Jude Law Quits ‘Jane Got a Gun’
The actor walks after director Lynne Ramsay doesn't turn up for her first day at work.
The drama on indie western Jane Got a Gun has intensified, with the news that Jude Law has now exited the movie, reports Yahoo News.
Director Lynne Ramsay controversially didn't turn up for her first day on the set of the film in Santa Fe, N.M.
Producer Scott Steindorff was quick to lambast Ramsay, who had been key to the film's development, for her nonappearance, calling her decision “insane.”
It then emerged that Gavin O'Connor, director of Warrior, had been drafted in to replace Ramsay.
Law left the production because he signed on to work with Ramsay, not O'Connor, said Yahoo.
Joel Edgerton, who worked with O'Connor on Warrior, is still attached to the film, as is Natalie Portman, who is also a producer.
Law was brought in to replace Michael Fassbender, who also left the picture after reportedly clashing with Ramsay.
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