After his directorial debut “Next Door” – which saw him make fun of his international success as a movie star Daniel, was forced to confront one of his neighbors on the way to a secret audition for a superhero movie – Daniel Brohl will be seen next on Matthew Von’s visit. ” The Kings Man “in the role of Eric John Hanussen, who was born in 1889 and is rumored to be a stage claimant and advising Hitler despite being of Jewish descent.
The prequel to the popular “Kingsman” series for release in December, the worst tyrants and criminal masterminds in history will plot a war to wipe out millions, as well as play Rice Ifans Rasputin.
“I had a lot of fun with Matthew and the cast. It was a strategic choice because it was an important part. It’s not big, but I hope it will reappear later, hopefully. This is the first thing you test: will they kill me? When will they kill me? How am I going to die?!, ”Says Brahal Diversity.
“Matthew has that level of brutal perfection, I find it incredibly interesting: every single shot is orchestrated, every single detail has to be 100% perfect. I was going to start my own film, so I told him: ‘I hope you have German pain behind you You don’t have to. ‘ Luckily, he was very helpful.He said: ‘Always make a decision, even if it’s wrong.’ Otherwise, you will waste time. ”
Bruhl, who is currently chairing the Feature Film Competition Jury at the Swiss festival, was joined by Stephanie Chuat, Andrea Cornwell and former head of Berlinal Dieter Kaslik.
“Dieter invited me to a jury in Berlin in 2016. Now, being president, I had to laugh out loud at his name. ‘Am I your boss? For a week? ‘ It’s ridiculous, ”he joked, admitting he wanted to make the whole process more democratic.
“The first thing I said was: ‘The jury has no president,'” he said, referring to the jury’s other experiences at the 2006 Cannes Foundation and short film competition with filmmakers Darren Aronofsky, James Gray and Tim Burton. There was a best – short film means you finished at lunch, ”Brohl said, lamenting that only one Golden Eye award would be given.
“It’s difficult, but there are no plans. It feels great when you discover someone new and help establish his or her career, but if the best film comes from a more experienced person, it would be unfair not to award, ”he said, recalling Zafar Panahi’s victory at the 2015 Berlinale.
“We called him on a secret phone because he could not leave Tehran. It was an incredibly touching moment, listening to his joy. The movies that I really care about, the ones that I initially wanted to be a filmmaker, are having a hard time and Covid-119 didn’t help. You need more than luck to succeed in affiliate business. ”
Wolfgang Baker’s “Good bye Lenin!” The actor who went through this has been consistently working abroad, most recently receiving acclaim for his performances in the period drama series “The Alienist” and Disney Plus and Marvel’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”.
“I didn’t hesitate for a second when I contacted Kevin Figueroa and Marvel. I deeply love this kind of entertainment. In my own film, I’ve ridiculed some of the things I’ve done but I’m actually very proud. I said, “Goodbye Lenin!” Or ‘Alienist.’ Not so much Marvel, because they have always treated me well. When they were interested in me, they would send me actual scripts, even though they were complicated to get. I don’t know how many security measures I had to download, “he said.
“‘Please tap yourself for this part, here you have four lines and the rest are blurred.’ You don’t know who you want to fuck with or what it’s for, and they leave: ‘We can’t tell you anything,’ ”he says.
“It’s never been the case with Marvel, even though Helen, one of the people calling me ‘Next Door’, is a real Marvel producer. I didn’t tell her what the movie was about, so I turned it upside down!”