it appeared their parents were trying to teach them during their days in the desert
As far as American literary giants go, Thomas Wolfe is one of the biggest. Maybe not Ernest Hemingway or F. Scott Fitzgerald big, but Wolfe was hugely influential nonetheless. The upcoming biopic Genius will shed some new light on the author’s life and works (and propensity to go waaaaaay over word-count limits), and you can watch the first trailer for it above.