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Bruce Willis' wife pregnant again - report

December 17th, 2013 7:20pm EST
Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis' wife Emma Heming is pregnant with the couple's second child, according to multiple reports.

The Die Hard star welcomed his first child with model Heming last year (12) and it seems 20-month-old daughter Mabel will soon become a big sister.

The British beauty, 35, first sparked rumours she is expecting again at the weekend (15Dec13), when photos obtained by WENN showed Heming sporting what appeared to be a baby bump as she enjoyed a day out at a California farmers' market with Willis, 58, and young Mabel.

Multiple sources have since claimed the pregnancy rumours are true, al...

Bruce Willis provides meals for Idaho firefighters

September 2nd, 2013 3:11am EDT
Bruce Willis
Hollywood action man Bruce Willis has thanked the firefighters working to contain a blaze in Idaho by serving up their daily meals.

The Beaver Creek wildfire has torched more than 100,000 acres over the last three weeks in the state, where the Die Hard star owns multiple residences in the Sun Valley area.

Willis has praised the emergency staff for their bravery, and shown his gratitude by arranging for a catering company to feed 450 emergency staff their lunches and dinners, beginning on Friday (30Aug13).

Willis says, "Like all of my fellow Idaho residents, I want to extend my most since...

Rumer Willis: 'Don't be too tough on dad, he can't hear'

August 28th, 2013 3:01am EDT
Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis' actress daughter Rumer has defended her dad from critics who have blasted him for appearing awkward in interviews, revealing he probably can't hear the questions properly.

She insists the Die Hard star doesn't go out of his way to be less than talkative when promoting movies, but a hearing loss issue means he is always struggling to make out what is being said by interviewers.

Rumer, who is Willis' eldest daughter with ex-wife Demi Moore, explains, "I think part of the problem is sometimes he can't hear... because he shot a gun off next to his ear when he was doing Die Hard ...

Bruce Willis shot a bee for Mary-Louise Parker

July 11th, 2013 3:11am EDT
Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis impressed his onscreen love interest Mary-Louise Parker when he killed a bee that was bothering her by shooting it inches from her face.

The Die Hard star showed off what makes him a movie hero when he took aim at the buzzing pest on the set of RED 2, and reduced his co-star to a quivering mess in the process.

She recalls, "I'm scared of bugs and there was a bee... and he whipped his prop gun out of his pocket and blew it away... Shot it... A blank is enough to take out a bee.

"Because he's Bruce Willis, he can shoot a bee and it's not gonna take out part of my nose or somet...

Al Pacino Claims He Turned Down 'Die Hard' And 'Star Wars' Roles

June 4th, 2013 4:32pm EDT
Al Pacino
Renowned thespian Al Pacino is convinced he gave Bruce Willis his big break in Hollywood by turning down the lead role in Die Hard.

The Scarface star has divulged he was one of the first actors approached to play tough cop John McClane in the 1988 blockbuster, but he passed on the script.

Pacino made the revelation about Willis at a question-and-answer session in London over the weekend, insisting, "I gave that boy a career!"

He then added, "You know who else I gave a career to? Harrison Ford in Star Wars - that role was mine for the taking but I couldn't understand the script."


Bruce Willis Unveils Colossal 'Die Hard' Mural

February 1st, 2013 8:26am EST
Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis unveiled a permanent tribute to his Die Hard character John McClane at a movie studio in California on Thursday to mark 25 years since the original film's release.

The actor was catapulted to movie star status in 1988 following the release of the popular action film, which spawned a series of sequels including 2013's fifth installment A Good Day to Die Hard.

Willis was on hand to celebrate the movie's 25th anniversary on Thursday by unveiling a giant 35-foot mural on the side of a soundstage at the 20th Century Fox Studios in Century City, California.

The actor pressed a ...

The Top Pop Culture Twinkies References

November 16th, 2012 5:07pm EST
Family Guy
With Hostess closing its doors, an American icon may be lost on the store shelves - but Twinkies will always live on thanks to loving references in pop culture. Here are a few that come to mind:

Family Guy: On the eve of Y2K, Family guy aired an episode featured around a possible future where missiles launched due to computer error. Peter Griffin, trying to survive the post-apocalyptic wasteland, falls back on the infamous urban legend that Twinkies last for dozens of years. Thus, he sets up a town around a Twinkie factory. The show would later feature Twinkie the Kid in an A&E Biography s...

Kevin Smith Reignites Bruce Willis Feud

March 15th, 2012 1:45pm EDT
Kevin Smith
Outspoken filmmaker Kevin Smith has reignited his feud with his one-time leading man Bruce Willis, branding him the toughest person he's ever worked with.

Smith directed Willis on 2009 comedy Cop Out, but claimed soon after the film's release that he had a hard time working with him on set and labeled the former Die Hard star a "f**king d**k."

