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Jude Law and others sued News of the World, after it was found that the British tabloid had tapped his phone and listened to voicemails in an attempt to gather exclusive information and the case has finally been settled.
The best-selling Sunday tabloid is faced about 20 lawsuits after allegedly hacking several other celebrities, politicians and sports personalities.
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Jude Law has nothing but praise for his new co-star Noomi Rapace in "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows." In fact, Law says he couldn't imagine any other actress stepping into Noomi's role as Sim.
"Noomi is just about the only person in the world I can imagine playing her [Sim]," Law said in an interview provided by Warner Bros. Pictures. "Noomi is a great combination of being incredibly feminine and very touching and also very tough."
Jude Law is suing News of the World, after it was found that the British tabloid had tapped his phone and listened to voicemails in an attempt to gather exclusive information on the actor.
The best-selling Sunday tabloid is currently facing about 20 lawsuits after allegedly hacking several other celebrities, politicians and sports personalities, but more cases are expected to be brought forward, Reuters reports.
Jude Law is in talks to join the cast of "Anna Karenina," to star alongside Keira Knightley, Variety reports.
The film will be based on Leo Tolstoy's classic, with an adapted script by Tom Stoppard. Knightley has already signed on to portray Karenina, a woman bound in a loveless marriage who lusts after a soldier. Aaron Johnson of "Nowhere Boy" is also said to be in negotiations for a role in the Working Title flick.
Jude Law will be a presenter at the at the 2011 Academy Awards, whose ceremony takes place on February 27 and airs live on ABC at 8 p.m. ET.
The actor, who received his first nomination in 1999 for his supporting role in "The Talented Mr. Ripley," joins a long list of celebrities who will be on hand to hand out the awards. Others set to present at the 2011 Academy Awards include Hugh Jackman, Robert Downey Jr., Halle Berry, Jeff Bridges, Sandra Bullock, Marisa Tomei and Oprah Winfrey.
Jude Law and Sienna Miller have broken up again after dating on and off for the last few years, the actor's spokesperson confirmed to OnTheRedCarpet.com.
Law, the 38-year-old star of films such as "Sherlock Holmes," and Miller, who is 29 and has appeared in movies such as "Stardust," have not commented on the reason for the split.