Jude Law for GQ Germany Magazine

Posted on April 18, 2014

Jude-Law-GQ-Germany-May-2014-TLO-1Jude Law covers the May 2014 issue of GQ Germany magazine.

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[Photo Credit: GQ Magazine]

    • Glam Dixie

      I think the time has come to shave off the landing strip. He just looks ok here. The filter or whatever the term is is not doing him any favors either. You guys, I’m having a crappy day, dead horse, necropsy, possible danger to all my other babies, etc. Maybe I need to stop offering opinions today. I’m in a crap mood. Carry on the good work guys.

      • @Biting Panda

        Oh Love, I’m so sorry. Sounds like you’ve got a shit day (few days?) ahead of you. We’ll keep you in our thoughts. Come to the Lounge tonight and give us an update. (hugs)

      • Jennifer L.

        *hugs* I’m really, really sorry.

      • Emily Smith

        As a fellow horse person, ugh ugh ugh. I hope the rest of yours are in the clear.

      • random_poster

        All that sounds awful. Big hugs to you.

      • sagecreek

        So sorry, Glam, we’re pulling for you!

      • Danielle

        Another horse person here, I feel your pain and hope the rest of them are okay! Hugs to you!

      • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ Alicia

        Sorry about your horse! Hope it’s nothing contagious to the rest of them.

        I have had a perfectly fine day and agree that he just looks OK.

      • ScarlettHarlot

        Oh no! I’m so sorry for your loss, and sending best wishes to all your other babies!

      • JP

        Sounds horrible. Hugs to you and your babies.

      • marlie

        Sorry to hear about your baby! xoxo

      • TLJezebel

        Please accept my sympathy.

      • formerlyAnon

        Well damn. Thinking good thoughts. I hope the vet can tell you something concrete about the risk to the other horses.

    • Vaniljekjeks

      Hi, baby, shave your head please. You’ll be a stunning baldie, I promise.

    • sienna elm

      Just realized it must be Friday! Thank you Uncles…you always know what we need. xo

    • @Biting Panda

      I’ll take it. Please and Thank You.
      (I love when a man embraces his baldingness)

      • marlie

        My bf has, and it’s HOT. He doesn’t even get why I think it’s hot, but I do.

        • another_laura

          Is it the abundance of testosterone, maybe?

    • MilaXX

      He fell out my crush closet for a while there, but I;m liking 40 something Jude Law even more than I liked pretty boy 20 something Jude.

      • Jaeda Laurez

        His face is more interesting now.

      • sagecreek

        same here!

      • Patricia Groves Dobrowski

        20something Jude never lit my fire. 40-something Jude, on the other hand…

        • Denise Alden

          I know. I adored him as Karenin. What a moving, lovely performance.

          • Patricia Groves Dobrowski

            It was Dr. John Watson that did it for me. It doesn’t hurt that with his hairline going the way it is, he now has a very (very) slight resemblance to my husband.

        • Wendi126

          Absofuckinglutely

      • eowyn_of_rohan

        Same. I like his seeming lack of vanity in how he’s handled his receding hairline. Also I saw him on Broadway as Hamlet and his charisma meter is off the charts.

        • Trent

          He was on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last month and was so low-key and charming (and cute) that I remembered why I used to crush on him. His “Funny Face-Off” with Jimmy was hilarious.

      • http://www.jaimieteekell.com/ Jaimie

        I’ll take 40 something Jude and the immortal Gigolo Joe, thanks.

    • Nicholas

      All magazine covers should have LASS ES RAUS! on them in big, bold letters.

    • random_poster

      The lighting in these photos make them look like they are very life-like pencil drawings. Sometimes I find him attractive, and sometimes I don’t. These shots aren’t doing anything for me. Sorry, Jude.

    • Jaeda Laurez

      I’ll take it over whatever John Travolta is doing or those hairplugs Nick Cage tried out.

      • onefifteen

        But, to be fair, Travolta and Cage don’t have the facial structure to pull off this type of look. I don’t hate on them for trying to make it last.

      • icm

        Yes John travolta should take note ,this is a guy embracing his receding hairline with grace. A receding hairline is a fact of life for most men. Covering it, combing it over , or growing what you have left longer are all attempts to camouflage. Truth be told all this trickery does nothing but draw MORE! attention to the fact your losing your hair. Kind of like when aging lady stars have the big heads of hair that are dyed black. Your fooling know-one but yourselves.

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      I don’t like these particular pictures. He’s starting to look all Corbin Bernsen to me.

      • Denise Alden

        Now I has a sad :(

    • sagecreek

      Huh. He’s never really been on my list, but the boy is aging well, I have to admit.

    • Denise Rambo

      He could be Phil Collins’ brother.

      • Laura Abrahamsen

        And, unfortunately, I’ve never thought of Phil as pretty. Put me in the Jude Law no longer does anything for me list.

    • Linderella

      Older and less “pretty,” but still the most beautiful man I’ve ever seen. Has been #1 on my Celebrity Freebie list forever. When I went to London in 2009, meeting him was my one goal, which accomplished on day 3. Not too proud to say I screamed like a little girl (in the body of a then-48 year old man).

      • ChaCha_70

        Details on your meeting please.

