Jude Law has this morning arrived at London's Old Bailey to give evidence for the prosecution at the phone-hacking trial of former News of the World and Sun editor Rebekah Brooks.
The actor, wearing a white shirt and dark tie, arrived in a silver Mercedes before walking quickly into the building.
Brooks, 45, is accused of conspiring with others to hack phones, misconduct in a public office and pervert the course of justice. She denies all charges against her, along with six other defendants in the case.
Andy Coulson was told about a recording of a voicemail from actress Sienna Miller on actor Daniel Craig's phone, his trial has heard.
Jude Law discovered for the first time today that a relative had allegedly been paid by a newspaper for information.
A former tabloid reporter has revealed to the phone-hacking trial how the "dark arts" were used by newspapers to secure stories.