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Daniel Bruhl is seen for the first time portraying fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld in new Disney+ biopic
www.dailymail.co.uk, May 19, 2023
Daniel Bruhl transformed into Karl Lagerfeld as he's seen for the first time portraying the fashion icon in a new Disney+ biopic. The actor, 44, certainly embraced the role as he sported the designer's signature sleek ponytail while filming new scenes on set in Rome, Italy on Thursday. The Spanish-German star - full name Daniel César Martín Brühl González Domingo - will portray the iconic German fashion designer in a six-part series called Kaiser Karl.
www.dailymail.co.uk, March 9, 2023
Daniel Bruhl is set to play late fashion legend Karl Lagerfeld in a new biographical series for Disney+. The 44-year-old Spanish-German actor - full name Daniel César Martín Brühl González Domingo - will portray the iconic German fashion designer in a six-part series called Kaiser Karl according to The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday. Bruhl - who starred in Oscar contender All Quiet On The Western Front - will play a young Lagerfeld in the series which will follow his rise in the French fashion world in the early 1970s. The series will be adapted from Raphaëlle
www.dailymail.co.uk, February 17, 2023
BRIAN VINER: The Netflix film All Quiet On The Western Front landed in October on the streaming platform, and since then has become one of its most-watched foreign-language films, racking up over 100 million viewing hours. So there's every chance you've already seen it and if not, you may well get a nudge on Sunday evening. Remarkably for a German picture, it is the most-nominated film at this year's Baftas. But is it as brilliant as so many people say, or is its success partly due to the novelty of it telling the harrowing but oft-told story of World War I from the German point of view? Certainly, it makes a change to see lavishly moustachioed German rather than British generals portrayed as buffoons, blithely willing to send once-idealistic young men to their near-certain deaths.