Til Schweiger (59) thinks it’s nonsense that younger people can no longer do anything with his “Manta Manta” films
When the friends of his daughters – “they are between 20 and 25” – heard that he was planning a sequel, they said to him: “Ah, cool!” Said the actor and director of the German Press Agency in Cologne.
“Manta Manta – Second Part” has been in cinemas since Thursday
Schweiger has another example ready: “On the plane to Majorca, I met a soccer team there, and when they heard that I was doing Manta 2, they almost crashed the plane. I then said: “But listen, you weren’t even born then, with the first part!” But they said: “We’ve seen it umpteen times on television.”
Schweiger sees himself as a friend of the environment, even if he continues to drive a car with a combustion engine. “We have always separated waste and brought the bottles to the container,” said the actor and director of the German Press Agency in Cologne. “But I don’t make a big deal out of it.”
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