One easy way in which to browse a diverse selection of films is by reading a Bruce Willis movies list. The New Jersey-bred actor has been a fixture in the…
If you're stuck in the 80's, then you're sure to enjoy this list of the 10 best 80's movie quotes. What's your favorite 80's film? Chances are that you'll find…
This list of fake identity movies features cult favorites like the 1985 classic “Fletch” to the mind-bending 1999 thriller “Fight Club,” each rife with insane plotlines, hysterical comedy, tense action…
Ethics movies about war try to uncover the boundaries that all military must endure when they engage the enemy. Ethics are the foundation for all war movies, as soldiers go…
The new movie, with the totally not hipster-y title ‘Moonrise Kingdom’, stars Bruce Willis, Frances McDormand and of course, Schwartzman.
I can’t tell you what rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson is doing sharing the screen with famous and reasonably talented actor Bruce Willis, but I know this: it ain’t dancin’.
Movie buffs will easily be able to pick out the 10 most famous movie phrases. In fact they can tell you the name of the movie and who said it….
Whenever their faces appear onscreen, almost every movie fan recognizes these top ten Hollywood actors. These men demonstrate acting versatility and breathe life into every role they take on. Johnny…
Lay the Favorite has swapped production partners and gained a Welsh woman of indeterminate ethnic origin in Catherine Zeta-Jones.
If you love action movie and would like to check them out by year, you can learn about 10 best action movies 2005 and see which ones you may have…
They look like what cars will probably actually look like in the future, which means not enough hovering.
Kobe Bryant and his co-star, explosions.
Wow. Once the ball gets rolling, these projects pick up momentum quickly!
We’ll see Bruce Willis play a bookie in Stephen Frears’ Lay The Favorite, Take The Dog before we see him play a geriatric John McClane.
The 10 best action movie heroes all have great qualities that help audiences identify with them. These characters are often somewhat reluctant in their heroic duties, and they may have…
Who’s to blame for ‘Cop Out’? Don’t look now, but I think the fat guy is glaring menacingly at baldy.
The least big, dumb and loud part of the first Expendables movie has confirmed for Access Hollywood that he will be participating in the sequel.
The success of The Expendables has convinced Hollywood that Randy Couture’s ear isn’t too off-putting. In fact, he’s lined up two new gigs.
Bruce Willis is set to begin filming Die Hard 5 next year, if you trust Puerto Rico’s second-largest newspaper “Primera Hora.” I personally only trust their first largest.
Looks like Rian Johnson has found the perfect actor to fill the role of creepy, skinny guy in Looper. Milkshake enthusiast Paul Dano is in talks to join the sci-fi film in an unspecified role.
A new super-cut is making the rounds this afternoon. Much like “We’ve Got Company,” “Famous Last Words,” and “I Hate Muffins,” “You Look Like Sh*t” highlights all the times characters in movies are told they look like sh*t, or tell someone else they resemble sh*t. And 22% of that time, that person is Bruce Willis.
A whole slew of actors want to play in Wes Anderson’s quirky sand box. Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, and Tilda Swinton are all in talks to star in Moon Rise Kingdom, Anderson’s next directorial project that he wrote with Roman Coppola.
Bruce Willis’s steady transition into Vin Diesel is nearly complete. He’s now signed on to star opposite Paul Walker and a rapper in a heist movie. If he surfs on a missile during the next full-eclipse, the transformation will be complete.
I loves me some badass, bald Bruce. He’s my hero and Red had all the makings of the kind of crazy action movie I like. In some ways it kind of delivered but I’m still disappointed by it. The comedy works and making that the context for the action totally works, but it’s more "Moonlighting" than Die Hard.
Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) goes about his daily routines, flirting with Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker) by phone as she handles his pension check. When ski masked guys come to his house, he takes them all out, goes after Sarah and gets the old gang back together. He was a CIA operative with Joe Matheson (Morgan Freeman), Marvin Boggs (John Malkovich) and Victoria (Helen Mirren). Now agent Cooper (Karl Urban) is on their tail.
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On this new episode of "Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis," Bruce Willis stops by to be questioned about his poor career choices and Ashton Kutcher. John McClane seems genuinely jaded by the celebrity lifestyle he's lived for so many years. It used to be all bitches and blow, and now he's just waiting around for the phone to ring. If Bruce Willis wasn't still extremely awesome I might tend to believe this. I have a feeling it's still bitches and maybe a little less blow considering it's no longer the 80s.
Watch Willis in the hot seat after the jump…
According to Production Weekly, Emily Blunt has signed up for Rian Johnson's sci-fi movie Looper. It's expected that she'll play the female lead, a MILF who finds Joseph Gordon-Levitt hiding out in her barn.
If Van Damme movies have taught me anything, Gordon-Levitt will stay with her and her son for a while, help with farm chores, teach the kid to play catch, get intimate with Emily, and then have to confront his past when his enemies show up on the doorstep. Or worse, he'll be banned into exile when the family Netflixes G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra. Seriously, why was he in that?
As any self-respecting stalker of Helen Mirren can tell you, Hollywood's sexiest old lady has teamed up with Bruce Willis for the upcoming action-thriller type movie, Red. But what they might not know unless they have a Google Alert set up for "hot geriatric ass" is that an excerpt from the film was just released. Luckily, I do, and I'm more than willing to keep you posted on such matters.
In the clip, Mirren and Willis discuss life after retirement. Of course, the pair are retired spies, which makes it a much more interesting conversation than it would be if they had been insurance salesmen, postal employees, etc.
Keep in mind I'm stealing this synopsis from Collider since I can't get the damn video to load on my connection. Up yours, Iola, Kansas public library.
Watch Bruce Willis and Helen Mirren talk some sh*t out after the jump…
Twentieth Century Fox is putting together a cast for their latest version of the Fantastic Four, and Bruce Willis is reportedly at the top of their list to play the Thing. But Screen Rant is reporting that Kiefer Sutherland is also in contention for the role.
Since the character will be completely CGI, whoever is cast will be utilized primarily for voice over work. However, the actor will also make an appearance early on in the film as Ben Grimm, the Thing's identity before he was transformed into a rock monster.
Personally, I'm torn between the two actors. Both are more than qualified to play a pile of rocks. However, I give the slight edge to Kiefer since he's spent a good portion of his life "stoned."
Sorry. It's been a rough weekend.
Paramount Pictures has purchased the rights to Last Man Standing, SlashFilm is reporting. No, not the 1996 Bruce Willis flop, but rather the upcoming graphic novel by Daniel LuVisi.
The comic, which isn't due out until September, was purchased from Heavy Metal Publishing, which is owned by Kevin Eastman, co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The story chronicles the adventures of Gabriel, a genetically modified super-soldier who is framed as a mass murderer by a terrorist organization.
I don't blame you if your natural inclination is to draw parallels between this story and the current Mel Gibson frame-up we're watching unfold, but the book predates the Gibson incident, so any similarities are purely coincidental.
Who wouldn't want to be Bruce Willis for a day? The man both on screen and off kicks ass, takes names, beds beautiful women, and even plays the harmonica. Ok, I'm willing to look past his Bruno days because he has us given such cool mofos over the years, from John McClane, Corbin Dallas, Joe Hallenback, and yes, even Hudson Hawk is a true favorite of mine.
Highly Debatable Best Role: John McClane in Die Hard
Appointed by President George W. Bush as national spokesman for Children in Foster Care.
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