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FBI to contact Jude Law as inquiries widen in US

The FBI is planning to contact Jude Law as part of its investigation into whether News of the World journalists hacked phones in the US, after the actor claimed his voicemail was accessed while he was in New York.

The Sun enters frame as Jude Law makes new hacking claims

For the first time, The Sun newspaper was last night dragged into the phone-hacking scandal after it emerged that the actor Jude Law is suing Rupert Murdoch's best-selling daily title over the alleged interception of his voicemails while Rebekah Brooks was editor.

Heads Up: Anna Christie

A Jude-icious choice: Law turns to the dark side in O'Neill

Hollywood star Jude Law returns to stage

Hollywood star Jude Law is returning to the West End stage to play a sailor who falls in love with a prostitute.

DVD: Repo Men (18)

When a twist doesn't work, it can unravel a whole film.

Film remakes: Maybe you can hire... the right actors

The big-screen remake of The A-Team is the latest Hollywood film set to suffer the curse of disastrous casting

Hit & Run: Second fiddle is best

When hosting the 2005 Oscars, Chris Rock asked a pertinent question. "Who is Jude Law? Why is he in every movie I have seen in the last four years?

Model named as mother of Jude Law's fourth child

The mystery woman carrying Jude Law's fourth child was named today as American model Samantha Burke.

Film remakes: Stop me if you've seen it all

Hollywood has a long history of cannibalising itself. But, James Mottram wonders, have recent remakes tended to be even more pointless than before?

Law claims female photographer attack a 'nonsense'

Actor Jude Law today dismissed as "nonsense" an incident in which he was seen to apparently lash out at a female photographer.

Culture: Jude Law may have underdog appeal as Hamlet

Poor Jude Law. He must be quaking in his boots. He's been talking about playing Hamlet in the West End for at least seven years and the moment has finally arrived. He opens as the Dane at Wyndham's Theatre on Friday – and rarely have the critics' knives been so far out of their scabbards.

My Blueberry Nights (DVD)

Optimum Wong Kar Wai's American debut is like a parody of his earlier films: pretentious, vague, and smudged with hazy, neon-lit, slow-motion camera work. It stars Norah Jones as a New Yorker who breaks up with her boyfriend and hangs around Jude Law's café for blueberry pie and sympathy. She then takes a bus across the country, stopping off in Tennessee and Nevada, and crossing paths with hard-luck cases played by Rachel Weisz, David Strathairn and Natalie Portman. But nobody gets anything amounting to a storyline. The blueberry pie doesn't look very appetising either.

My Blueberry Nights, 12A

My Blueberry Nights (12A)

Wong Kar-Wai, director of the sublime In the Mood for Love, has made his first film in English, though from the stiltedness of his script you may wish he'd stuck to Mandarin.

Preview: My Blueberry Nights, cinemas nationwide

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