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When it was announced that Jude Law would be playing young Albus Dumbledore in the Fantastic Beasts sequel (now called Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Johnny Depp's Hair), the response was largely: "That sounds fine." It wasn't rage-inducing, but it wasn't cause for an ecstatic fan freakout either. It was, well, serviceable. But executive producer David Heyman sees Law's casting as something much, much more.

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword isn't really about King Arthur. It's more the origin story of a boy named Arthur, one who will eventually become a king. So it's fitting that the best parts of the film have nothing to do with swords, kingdoms, knights, or anything like that. King Arthur is primarily a medieval gangster film, and that's when the movie is at its best.

We ended up with Brandon Routh and Henry Cavill, but the other names who almost played the role of Superman in the last 15 years is kind of incredible. From Nicolas Cage in one film to Brendan Frasier in another, dozens of actors were considered to be the Man of Steel. Among them? Jude Law.

Five years have passed since Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law last hit the big screen as Sherlock and Watson. Now, it looks like they're coming back again. A new writer has been hired to pen a screenplay for a third instalment of the hit mystery franchise.