‘Dom Hemingway’ Set Photos with Jude Law and Madalina Ghenea

Richard Shepard directs this crime drama about an ex-con seeking to collect a debt after spending 12 years in prison.
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‘Dom Hemingway’ Set Photos with Jude Law and Madalina Ghenea

Last month, we showed you the first official photo from Don Hemingway, director Richard Shepard's crime drama that is currently shooting in London. Today, we have a batch of new set photos featuring star Jude Law (rocking a handlebar mustache) and newcomer Madalina Ghenea. The story follows a safe-cracker (Jude Law), who is determined to collect a debt owed after spending 12 years in prison (a.k.a. a British version of Mel Gibson's Payback). Take a look at these photos from the set in jolly old England.

Dom Hemingway Set Photo #1

Dom Hemingway Set Photo #2

Dom Hemingway Set Photo #3

Dom Hemingway Set Photo #4

Dom Hemingway Set Photo #5

Dom Hemingway was released April 2nd, 2014.

Sources:Just Jared

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