They've won Academy Awards and shelf-loads of statuettes, but what Britain's top actors really want is a chance to star in a British Airways' in-flight safety video.
Stars including Sir Michael Caine, Joanna Lumley, David Walliams, Olivia Colman, Asim Chaudhry, Jourdan Dunn and Naomie Harris have all appeared in BA's latest foray onto the in-flight announcement screen.
After the viral success of last year's video starring a smattering of British cinema royalty (including Rowan Atkinson, Thandie Newton and Sir Ian McKellen) the national carrier has returned with a follow up.
By returning with a sequel BA could be accused of following the Hollywood formula, but the talent is all from the UK.
In the past Air New Zealand's Wellywood style safety videos have raised the bar for other carriers. The pre-flight videos - featuring creatures from Sir Peter Jackson's films and various members of the All Blacks' first fifteen - have become a staple of Air New Zealand flights.
However, for this video, the British carrier has played to their strengths and those of their casting agent. In the return Sir Michael Caine is cast alongside Naomie Harris as well as Ab Fab stars Joanna Lumley and Jourdan Dunn.
Teaming up with the charities Flying Start and Comic Relief, BA's genre is decidedly comic, and we hope the A-listers have waived their usual acting fees for the cause.
After the original clocked up 25 million views, the follow up has a lot to live up to, but the reviews so far are positive.
Sequels are notorious for not living up to expectations, but this one appears to have rekindled the spirit of the original.
Across Facebook, audiences have praised the work of 'visionary' director Chabuddy G, aka Asim Chaudhry .
"A safety video you want to watch. Roll on next holiday :) " wrote one Facebook user
"Oh it is funny,better than the silly little stick figures they used before :S" commented another.