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Twenty years ago, the first "Die Wilden Kerle" (The Wild Soccer Bunch) film hit theaters, and the kicking kids became childhood heroes for many. Five more films followed, and always in the mix was rapper and actor Jimi Blue Ochsenknecht, now 31 years old. He has over 150,000 followers on TikTok and often enjoys answering questions from his fans.

This Saturday, he responded to the question of how much he earned from the "Die Wilden Kerle" films. He believes it's okay to talk about money and feels that Germany is a bit behind on the topic. While he couldn't recall the complete payment for all the films, he mentioned that there was a tiered structure.

For "Die Wilden Kerle 5," Ochsenknecht reportedly earned up to 50,000 euros

In the first film, with approximately 30 shooting days, he earned about 400 to 500 euros per day. This would total to around 12,000 to 15,000 euros for Ochsenknecht. He mentioned in the video that it didn't matter to him at the time because he was very young, and it was just about having fun. His earnings gradually increased, and for "Die Wilden Kerle 5" (2008), he received between 5,000 and 10,000 euros per day for five shooting days. So, the total ranged between 25,000 and 50,000 euros.

He stated that neither he nor the other actors had made a fortune from the films. Additionally, he personally earned only minimally from the sale of merchandise or cinema tickets, especially when his face was visible on the items.

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