Jude Law May Be Joining The Cast Of Disney’s Maleficent

The rumor mill is churning and this time I hope it’s true. A source for Life & Style magazine is reporting that Jude Law is in talks to star in Maleficent. The part he’s up for is Stefan, the half-human, half-fairy father of Sleeping Beauty.

What a delicious treat that would be for fans everywhere. Law starred alongside Angelina Jolie in Sky Captain & The World of Tomorrow and to see them together on screen in Maleficent would be great. Talk about eye candy!

Casting for the live-action fairy tale continues but so far, Jolie is in the title role, Elle Fanning is reportedly in talks to play Aurora (Sleeping Beauty), Patrick Stewart may have been already offered the role of King Henry and, both Judi Dench and Emma Thompson are rumored to be in consideration for the part of Flittle.

For those unfamiliar with the project, check out the plot summary below.

The live-action film explores the origins of the evil fairy Maleficent and what led her to curse Princess Aurora in Disney’s animated classic Sleeping Beauty. Leading a team of visionary filmmakers known for creating and transporting audiences to new and exciting worlds, Academy Award®-winning production designer Robert Stromberg (Avatar, Disney’s Alice in Wonderland and Oz The Great and Powerful) will direct with a script by Linda Woolverton (Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, and Alice in Wonderland). Maleficent is produced by Joe Roth (Disney’s Alice in Wonderland and Oz The Great and Powerful).

Is there anyone that you would love to see added to this ensemble? Let us know in the comment section below.

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Lindsay Sperling

Lindsay Sperling has A.D.D. and her tastes reflect it. Her movie collection boasts everything from Casablanca to John Tucker Must Die to every season of Sons of Anarchy to-date. She adamantly supported a Veronica Mars Movie (yes, she did make a donation to see it happen..and also possibly for the t-shirt), hopes that the Fast & Furious franchise continues far into the future, and has read every popular YA book series turned film in recent years (except Harry Potter..). When she's not on an indie film set or educating the youth of America, she uses her time arguably productive as a freelance writer.