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"Fast & Furious 11": Vin Diesel reveals the start year of the eleventh film

"Fast & Furious 10", the big prelude to the two-part finale of the "Fast & Furious" film series, will be released in German cinemas in just a few weeks. Superstar Vin Diesel (55) has now revealed at the US cinema fair CinemaCon how long fans of the PS franchise will have to wait for "Fast & Furious 11" after the theatrical release on May 17th. According to "Daily Mail", the still untitled eleventh part of the series will be released in cinemas in 2025.

Vin Diesel: 'Fast & Furious 10' is 'just the beginning'
"Fast & Furious 10 and 11" was conceived from the start as a two-part finale to the main film series that began in 2001. On the stage at the cinema fair in Las Vegas, Diesel said with reference to the upcoming theatrical release of "Fast & Furious 10": "This summer is just the beginning of 'Fast X' [...]. And after this explosive summer will I have the privilege of bringing you part two in 2025".

Old and New Faces in Fast & Furious 10
In the tenth "Fast & Furious" film, which is initially starting, viewers will see a number of new faces in addition to the well-known actors Diesel, Tyrese Gibson, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Sung Kang, John Cena, Jason Statham, Charlize Theron, Nathalie Emmanuel and Helen Mirren can experience. Jason "Aquaman" Momoa (43), Oscar winner Brie Larson (33) and screen legend Rita Moreno (91) join the cast. "Fast & Furious 10 and 11" are directed by Louis Leterrier (49).


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Designer Marina Hoermanseder becomes a mother again

Marina Hoermanseder (born 1986) announced with pictures of her daughter Lotti (2) that she is pregnant again and is expecting another child. Laughing, the little one holds ultrasound images in the camera next to a dog in two photos published on Instagram.

In the attached comment, the Austrian fashion designer makes it clear once again that she and her partner Paul are expecting offspring. "Lotti will be a big sister," writes Hoermanseder in English. With an "I love you", the native of Vienna also addresses a small declaration of love to her partner.

"Best news! Best family!"
Numerous followers, including some celebrities, are happy in the comments for the small family. "How wonderful!!! The best news! The most beautiful family," enthuses the singer and actress Jasmin Wagner (43), also known as the little flower. Cheyenne Ochsenknecht (22) has several emojis with heart eyes, the designer Dawid Tomaszewski (42) jokes to Hoermanseder's partner that his own football team is in the works.

"If you had asked me ten years ago, I would probably have three children by now. But in life everything always turns out a little differently than planned," the designer revealed to the news agency spot on news in June 2020. The first baby was "not actively planned at the time, but [we] knew we wanted one - it was perfect timing for it to happen so quickly".

In December, a few weeks after the birth, Hoermanseder proudly told spot on news: "Our little one was born at 56cm and 4,120g, so quite a bit of work - but thanks to our great maternity hospital and great midwife, I had a very nice one Birth." Paul is "a great father and above all a pot of gold" by her side.


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'Succession' star Brian Cox to play villain on James Bond game show

Unusual new job for Brian Cox (76) after the end of his successful series "Succession". According to media reports, the actor is involved in a game show from the James Bond universe. Amazon Prime Video recently gave the format "007's Road to a Million" the green light. In it, teams of two compete at original locations from Bond films for the main prize of one million British pounds (about 1.12 million euros).

What role is slated for an acting heavyweight like Brian Cox on this show? The Scot is said to embody a character called "The Controller". He is described as a kind of gray eminence who "lurks in the shadows, watching and controlling everything".

Brian Cox as "Villain and Tormentor"
"I enjoyed my role as a villain and tormentor, with license to bully the hopeful contestants," Cox is quoted as saying. During filming, which appears to be complete, he traveled to Bond locations in Scotland, Venice and Jamaica.

The Bond producers Barbara Broccoli (61) and Michael G. Wilson (80) are behind "007's Road to a Million". The show is intended to show how normal candidates would fare in an agent setting. It is a "true test of intelligence, endurance and heroism".

