Jude Law attacks chick photographer.

Jude Law, Attack, Photographer, Autmoat Bar, London

Ok….so…Jude Law, you know, that nice actor boy? Yeah, not so much anymore after he attacked a female photographer outside of the Automat Bar in London. Apparently his publicist is saying he was shielding his eyes from flashes or something…so, how long until he does the Chris Brown apology? Here is more from The Sun.

“This is all nonsense. Last night’s incident was an accident. Jude was blinded by the camera flashes when he left the restaurant, raised his hand to shield himself and inadvertently struck somebody standing very close. He apologised and left. Pictures of this sort can often be misleading.”

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Jude Law, dude looks like a lady.

Jude Law looks pretty hot when he is dressed up like a sexy supermodel. Either that or I haven’t had any in a really long time…..and this all begs the question, why is Jude Law dressed up like a woman? And when will I get any again? The afformentioned is easiest to answer, according to Sally Potter’s blog.

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.