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Pretty Little Liars' little town of Rosewood, Pa., is set to welcome a fresh new face this summer: Rumer Willis! The 24-year-old starlet -- Demi Moore and Bruce Willis' oldest daughter -- is slated to guest star on at least one episode of the hit ABC Family series during the upcoming fourth season, Us Weekly can confirm. (The Hollywood Reporter was first to report the news.) Willis, who most recently appeared on the small screen on CBS' Hawaii Five-0, will play a character named Zoe, an [...] »
THR reports that Willis will join Season 4 of Pll as Zoe, a charity organizer. She'll appear in one episode for sure with the potential to appear in more. Zoe is the type of girl "who will change the world and keep her sen of humor at the same time."
Rumer's episode will air in late July, making it probably the seventh or eighth episode of the season.
"Pretty Little Liars" returns to ABC Family on Tuesday, June 11 at 8 p.m. Et/Pt. »
Washed-up private eye Joe Hallenbeck (Bruce Willis) hooks up with down-and-out ex-quarterback Jimmy Dix (Damon Wayans) to try to find out who murdered the football player's stripper girlfriend (Halle Berry). The trail leads into a violent world of political corruption and high-stakes gambling as bullets fly and the body count gets higher. Director Tony Scott is an old hand at this turb-charged mayhem while Shane Black's script feeds Willis plenty of wisecracks. »
Pretty Little Liars is getting into the charity world. Rumer Willis, daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, is headed to Rosewood in the upcoming fourth season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. Video: 'Pretty Little Liars' Debuts First Season 4 Footage Willis, who recurred on The CW's 90210, will play Zoe, organizer of a worldwide charity, in one episode with the potential to appear in more. She is described as the type of girl who will change the world and keep her sense of humor at the same time. Her episode is slated to air in late July. The
- Philiana Ng
Douglas, 68, spoke to People magazine on Monday while promoting his HBO film Behind the Candelabra at the 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival in France. "She's doing a really good job of getting balanced. I'm proud of her," he said.
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Zeta-Jones, 43, proactively checked into a treatment facility for the second time in April for bipolar II -- a milder form of the disorder known to cause mood swings and erratic behavior. She announced her diagnosis in 2011 and first underwent treatment at Silver Hill Hospital in Connecticut.
Speaking about his role as the iconic Liberace in Behind the Candelabra, Douglas said his wife is already a fan. "She loves it -- it cracks her up. She thinks it's a great movie."
Video: Oscars Flashback '03: Zeta-Jones 8 Mos. Pregnant
Red was one of the most unashamedly fun action flicks of the last few years. So we're excited to see what it's bigger and more star-studded sequel can offer. Our exclusive poster for Red 2 gives you a glimpse at the all-star line-up, showing new additions Catherine Zeta-Jones and Anthony Hopkins alonside returning favourites Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, and Helen Mirren. Plot-wise, retired black-ops CIA agent Frank Moses (Willis) reunites his unlikely team of elite operatives for a global quest to track down a...
- Matt Risley
I love The Expendables franchise like I love Bruce Willis’s beautiful bald head: with no bounds. What is there not to love about sexagenarians hopped up on steroids blowing stuff up by the sheer force of their masculinity? No, seriously: The Expendables rocks. The Expendables 2 was equally awesome, and of course I have nothing but high hopes for The Expendables 3. If man behind the explosions, Sylvester Stallone, has anything to say about it, we’ll soon be adding one more badass to our badass list.
Stallone recently Tweeted that he’s been speaking to ‘Steven S.’ about The Expendables 3, which Mr. S. is totally into, ‘if the part fits.’ Steven S., in all likelihood, is none other than perhaps the only badass not to get in on the action yet: Steven Seagal. If Seagal joins the cast of The Expendables 3, he’ll be following in »
- Lauren Humphries-Brooks
While the sequel to "Red," the 2010 action comedy that starred Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich and Morgan Freeman as over-the-hill assassins, doesn't open until the middle of July, Lionsgate and producers Lorenzo Di Bonaventura and Mark Vahradian are already plotting a third film, with screenwriting siblings Jon and Erich Hoeber back for a third go-around (according to the Hollywood Reporter). "Thank god!" said nobody. "Red" was based on the comic book miniseries by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner (although without much of the book's wit and explosive bursts of violence), the title standing for "retired extreme dangerous," and in its original film version, directed by Robert Schwentke, with a fair amount of visual flair. The end product of that film felt slightly watered down, with a number of concessions made to meet the seemingly impossible release date, like losing the distinctly funky music by Irish DJ and frequent Steven Soderbergh »
- Drew Taylor
Warning: Somewhat Nsfw.