Brian Cox: Late fame with 'Success'
Brian Cox played dubious and charismatic string pullers again and again in his long career. In 1986 he was the first actor to play the cannibal Hannibal Lecter in "Manhunter - Red Dragon" - five years before Anthony Hopkins (85).

In recent years, Brian Cox has found late fame with mainstream audiences. In the acclaimed series "Succession" he has been the head of a multi-billion dollar media group since 2018, who has to clarify his successor. Cox won a Golden Globe for the role. The fourth and final season has been running since March 2023.


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Baby happiness: Country singer Sam Hunt becomes a father for the second time

Country star and heartthrob Sam Hunt (38) becomes a father for the second time. The 38-year-old announced this on Friday evening in Las Vegas, as "EW" first reported. Accordingly, Hunt is said to have stated that he is expecting his second child with his wife Hannah Lee Fowler. The singer shared the news with his fans and listeners on stage at the Resorts World Theater in Las Vegas.

Second child after filing for divorce
The couple married in 2017 but filed for divorce in February 2022. A month later, daughter Lucy Lu saw the light of day, after which Hunt and his wife reconciled and withdrew from the planned dissolution of the marriage.

In the divorce papers, Fowler had accused Hunt of adultery, among other things, and applied for sole custody of their daughter. Even before their wedding, Hunt and Fowler had had an on-off relationship characterized by ups and downs since 2008, which the singer is said to have processed in his 2014 debut album "Montevallo".


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Twitter removes free verification ticks

San Francisco (AP) - Elon Musk's Twitter has removed the verification ticks that were previously given free to celebrities and relevant people. Now only paying subscription customers have the same-looking icon on their profiles - but without real identity verification.

Among the celebrities whose accounts lost the white tick on a blue background late Thursday were footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, actress Halle Berry and numerous music stars including Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Shakira and Justin Timberlake.

At the same time, bestselling author Stephen King, basketball player LeBron James and actor William Shatner, who previously criticized the subscription plans, surprisingly kept their verification symbols. Twitter owner Elon Musk said he personally pays for their profiles - but only for these three. He didn't write why.

According to technology blog The Verge, James declined Twitter's offer to pay for the subscription. The hook remained at first anyway. Stephen King made it a point to state that he was not a subscription customer. "You're welcome," Musk tweeted back. Shatner, best known for playing Captain James Kirk in the Starship Enterprise series, wrote to Musk: "Thank you. I suppose."

The explanatory text for the ticks says that the account is paying for a subscription and its telephone number has been confirmed. In the case of James and King, Twitter thus gives the impression that two prominent critics of the new system are now taking part. Among the celebrities, the musicians Rihanna and Taylor Swift kept their verification symbols – and initially did not comment on what basis. Otherwise, users with the check mark often identify themselves as fans of Musk.

Twitter introduced the symbols so users could be sure that no one was impersonating a celebrity, politician, or athlete. After buying Twitter for around 44 billion dollars, tech billionaire Elon Musk claimed that the procedure for assigning the ticks was “corrupt” and that some of them were distributed arbitrarily by Twitter employees. The system divided users into “lords and pawns”, so everyone should now pay for it. Now, of all people, Musk himself decided who should keep a tick without paying for it.

The first fake profiles appeared on Friday night. A tweet from "@NYC_GOVERNMENT" claimed that this was the official account of the city of New York. The real profile "@nycgov" doesn't have a tick icon either. A profile with the name and photo of writer J.K. Rowling apologized for her controversial comments over the past few months. Both fake accounts were blocked a little later.

Now anyone can pretend to be her, criticized the singer Dionne Warwick the day before, whose profile also lost the verification tick. Even when the payment hook was introduced in November, there was chaos with deceptively real fake accounts from some celebrities and companies. After that, additional precautions such as confirming a phone number were introduced.


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