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Remember that terrifying bit in Who Framed Roger Rabbit? You know, that bit towards the end when Judge Doom’s eyes pop out and his voice goes all squeaky? This bit:

(Image: Tumblr)
(Image: Tumblr)

Blimey. That’s still frightening, 28 years on. *fans self*

Well, prepare to be terrified once more. Or at least, never to look at Jude Law—or Hamlet, or Titanic even—the same way, ever again.

The actor joined Stephen Colbert on The Late Show to talk about his upcoming movie Genius last night (June 7), but he wasn’t let off that easily. Noting some of Jude’s well-known roles in The Talented Mr Ripley and Sherlock Holmes, the talk show host wondered if he would be prepared to give an acting masterclass, starting with Hamlet’s “To be or not to be” speech—a staple in any actor’s repertoire—and moving seamlessly on to another equally dramatic scene: that bit at the end of Titanic with Jack and Rose.

There was just one catch. He’d have to do it wearing ping-pong balls for eyes. Here he goes:

Give that man an Oscar.

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Filed Under: Jude Law, Stephen Colbert
By Kat Sommers
Kat is a freelance writer for Anglophenia.