Actor Jude Law has left some buried treasure, or should that be waste, for die-hard fans to unearth.
The actor, known for his role as Dr Watson in two Sherlock Holmes films, was in the Isle of Man last year to play the role of safecracker Dom Hemingway in the film of the same name. He put on weight for the role apparently by eating ice cream and drinking fizzy drinks.
Mr Law reportedly revealed at the Toronto Film Festival that he was shocked how terrible his character was on first reading the script and at the end of filming he decided to rid Hemingway from his life by burying items associated with him in a makeshift grave on the island.
He has been quoted as having said he ‘got rid of all the other stuff I used for it, all the fizzy drinks and cigarettes and we put them in a box and buried it with a little cross.
‘So anyone who really loves the film can go and look for the cross that says Dom Hemingway on it. It’s in a field somewhere.’
Dom Hemingway, a black comedy that also stars Richard E. Grant, was the 100th production for Isle of Man Film and the second shot after the government entered into an agreement with Pinewood Studios.
The filming of Dom Hemingway took place in the south of France, London with the production being completed in the Isle of Man.