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The film earned middling reviews, but many appreciated Law stretching his range (though, let’s be real here, it’s impossible to make that man ugly, not matter how bushy his sideburns). I based it on an old recording I heard from a woman’s father, who was an old Alberdonian docker. You’re playing a Scotsman, and Sean Connery, who is a Scotsman, plays a Russian in “Hunt for Red October,” and there are Russians in your film, too. It’s like a magician showing how he does his tricks. There were some films and books…I kinda poked around to find Robinson’s motivation. Two films that inspired Kevin were “Treasure of the Sierra Madre” and “Wages of Fear.” Funny enough, just after I finished filming “Black Sea,” I was in “Henry V” [points at me and winks knowingly, as if we now share an awesome inside joke], and I’d done a little bit of prep work. Learning to be a leader, and stirring those who think they’ve got so little to take on so many. So I waded through two of his novels, which was no mean feat cause they’re so long. That sort of inspired me to go back and look at the Max Perkins library. Now in the second year of his not-pretty phase, Law leads an eclectic cast of character actors—Ben Mendelsohn, Scoot Mc Nairy, Konstantin Khabensky— in “Black Sea.” Law plays a submarine captain named Robinson who galvanizes a group of swarthy old sea dogs to help him find a sunken Nazi sub which purportedly contains millions of dollars worth of gold. I liked the idea that Robinson’s character had this hint of a less-than-perfect past, and Aberdeen has a great sense of pride to its sound. It’s actually called the Granite City, because of the color of the rock. That wasn’t a question, I realize, I just thought it was funny. I had great faith, since I’ve worked with him on two very big projects for the stage. I revisited Hemingway and Fitzgerald during the filming of “Genius.” I’ve just started—I don’t know how you say her name. I’m just aware at the moment that whilst I keep an eye, he wants to lay his own path and do his own thing.So Jude Law was naturally joined by his glamorous girlfriend Philippa Coan for a romantic night out in Rome as the 42-year-old actor took a break from filming his new TV series, The Young Pope, in the Italian capital.For almost 20 years, Law has been considered one of the sexiest men alive, a moniker that (unfairly) outshines his acting prowess.His first attempt to shed his gorgeous visage came in 2002, when he played a ghastly photographer-cum-murderer in Sam Mendes’ “The Road to Perdition.” But two years later he was back to being a sex symbol as he took-up Michael Cane’s mantle in the poorly-received remake of “Alfie.” But last year Law, 40, finally embraced the advent of middle-age with gravitas as the mutton-chopped meathead Dom Hemingway in the film of the same name. And I had a voice coach who was also from Aberdeen. Well, I’m not a big fan of divulging what research I do.
And Jude Law looked as loved-up as ever with girlfriend Phillipa Coan as they strolled arm in arm around London on Saturday.The Young Pope star, 44, refused to stray from the pretty psychologist's side as they headed out with his son Rudy and father Peter.