        • Linderella

          I wish I could brag that I stalked him down using great mental strategies, but in fact he was appearing in Hamlet, so I just went to the stage door and waited for about two hours. Still: met him. He’s gorgeous in person, those eyes are insanely beautiful. He gripped my arm so we were hand to elbow and used our arms as a “table” to sign someone’s program. I said, “I have nothing for you to sign, but I came all the way from America for this.” He said…wait for it…”Thank you very much” and smiled. Then I turned away, stepped around the corner and screamed like a little girl for an embarrassingly long time. I even stopped people on the street! Gah! But, as my best friend (who was with me), reminded me, “None of these people will ever see you again.”

          • boweryboy

            Great story. I’m jealous.

          • schadenfreudelicious

            I imagine you doing a scream thing like Laura Linney in Love, Actually when Carl came home withh her….

            • greymain

              EXACTLY!

      • SuzBald

        I met him once, too, and can we agree that he is that pretty or more in person?

        • Linderella

          He is. As beautiful as he looks on film, in person it’s quadrupled (at least). Didn’t those eyes make you lose all coherent thought?

          • SuzBald

            I was a bumbling idiot and he was not even famous then!!

          • kimmeister

            Holy crap, my mind can’t comprehend that much beauty.

      • conniemd

        He’s one of those men who looks better as he ages. I was never excited about him, but he’s gotten more interesting and sexy with age.

    • uprightcitizen

      Yum.

    • lamamu

      I’m fairly certain a girl just got pregnant from merely glancing at pic #2. That girl might be me…

      • boweryboy

        I’m a guy, and I think I got pregnant too.

    • Jessica Freeman

      I enjoy that these photos make him look real, instead of a perfectly polished airbrushed version of himself.

      • MommyMitzi

        I agree. But I must add that magazines never let women be themselves–those furrowed brows and other “imperfections” would have been Photoshopped away and that’s the sadness, and discrimination, of it all.

    • http://gabyrippling.tumblr.com/ Gaby

      Did they get the wax version instead of the real one?

    • jilly_d

      Love that he’s embracing the receding hairline. Of course, it helps when your face looks like *that*. He looks better than ever.

    • ScarlettHarlot

      Button that shirt up! In the words of Serge from Beverly Hills Cop “it’s not sexy, it’s animal!”

    • Malibufire

      Channeling Phil Collins…

    • Danielle

      Scruff and denim, a deadly combination. Swoon.

    • marlie

      The clothes are boooooring, but Jude gives good face. And the scruff suits him.

    • boweryboy

      Well, hello!

    • another_laura

      Now, see, I loves me a hairy chest. I absolutely do NOT understand the current fashion that promotes that it be removed.

      • boweryboy

        It’s really not that current. It’s been a thing since the early 2000s i.e. the metrosexual trend of “manscaping”.

      • in a pickle

        Yes, It’s awful. I was watching an old movie (Three Days of the Condor?) and almost passed out when Robert Redord’s glorious chest hair showed up. I hadn’t realized how desperately I’d missed hair on a man’s chest.

    • Crystal

      Unpopular Opinion: I think he’s creepy.

    • andi56

      Ich sehe einen Tippfehler auf dem Cover! There should be an apostrophe in Don Draper’s name.
      But other than that, I will say Jude Law did a lovely turn in “The Grand Budapest Hotel.”

      • charlotte

        No, it is actually correct without an apostrophe (although many people do make the mistake of using it).

        • andi56

          Mmmm…no. It reads “Don Draper’s Most Beautiful Women,” and that’s possessive. His name is Draper, not Drapers.
          I live by CMOS.

          • charlotte

            The apostrophe would be correct in the English language, but I assure you that it is incorrect in German.

            • andi56

              I meant in the English; not the German. I would never have taught that in my German class, though!

    • traceyishere

      yum

    • http://www.ellenciompi.com/ NurseEllen

      I vote for Jude to play Sting when they do the biopic.

    • CMSmith1848

      “Lass es raus” means “Let it out” in German. I wonder if that means anything . . .

    • Kate4queen

      Oh my lord I thought he was Phil Collins for a moment there!

    • lamh36

      Ooh. when did Jude Law get sooo filled out? I want to say around the time when he started the Sherlock Holmes films, he was def bigger there than in previous films.
      Me likey. I’ve never been a fan of the too slim Brit dude. I like a more solid build on my men.

    • demidaemon

      I can see a lot of effort was put into styling and photographing this cover/editorial.

    • malarson2

      On a recent Saturday afternoon when I wasn’t feeling well, I decided some serious pill-poppage and a looong movie to distract my misery were the way to mend. I chose Cold Mountain because it’s three-hours long and because Anthony Minghella’s untimely death. It certainly wasn’t because of JLaw’s (now there’s two!) involvement. Never was a fan. Boy was my mind changed by the end. I literally can’t stop thinking about him in that movie. And now he’s getting the best reviews (some even say he’s having a mcconaissance of his own) for a new movie called Dom Hemingway. He’s supposed to portray positively perfect British lowlife skulduggery. Yum.

    • d4divine

      I love a pretty boy who ages so masculine…yum!

    • Vtg Fashion Library

      I know what you did with the nanny, so you can stop looking at me like that.

    • Akemi

      Holy Bruce Willis what is up with his hair.