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"From Pilot to Pilot": Tom Cruise greets Charles III. from an airplane

"From pilot to pilot": Tom Cruise (60) greets King Charles III. (74) in proper style from an airplane. "Your Majesty, you can always be my wingman," says the Hollywood star, referring to his aviator film "Top Gun". Then he raises his hand in a military salute and takes off with the plane.

The video was shown at the coronation concert for the new king at Windsor Castle on Sunday. Cruise was at the controls of an old fighter jet, he was filmed from another plane. His jet is a P-51 Mustang that he owns. He flew it himself in Top Gun: Maverick.

King Charles has military aviation training
King Charles III completed military training from 1976. During his time in the Royal Navy he flew propeller and jet aircraft and piloted helicopters. So Cruise's pilot-to-pilot salute makes perfect sense. Incidentally, a wingman in the air force is a pilot who supports another pilot in the air.

The Hollywood star has had a second home in Great Britain for a few years, where he shoots the "Mission: Impossible" films. He is well connected with the royal family. For example, he invited Prince William (40) and Duchess Kate (41) to a private screening of "Top Gun: Maverick" in London before the official theatrical release.

Tom Cruise thanks above the clouds for MTV award
Incidentally, Tom Cruise used his excursion above the clouds to record another video: his message of thanks for the MTV Movie & TV Award. At the awards ceremony on Sunday, he won the award for Best Performance in a Motion Picture for his starring role in Top Gun: Maverick.

In the pre-recorded message, he thanks his fans for "the privilege of being able to entertain them." At the same time, he whets the appetite for his new film "Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning", which will be released in July. The MTV Award is enthroned behind him on the plane.


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Writers on strike in Hollywood: are the late-night shows cancelled?

As the influential US writers' union WGA announced, thousands of American screenwriters for series and films will be resigning from their jobs as of today (April 2).

The union's talks with the major film studios and streaming services had previously ended without an agreement. How long the writing union members will rest their work has not yet been announced.

Screenwriters in "existential crisis"
The reason for the strike: the authors are demanding better pay and better framework conditions for their work. According to the union, its approximately 11,500 members are in an "existential crisis" and are struggling with increasingly difficult living conditions. It would be about nothing less than the "survival of the writing profession".

Despite inflation, salaries have remained the same or even fallen. In recent years, a "gig economy" has increasingly developed in the industry, in which fewer and fewer fixed contracts are concluded with authors. Large companies are increasingly resorting to freelance authors for their productions, with whom only short-term contracts are concluded on comparatively poor terms.

Streaming companies under criticism
The focus of criticism is primarily on the large streaming companies such as Netflix, Disney + or Amazon. In view of the enormous growth in streaming offers, a higher salary and a higher profit share for the authors are appropriate. So far, they have often only received a fixed annual salary from the company.

The alliance of moving image and television producers (AMPTP), in which companies such as Disney and Netflix are also represented, announced that "generous increases" had been offered in the failed negotiations. The union, on the other hand, described these offers from the studios as "completely inadequate".

Billions in damage expected for the film industry
The current strike could cost the industry dearly. The last scriptwriters' strike in 2007 and 2008 lasted around a hundred days and caused total economic damage of more than two billion dollars due to lost production.

As with the previous strike, the mass walkouts are likely to be felt first on the TV channels. It is expected that the first late-night shows will be canceled this week due to a lack of scripts and punch lines.


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"Tatort: Seilschaft": Rabea Egg plays the young serial killer "Gogo"

The Zurich "Tatort: Seilschaft" (April 30, the first) amazes with a surprising twist. As it turns out, it wasn't the Italian or Albanian mafia who carried out the brutal murders of rich and influential men, but Gina "Gogo" Keller, a foster child who wanted to free his sister Zoé Keller (Cheyenne Tanner) from the clutches of the abusive men's association.

Another orphan, Ronja (Lillyenne Zünd), provided the Swiss commissioners Tessa Ott (Carol Schuler, 36) and Isabelle Grandjean (Anna Pieri Zuercher, 46) with crucial information on how to solve the case. She also excels in her role. This is known about the two young crime stars.

Rabea Egg plays Gina "Gogo" Keller
For the Swiss actress Rabea Egg, the shooting of this Sunday thriller was a home game, because she was born in Zurich in 1998. As can be seen from her "set card" at the August Everding Theater Academy, she gained her first stage experience as a child. Since 2020 she has been studying acting (Bachelor) at the renowned and large Munich training center.

