Jude Law hit the red carpet for the premiere of 360 in England last night. He had some time off from the West End stage and his well-reviewed Anna Christie, which his pal Cameron Diaz checked out last week. Yesterday's event kicked off the BFI London Film Festival, and Jude posed with artistic director Sandra Hebron on his way into the screening. Jude's costars Rachel Weisz and Anthony Hopkins didn't join him in promoting the film, and they were likewise absent at the afterparty, which was held at Saatchi Gallery. Jude's back to focusing on his big-screen career now that his run in the West End production of Anna Christie has wrapped. He also has Hugo and Sherlock Holmes 2 coming out later this year, and two new posters for Sherlock Holmes were just released ahead of its December opening.
Jude Law Opens the London Film Festival With a Cute Cap and Suit
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