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Jude Law He has worked in blockbusters such as Sherlock Holmes and “Fantastic beasts: The secrets of Dumbledore”but now he revealed what was the series of films that he was passionate about as a child and that contributed to his love for cinema.
In a recent interview with Empire 50 year old british actor He did not hesitate to mention “Star Wars” as the movie that impressed him when he was only six years old: “It’s what I played when I was little. It was the toys I grew up with, the ones my dog ate, the ones I lost, the ones I cried for. “Star Wars” is all of that.”
Law would never have imagined that several decades later he would play a Jedi knight in the television series “Skeleton crew.”based on that science fiction saga and which will soon be released on the platform Disney+. “Seeing this galaxy, this world that we all loved growing up, the heroes, the villains, through the eyes of children, it’s brilliant.” The actor (who a few days ago attended the Cannes Film Festival to present the film Firebrand) said that for his performance in the series he included elements of Han Solo -his favorite character from “Star Wars”– for inspiration: “What I wanted was to add Solo’s humor and sarcastic nature to it. That tone.”