Rabea Egg made her cinematographic debut in the 2013 short film Between. For her role in the TV film "Lina" (2015) by director Michael Schärer (48, "Tannöd"), she was awarded the Swiss TV Film Prize for Best Actress in 2016.

According to the online casting platform "", Rabea Egg is also quite musical. She lists her skills as: "jazz dance (good), modern dance (good), afro (basic), stage singing (basic) and violoncello (good)".

Lillyenne Zünd plays Ronja
Also very striking in the new Switzerland thriller is the pale, copper-red haired young actress Lillyenne Zünd. The Swiss was born in 2006. According to the BellAcademia children's & youth drama school in Zurich, she began her training there in 2017.


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Coronation concert: Hollywood star Tom Cruise celebrates

Hollywood stars Tom Cruise, 60, and Dame Joan Collins, 89, will be among the celebrities attending King Charles III's coronation concert in Windsor on May 7. (74) celebrate. This is reported by "". British adventurer Bear Grylls, 48, and Sir Tom Jones, 82, will join them with pre-recorded skits to celebrate the coronation of King and Queen Camilla, 75.

The concert on Sunday 7th May will take place in the grounds of Windsor Castle in front of a crowd of 20,000 and will also be televised and radio broadcast. Other celebs are also said to be appearing then, appearing in pre-recorded clips to reveal untold facts about the monarch. Among other things, "Strictly Come Dancing" professional Oti Mabuse (32) should take part.

Famous bear is also included
According to the BBC, Pooh the Bear will also be part of the party. This one could take the appearance of another famous bear as a model. Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022), who died in September, was seen with Paddington for her platinum anniversary celebrations in June 2022. For this, the monarch had shot a comedy sketch with the famous character.

It has previously been confirmed that Take That, Andrea Bocelli (64), Katy Perry (38) and Lionel Richie (73) will be present at the coronation concert. Paloma Faith (41), Olly Murs (38), Steve Winwood (74), Nicole Scherzinger (44) and Chinese pianist Lang Lang (40) are also said to be part of the line-up.

The coronation ceremony itself will take place the day before the concert, on May 6th, at London's Westminster Abbey. Around 2,000 invited guests will be in the church on site. According to media reports, the Swedish King Carl Gustaf (76) and his daughter, Crown Princess Victoria (45), as well as King Felipe of Spain (55) and Queen Letizia (50) are traveling to the celebrations.


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James Gunn is looking for a Superman to hug

James Gunn (56) has been a screenwriter and director for almost 30 years. Among other things, he was responsible for the "Guardians of the Galaxy" films from Marvel. In the meantime, however, Gunn's main focus is on the characters of the competitor DC - including at the premiere of the third part of the series, "Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 3", which will be released in German cinemas on May 3rd. Alongside Peter Safran (57), Gunn has not only been co-boss at DC Studios since the end of 2022, but also directs "Superman: Legacy". No wonder he was asked to answer a few questions from the journalists present.

For the role of Superman, the director is looking for a leading actor who should have very special qualities, as he tells the industry magazine "Variety". "The next Superman has to be someone who has all of Superman's humanity but is still an alien," says Gunn. "It also has to be someone who has the kindness and compassion of Superman - and someone you want to give a hug to."

There are definitely not two actors
No actor has been found yet, but they already have "some really great choices". Gunn does not reveal names. At least two well-known actors shouldn't get their hopes up for the role.

"Guardians" star Chris Pratt (43) would only be an option if he were "a few years younger", the director jokes. Ex-Superman Henry Cavill (39) will not return either. Cavill confirmed last December that he would not be reprising the role. He first embodied the popular superhero in 2013's "Man of Steel". Will Poulter (30), to be seen as Adam Warlock in the latest "Guardians", is probably not on the shortlist either. The actor explains that he has neither thought about nor auditioned for the Superman role.

Is this "Guardians" actress included?
However, like Gunn, one actress could switch camps: Pom Klementieff (36), who plays Mantis in the "Guardians" films. She confirmed that there had already been talks about a DC role and that plans were already being made. Nothing has been confirmed yet and the Frenchwoman did not want to reveal which character she could represent. All she said was that the character was "fucking cool".

Superman: Legacy is currently scheduled to hit theaters on July 11, 2025.


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