Willis tried to distance himself from the feud, insisting there was no bad blood between the pair, but Smith has fuelled the argument once more with a rant on Twitter.com.

He writes, "Who am I talking about when I write this: 'He turned out to be...

Q&A: 'Hung' Star Stephen Amell

November 13th, 2011 11:00pm EST
It's been said that a hero is only as good as their antagonist. On HBO's Hung, that juicy role falls to actor Stephen Amell, who recently sat down with me to dish about the series.

Amell plays Jason, who is the chief competition of Hung's main character, Ray Drecker. He's got a winning smile but a lot more going on behind it. Read on to find out what's in store for his character in season three and what it's like being the allegedly bad guy, as well as what type of role Amell would love to play.

Hung fans should also check out my previous Q&A with Charlie Saxton (Damon Drecker).

Hung c...

Q&A: More 'Pretend Time' With Nick Swardson

October 4th, 2011 3:00pm EDT
 'Pretend Time' With Nick Swardson
Nick Swardson is going to push your buttons and enjoy doing it. With Nick Swardson's Pretend Time, he's got a platform to cover everything from a parody of 16 and Pregnant to alien paternity tests.

As the show returns for its second season tomorrow night on Comedy Central, Nick recently stopped by to chat with me about what makes up one of the most twisted shows on television and who he finds funny.

Now that you're working on the second season of Pretend Time, what are some of the differences between season one and season two?

The content I think is even more aggressive, which I d...

Director Justin Lin Turns Down 'Die Hard 5'

August 12th, 2011 1:15pm EDT
Justin Lin
Director Justin Lin has turned down a fifth Die Hard movie - so he can plot Arnold Schwarzenegger's comeback in the next Terminator film instead.

The filmmaker was asked to make another Die Hard sequel, which focuses on Bruce Willis' maverick cop John McClane, but he declined.

He explains, "For many of the projects, I feel very privileged, but I just know it wasn't the right situation. And the first Die Hard changed me as a kid when I watched it. But Die Hard 5 is just not something that I'm going to do, or I'm interested in."

However Lin, who is in demand in Hollywood following the b...

7 Of The Most Memorable Cops In Movies

May 17th, 2011 12:00pm EDT
Dirty Harry
In honor of National Police Week we put together a list of some of the most memorable cops in film. Here are our top 7. Be sure to check them out and let us know what you think.

7. Robocop (Robocop)
He's the robot who took on the streets of Detroit with metal body armor and gun. He's a legendary character. In each of the "Robocop" films he always managed to save the day and city.

6. Alonzo Harris (Training Day)
The LAPD veteran narcotics detective/mentor from hell gave us a crash course on making it to the top of the police ranks in the most unethical way.

5. Serpico (S...

Q&A: Leslie Dixon And Neil Burger Talk 'Limitless,' Creative Processes, And Shooting In NYC

March 17th, 2011 5:00pm EDT
Limitless 1
Screenwriter Leslie Dixon is known best for her comedic writing in films like “Mrs. Doubtfire” and “Overboard,” but when she read Alan Glynn’s thrilling novel The Dark Fields, she was captivated by the story of Eddie Morra, a down-and-out writer who takes a miracle drug which allows him to reach his true potential. Eddie quickly rises into the world of the rich and famous, but he captures the attention of a shadowy group that will stop at nothing to keep this secret to success under wraps.

After acquiring the rights to adapt Glynn’s book herself, Dixon sold her screenplay to Relativity M...

Kevin Smith Blasts Bruce Willis Over 'Cop Out' Role

January 24th, 2011 8:18am EST
Kevin Smith
Director Kevin Smith has launched a scathing attack on Bruce Willis, branding the actor "soul crushing" to work with.

The Die Hard star led the cast of Smith's 2010 comedy Cop Out, but the film was panned by critics and the moviemaker subsequently compared the scathing reviews to "bullying". Smith has now revealed he was unimpressed with the actor's attitude on set and his alleged reluctance to promote the picture.

Speaking on comedian Marc Maron's podcast, Smith says, "It was difficult. I've never been involved in a situation like that where one component is not in the box at all. It w...

Five Non-Traditional Christmas Movies

December 13th, 2010 11:18am EST
Every Christmas I face the same question: how many times can I watch the same old batch of Christmas movies before I get tired of them?  Answer: three.  To that end, I've compiled a list of five non-traditional Christmas movies for you to turn to when you get tired of TBS's 24-hour marathon of "A Christmas Story."

5 - Die Hard (1988)

Outside of “A Christmas Story,” “Die Hard” is my go-to Christmas movie.  “But ‘Die Hard’ is an action movie!” you might say, and you’d be correct.  But “Die Hard” is special, because it’s an action movie set during Christmas.  “Die Hard,” starring Bruce Wil...