Now, while we respect such a display of uninhibited revelry, it doesn't mean that anybody — and we mean anybody — necessarily wanted to see such a thing. Let's face it (or, rather, let's not) — there are just some people who need to keep their junk in the trunk.
Speaking of which, here are nine nude scenes that made us wanna cover our eyes.
The opening shot of director Sidney Lumet's last film shows Philip Seymour Hoffman energetically humping Marisa Tomei. Say what you will about the big guy, but he seems a more than capable lover ... not that we needed any visual proof of that. »
- Zach Laws
Seriously, this is what they can do with computers now? For about two minutes during this 5-minute long trailer for the new Batman game “Batman: Arkham Origins”, I thought this was live-action, though I got hints that it might be CG by the way the characters swayed a bit even when they’re just standing still, a dead giveaway if you ask me. Still, with CGs for games already this advanced, pretty soon who’s going to need Bruce Willis in “Die Hard” when you can just slap in a CG replacement? Nevertheless, it’s a hell of a trailer. Then Deadstroke shows up and it’s on. Gotta say, though, I’m still not the biggest fan of bulky armored looking Batman. How does he jump and disappear all squeaky like in the darkness with that thing on? From Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment, “Batman: Arkham Origins »
Despite the fact that the action-comedy sequel Red 2 doesn't hit cinemas until July, Summit Entertainment must be confident that it has another hit on its hands, with Deadline revealing that the studio has hired screenwriting siblings Jon Hoeber & Erich Hoeber (whose credits include Red and Red 2, along with the 2009 thriller Whiteout and last year's Hasbro board game adaptation-turned-alien actioner Battleship) to pen the script for Red 3.
The Red franchise is based upon the comic book series by Warren Ellis and Cully Hammer and centres on a trio of 'Retired, Extremely Dangerous' ex black-ops agents, portrayed by Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren and John Malkovich. The forthcoming sequel sees Dean Parisot (Galaxy Quest) taking over directing duties from Red helmer Robert Schwentke, while Mary-Louise Parker returns to the cast alongside new additions Byung-hun Lee (G.I. Joe: Retaliation), Anthony Hopkins (Thor: The Dark World), and Catherine Zeta-Jones (Side Effects).
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- Flickering Myth
Never likely to turn down the chance for a franchise, Summit Entertainment was quick to capitalise on the solid success of Bruce Willis action comedy ensemble pic Red back in 2010. The sequel hits the Us in July and heads here in August, and the studio is already starting work on a third instalment.Veteran Red script writers Jon and Erich Hoeber (who have spun the characters from Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner’s slim original tome into the first two films already) are now signed on to start cracking out the third screenplay.It’s really more a case of wanting to be ready should the sequel prove as popular as the first. The second film finds Bruce back as retired black ops agent Frank Moses, trying to live a quieter life with girlfriend Sarah Ross (Mary-Louise Parker). But things are never that simple for Frank, and soon old pal »
Summit Entertainment has hired writers for Red 3.
The company has already begun work on a third film ahead of the release of Red 2, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Jon and Erich Hoeber, who wrote both the previous films, have been tapped to return.
No details for Red 3 have been released.
