… is very bad this evening and my smartphone connection it’s even worse so… bed or writing?
That hair is calling my name. My fingers want to run through that hair. They are dancing, making it very difficult to type. Dammit fingers, CHILL, it’s only a damn photo & not the real thing.
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the white king. I love him so much
Bello ” the white king” ;)
Ma dannazione, non ho mai trovato queste foto di dimensioni decenti!
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It’s Friday, it’s virtually the weekend, I’m allowed to want to do dirtywrong things to his intimate personage now, right?
Mr Brühl became a star in his native Germany with the release of Good Bye, Lenin!before going on to secure international status with a role in Mr Quentin Tarantino’sInglourious Basterds as Fredrick Zoller, a young German sniper whose heroic exploits form the basis for a Nazi propaganda film. He was in Toronto with Mses Kate Beckinsale and Cara Delevingne for the premiere of Mr Michael Winterbottom’s new movie, The Face of an Angel. The 36-year-old Mr Brühl plays Thomas, a film-maker who travels to Italy to make a movie about the Amanda Knox murder case and finds himself at loggerheads with the press.
What attracted you to working on this project?
Well, firstly it was such an of-the-moment story – but working with Michael was a big draw, too. He’s such a prolific director, such a chameleon – he’s turned his hand to every genre of film and his body of work couldn’t be more diverse. I felt that I was almost playing his alter-ego in this film… Michael disagrees with this sentiment slightly, but I feel that there are elements of him in the character.
How many times have you been to Tiff?
It’s my third time… Of course, the ironic thing about visiting a film festival as an actor is that you’re so busy promoting that you rarely get time to see any film other than your own. That’s sadly the case here – I’ll be leaving tomorrow to start filming in London with Bradley Cooper. It’s a movie about a man who attempts to make the best restaurant in the world.
Being an actor must involve a lot of dressing up.
Oh, absolutely. I’ve been given so many beautiful clothes in the one that I’m currently filming. It’s all Burberry and Paul Smith – I love British designers. Suits, ties, shirts, shoes… I just want to keep every piece.
Have you ever been able to keep the clothes you’ve worn in a movie?
No, sadly not. I certainly wasn’t able to keep the outfit I wore in Inglourious Basterds – but that’s quite possibly not such a bad thing.
Do you have any cinematic style icons?
As I mentioned, I’m an Anglophile, so I’m inspired by guys such as Benedict Cumberbatch, and Tom Hiddleston. And of course, it was such a privilege to work with Cara [Delevingne] too; she’s such a huge style icon.
Vulnerable Tom looking sad… I want to wrap my arms around him… *sigh*