Bruce Willis Taught Daughters To Stand Up To Bullies

October 21st, 2010 12:50pm EDT
Bruce Willis
Hollywood hardman Bruce Willis taught his daughters to stand up to bullies from a young age - because he wanted to make sure his girls never suffered at the hands of high school thugs.

The Die Hard star is father to 22-year-old Rumer, 19-year-old Scout and Tallulah Belle, 16, with his ex-wife Demi Moore. Willis is adamant his daughters were able to enjoy their early years, because he told them to confront other students straight away if they ever encountered any problems in the playground.

He tells Britain's Daybreak TV show, "I taught them a little thing when they were younger and they...

Bruce Willis: 'Fear Is My Favorite Part Of Making Movies'

October 12th, 2010 11:45am EDT
There was a funny action movie many years ago where a heroic sidekick, nearing retirement age, would say, “I’m too old for this shit.” They made four of those movies and he never got too old for that shit. In his new movie Red, Bruce Willis plays a CIA agent who actually was retired, until he has to spring back into action.

“The word is certainly used and used in the title of the film: Retired Extremely Dangerous,” Willis said. “It’s commented on a couple of times, but when you see the film it’s right now. It’s hip. Karl [Urban] and I went at it in one of the toughest fights I’ve ever foug...

Bruce Willis Wears A Meat Toupee On 'Letterman' (Video)

October 5th, 2010 8:38am EDT
Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis gave late night TV viewers a laugh on Monday after taking inspiration from Lady Gaga's famous meat dress to don a toupee made from ground beef.

The balding Die Hard actor made Late Show host David Letterman chuckle as he sauntered out on set with a bright red hairpiece he claimed was made from "100 per cent" pure beef. He said, "This is all natural. It's a meat hairpiece inspired by... who's that crazy lady? ...Lady Gaga!" Willis kept up the prank as Letterman continued to question the unusual choice of toupee.

He joked, "Let me tell you, (this took) hours to get ready. It...

Bruce Willis: 'I'm The Happiest I've Ever Been'

July 21st, 2010 11:00am EDT
Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis credits his new wife with making him the "happiest" he's ever been - confessing he was "single and unhappy" for ten years before they met.

The Die Hard star, who divorced Demi Moore in 2000 after 13 years of marriage, wed Emma Heming last year. Willis had convinced himself he was content before meeting the British beauty, but he now realizes he had been lonely ever since his marriage to Moore fell apart.

He tells Britain's The Sun, "I'm the happiest I've ever been and this comes after a long period of being kind of lonely, even though I tried to convince myself that I was e...

Bruce Willis To 'Die Hard' Once More

February 23rd, 2010 4:00pm EST
Bruce Willis To
Bruce Willis is making plans to return to the Die Hard franchise, confirming a fifth installment is in the works. The actor kick started his career as a big-screen action man playing New York cop John McClane in the 1988 blockbuster,

which spawned three follow-ups.

Now the 54 year old is under negotiations to reprise the role - and he's already campaigning for 2007's Live Free or Die Hard film-maker Len Wiseman to helm the next project.

He says, "I think we're going to do a Die Hard 5 next year. I would hire Len Wiseman right now (to direct)." Willis has even come up with ideas for ...

Bruce Willis 'Disturbed' By Social Networking

January 21st, 2010 12:40pm EST
Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis will never follow in his ex-wife Demi Moore's footsteps by signing up to a social networking website - because the Hollywood actor finds the online technology "disturbing." Moore and her current partner Ashton Kutcher are big fans of micro-blogging site Twitter.com, regularly updating thousands of followers about their daily activities.

However, Willis hasn't bought into the trend and admits he is still slightly skeptical of the world's reliance on internet communication.

He tells German website TrailerSeite.de, "What really disturbs me is the danger that lies in the fa...

Bruce Willis: 'I Don't Plan On Cutting Myself Up'

November 6th, 2009 9:21am EST
Bruce Willis Not A Fan Of Plastic Surgery
Hollywood hard man Bruce Willis will never resort to cosmetic surgery to retain his good looks - because he "really doesn't care" about his appearance.

The Die Hard star, whose ex-wife Demi Moore is rumored to have spent thousands of dollars on improving her body, admits he doesn't indulge in a skin care routine - and he would never consider going under the knife.

He tells Fox News, "Cosmetic stuff, I am not a fan of it and I know a lot of people are. It's a big business and anytime you can make a lot of money off something it is going to stick around. I don't plan on cutting myself...

Bruce Willis Wants More Kids

September 22nd, 2009 10:20pm EDT
Bruce Willis Wants More Kids
Hollywood actor Bruce Willis is hoping to be a dad for the fourth time, admitting he "wouldn't be surprised" if new wife Emma Heming fell pregnant. The 54-year-old Die Hard star and his 31-year-old bride married in March and Willis admits the pair has discussed starting a family.