Red 2 will arrive in cinemas on July 19. Watch a trailer for the film below:
Nicole Kidman is here in Cannes, so is Ang Lee, and Audrey Tautou, and a second-generation Jagger, and Justin Timberlake, and Cindy Crawford, and Cheryl Cole, and Pelé, and all of them have been rained on, stubbornly, for days. Rain at Cannes used to be rare, regulars say. Russell Crowe has an anecdote about sitting in a screening wearing sodden zip-ups back in 1991, and Bruce Willis got splashed by a freak wave in 2006 – but for a couple of decades straight, at least, this festival was a dry deal, screenings and parties staged outdoors, everyone "cooked to a turn" (as F Scott Fitzgerald described the local way of sunbathing). Then last year the roof of the Soixantième theatre blew off. »
- Tom Lamont
Hi guys! The Red 3 update time! Summit Entertainment has hired screenwriting siblings Jon Hoeber & Erich Hoeber -whose credits include Red and Red 2, along with the 2009 thriller Whiteout and last year’s Hasbro board game adaptation-turned-alien actioner Battleship – to write the threequel. The studio has, meanwhile, moved ahead the releases of Red 2, originally scheduled for release on August 2nd will now hit theaters July 19th, 2013. Sequel Red 2 arrives from director Dean Parisot and stars Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Byung Hun Lee, Brian Cox and Neal McDonough. Production on Red 3 could »
- Nick Martin
Even though the first sequel isn't out for another two months, Lionsgate-Summit has already signed writers Jon and Erich Hoeber to pen the third installment of the "Red" film franchise.
The original 2010 film, based on a comic book mini-series by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner, followed over-the-hill operatives kicking the butts of younger agents. Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren and John Malkovich star.
The 2010 film raked in an impressive $199 million worldwide at the box-office from a modest budget. If the script for the third film is approved, filming could begin as early as January.
Source: Heat Vision »
- Garth Franklin
Summit Entertainment released the first "Red" movie, starring Bruce Willis, Karl Urban, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren, back in 2010. It went on to gross $200 million worldwide on a budget of $58 million. Soon after, the studio announced that it's working on a sequel, which is now set to hit theaters on July 19th. But even though "Red 2" has yet to be released, Summit just announced that it has started work on "Red 3." While deals with the actors have yet to be made, screenwriters Jon and Erich Hoeber (Red, Red 2) have just been hired to begin writing the third installment. Production could start as early as January of 2014. »
We've heard plenty of rumours over the past few months about possible casting additions for The Expendables 3, and now that Sylvester Stallone has found a director in Australian filmmaker Patrick Hughes (Red Hill), it seems it's full steam ahead on casting for the third instalment in the 'geri-action' franchise.
Taking to Twitter, Stallone has announced that Mickey Rourke will reprise the role of Tool for the threequel, having sat out last year's The Expendables 2, as well as confirming the addition of martial arts icon Jackie Chan. So far, the only other actor to be confirmed for The Expendables 3 is Wesley Snipes, but the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren and Jet Li are all expected to return for a third outing.
At this point in time, it's unclear when The Expendables 3 will go into production, although a 2014 release date looks likely... especially »
- Flickering Myth
• Emily Blunt (Looper) is reportedly in talks to join the ever-growing ensemble cast of Disney’s Into the Woods to play the role of the Baker’s (James Corden) wife. The main cast also currently includes Meryl Streep (The Witch) and Johnny Depp (The Wolf). Chris Pine and Jake Gyllenhaal are both in talks for two prince roles. Blunt recently appeared with Colin Firth in Arthur Newman and can be seen next with Tom Cruise in Doug Liman’s All You Need Is Kill (out June 4). [Variety]
- Lindsey Bahr
Red 2 isn't due out for another month, but Summit has already tapped the screenwriting duo of Jon and Erich Hoeber to pen the threequel. The siblings certainly know their spy stuff as they've written both the original film and the sequel, which is testing high and giving the studio confidence of another go-round. News of Red 3 may take a bit of the tension out of the plot of Red 2, which sees retired CIA operatives going back into the field in order to track down a portable nuclear device. Heat Vision reports that production on Red 3 could start as early as January 2014, pending script approval; no deals with the cast have been made as of yet. The Dean Parisot-directed sequel stars Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Mary-Louise Parker and Byung-hun Lee. Red 2 opens July 19th. »
- Dave Trumbore
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