Russell Crowe’s Unrecognizable Transformation in Nuremberg

Deadline has shared the first images from James Vanderbilt’s upcoming Nazi thriller “Nuremberg,” starring Russell Crowe and Rami Malek. The film is based on the book “The Nazi and the Psychiatrist” by Jack El-Hai, which tells the story of US military psychiatrist Lieutenant Colonel Douglas Kelley evaluating captured senior Nazi officials.

Crowe portrays Herman Göring, one of the captured Nazis, while Malek plays the role of psychiatrist Kelley. The star-studded cast also includes Michael Shannon, Richard E. Grant, John Slattery, Colin Hanks, Leo Woodall, and Lydia Peckham.

“Nuremberg” will offer a unique perspective on World War II through Kelley’s eyes, exploring the complex relationship between the psychiatrist and the notorious Nazi leaders. Director Vanderbilt, who also penned the script, expressed his fascination with the personal story between Göring and Kelley and their collision at a pivotal moment in history.

The movie, currently in production, does not have a confirmed release date as of yet. Stay tuned for more updates on this intriguing and anticipated thriller.


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