The actor has candidly opened up about the joy he's found with his new love, and now Willis admits he contemplates giving his three children with his actress ex, Demi Moore, a new stepsister or brother.

Asked about his parenting plans, the proud father explains, "I was astonished, astounded (when I met Emma)....

Guy Ritchie's 'Sherlock Holmes' Will 'Deliver And Surprise People'

July 22nd, 2009 10:40am EDT
Sherlock Holmes
Guy Ritchie has enjoyed a cult following in America for his British gangster flicks like Snatch and Rocknrolla. He's been more famous for his marriage to, and divorce from, Madonna. This Christmas, everyone will know his directing skills. His Sherlock Holmes film is likely to get noticed for its own merits.

"I hope so," said producer Susan Downey, wife of Sherlock actor Robert Downey, Jr. "He did an amazing job, on a scale that no one's seen him work on before. He delivered. I think it's going to surprise people."

Ritchie's British films were characterized by kinetic violence and flas...

TV Shows On The Verge Of Jumping The Shark

July 15th, 2009 11:23am EDT
The concept of 'jumping the shark' is a fatal one for many involved in television. It all began in the tragic episode of 'Happy Days' in which iconic character, The Fonz, literally jumps over a shark, thus placing a death toll on the rest of the series. Decades later, some TV writers have playfully used the term in decidedly ironic tones, both 'The X-Files' and 'Supernatural' have episodes titled 'Jump the Shark' (Note: a portion of 'Supernatural's' crew are 'X-Files' alum) that tiptoe the line of throwing a series into oblivion.

We will have a few current TV shows that we believe ar...

Bruce Willis Blasted Over Airport Plans

July 12th, 2009 11:00am EDT
Bruce Willis Blasted Over Airport
Bruce Willis has been slammed by local residents over his plans to build an airport near his ski resort in Idaho.

The Die Hard star is to rebuild his ski lodge, the Soldier Mountain resort, which was destroyed by fire earlier this year. He also intends to build a private airport near the small town of Hailey, where he moved nearly 20 years ago.

However, residents close by are criticizing the 54 year old for jeopardizing expansion plans for Hailey's own airfield, Friedman Memorial. Both Willis and managers of the town's official airport want to build 8,000-feet runways, but an aviati...

Hyper-Masculine Action Films Are Violent, Ridiculous & So Much Fun

April 15th, 2009 12:52pm EDT
Fast & Furious
According to Hollywood and its demographic cinema box office soothsayers, the only people who have the ability to purchase tickets to and actively watch an action film are men and teenage boys. They believe that women, for the most part, cannot watch these films - unless their boyfriends, husbands, male friends, etc. have explicitly gave them entrance to the theater or made the magical DVD player start the film.

Either way, it is assumed that men are the ones with the keys to the magic that is "boom and vroom." Hollywood types with these lofty gendered assumptions are most definite...

Overrated & Underrated Oscar Winners For Best Picture

February 16th, 2009 9:00am EST
Saying a Best Picture winner is overrated is quite simple. If you think a movie is terrible and it won Best Picture ipso facto it is overrated. But what about an underrated Best Picture winner?

By definition, it should be impossible for a Best Picture winner to be underrated. Why? Because they already won - so their greatness is recognized. It's like having an underrated Hall-of-Famer or underrated Adult Film Award Winner, it should be impossible.

That simply isn't true, however. There are several Best Picture winners that have been completely forgotten over the years, many...

12 Days Of Christmas Films

December 14th, 2008 9:15am EST
Most people have heard of The 12 Days of Christmas and most no nothing more about them than the strange song with geese a-laying and five golden rings somewhere in the middle section. For some they mean a religious celebration beginning on Christmas day and ending with Epiphany on January 6th, the day the three Wise Men delivered their presents to baby Jesus. For those of us who worship movies as a religion we can present some gifts to ourselves, and our fellow movie lovers, by celebrating the 12 Films of Christmas. Whether you choose to lead up to Christmas with these classics or flip the ...

Lord Voldemort Named Top Movie Villain

July 15th, 2008 3:09pm EDT
Ralph Fiennes' Lord Voldemort character in the Harry Potter films has been named the best movie villain of all time - beating Heath Ledger's The Joker into sixth place.

Ledger's performance in new Batman sequel The Dark Knight, the last movie he completed before his death in January, has been lauded by critics and tipped for an Oscar nomination. However editors of Moviefone rank him behind Fiennes; James Earl Jones and Hayden Christensen's Darth Vader; Margaret Hamilton's Wicked Witch of the West and Anthony Hopkins' Hannibal Lector in the onscreen evil stakes.

A Moviefone edito...

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