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Jude Law Joins Robert Pattinson In Queen Of The Desert

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Werner Herzog's Queen of the Desert — a biopic about English writer Gertrude Bell — just got added another beautiful British face to the growing A-list cast.

Jude Law will be joining Robert Pattinson and Naomi Watts in the drama that chronicles Bell's life as a traveler, writer, archaeologist, explorer, cartographer, and political attaché for the British Empire at the dawn of the twentieth century.

At this point, we don't know what role we'll see Law in and if any other big names will climb aboard. Based on who is involved so far though, we wouldn't be surprised to see more major stars get cast before the film is shot in Morocco this March.

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4 comments to “Jude Law Joins Robert Pattinson In Queen Of The Desert

  1. 1

    Gertrude Bell was an amazing woman - I hope this film does her justice. I thought Angelina Jolie was involved in this?

  2. sisi south africa says – reply to this


    Oooooh my! I hope not people will break up with their wives or so called girlfriends ooh wait she is perfect for this.just kidding calm the f@$#k down Ioved her in salt but rob and jude eishhhhh two heart throbs in one movie hai khona! I cant take it already hmmmm.

  3. teeter totter says – reply to this


    Sounds like a really good movie and one I will go out offr myy to see, so glad to see some original concepts as I refuse to see almost all sequels and renakes,

  4. tom says – reply to this


    Noooo! noooo! why does Pattinson have to play Lawrence? Can't they just use Peter O'Toole from LOA and work the performances around his dialogue?