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This family has good genes! Rumer Willis is clearly ready for summer. The 26-year-old Dancing With the Stars pro flaunted her killer bikini body this week in a skimpy black bikini that featured see-through mesh details. The barely-there swimsuit complimented Rumer's insane physique and long legs perfectly and showed lots of skin, including major cleavage and her tiny waist. If it weren't for the mesh panels, Demi Moore and Bruce Willis' daughter would be nearly naked! As for her day of rest and relaxation, Rumer soaked up the sun while hanging by the pool ahead of the Fourth of July holiday. Earlier this week, Rumer showed off her hot body in another sexy black bikini. She took to Instagram to »
Exclusive: John Goodman, Stephanie Sigman, Adrian Martinez, Kal Penn and Emily Robinson have joined Bruce Willis in the Mark & Robb Cullen-directed untitled comedy for Voltage Pictures that just got underway in Venice Beach. They round out a cast that includes Jason Momoa, Thomas Middleditch and Famke Janssen. Willis plays an L.A.-based private investigator whose professional and personal worlds collide after his loving pet Buddy is stolen by a notorious gang. A series of… »
Can we go to there? Bruce Willis' wife, Emma Heming-Willis, shared a stunning new family photo via Instagram on Wednesday, June 24, of the actor playing with their two little girls Mabel and Evelyn in the backyard of their home. "Summer summer summer time," Heming, 37, captioned the magical snapshot, referencing the lyrics of Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff's 1991 track, "Summertime." The ethereal outdoor photo features the Die Hard star, 60, kneeling on the green grass with a hose in hand and dousing his wife, who [...] »
Songs On Screen: All week HitFix will be featuring tributes by writers to their favorite musical moments from TV and film. Check out all the entries in the series here. When we talk about underrated directors, it's hard not to mention Walter Hill. Hill is an underrated director, the way Michael Ritchie and Peter Yates were underrated directors, the way Roger Donaldson, Joe Dante, and Fred Schepisi are underrated directors. They’re all underrated because it’s only when you look at their filmographies that the numbers start to total up and you realize, boy, he directed a lot of really good movies. In Hill’s case, that list includes "The Warriors," "48 Hours," "The Long Riders," "Southern Comfort,: "Hard Times," "Trespass," and "Wild Bill." Some great. Some solid. (My personal favorite of those is Hard Times, a pulpy film about bare-knuckle boxers in the Great Depression.) There were clunkers »
- Michael Oates Palmer
It's no surprise to discover that The Messenger's director David Blair also helmed several episodes of the wonderful 1990s BBC One drama The Lakes. He has a wonderful knack for imbuing nature and buildings with an ethereal quality that entrances our eyes and establishes a foreboding atmosphere, as is evident in his latest film.
The unsettling tale follows Robert Sheehan's troubled soul Jack, a young man burdened by all the dead people that talk to him. "I don't want to help people, I want to get rid of them," he bemoans at one stage. But can he use what he learns to figure out the grizzly demise of someone connected to him? Or will the police, concerned by his bizarre behaviour, deal with him first?
A fascinating lead turn from the »
The shoes are in storage — for now. Season 20 Dancing With the Stars champion Rumer Willis suffered a foot injury on Wednesday, June 24, forcing her to sit out from the show's summer tour, Dancing With the Stars Live! Perfect 10 Tour. Demi Moore and Bruce Willis' daughter, 26, shared the news via Instagram early Thursday morning, alongside a photo of her right foot in a boot. I have to hang up my dancing shoes for a little bit because of a few stress fractures in my [...] »
Remember when Scarlett Johansson tried to become a music star? Or when Bruce Willis decided to take a break from saving lives in order to produce several Motown themed albums? What about when Macaulay Culkin and his pizza inspired band were booed off stage?
You’d be forgiven if these uninspiring moves from the big screen to the recording booth had passed you by, but these famous actors aren’t as blessed to erase their spectacular career switch fails from their Wikipedia entry.
Playing the leading role in the latest multi-million blockbuster must leave you with some serious confidence, right? So imagine the level of comedown when a famous film star puts down their script in eager anticipation for five star reviews, only for a critic to describe the A-lister as ‘not a bad singer, but…’.
From cringeworthy band names to ‘super-pop’ genres, some of the world’s »
- Matthew Brown
Songs On Screen: All week Hitfix will be featuring tributes by writers to their favorite musical moments from TV and film. Check out the full series here. Last month when we did our Best Year in Film History series, I picked second and, as a result, I was able to select the correct answer: The best year in American cinematic history, at least over the last 50 years, is 1974 and any disagreements sadden and bore me. With that undeclared, but indisputable, victory in my back pocket, I was able to happily let colleagues choose many of my personal favorites for our Songs on Screen battle. You won't hear me say anything negative about "Fight the Power" and its centrality to "Do the Right Thing" or the evocative pull of "Nobody Does It Better" (or a slew of other James Bond themes) or the timelessness of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." Nor will »
- Daniel Fienberg
When it was announced in March that Stephen King's classic horror novel Misery was getting the Broadway treatment, Elizabeth Marvel was intended to play the juicy role of number-one fan and number-one torturous motivator Annie Wilkes on stage. Due to House of Cards commitments, however, Marvel has left the project and Laurie Metcalf has joined it in her place.
Variety reports that Laurie Metcalf will play Annie Wilkes in the Misery Broadway play. Widely known for her stellar turn as Jackie Harris on Roseanne in addition to a plethora of other TV and film credits, Metcalf is perhaps best known to horror fans for her intense, unflinching portrayal as Mrs. Loomis in Scream 2.
As Wilkes, Metcalf will inflict pain on author Paul Sheldon, played by Bruce Willis in his Broadway debut. Metcalf is no stranger to the stage, having performed both off Broadway in Domesticated and on Broadway in The Other Place. »
- Derek Anderson
Actor Laurie Metcalf boasts a long, robust career, but this fall will mark only her second foray into horror. Following her turn as the vengeful Debbie Salt (aka Mrs. Loomis) in Scream 2, Metcalf will take over for Elizabeth Marvel in the upcoming stage adaptation of Stephen King’s Misery. Directed by Will Frears, the limited…
- Samuel Zimmerman
Laurie Metcalf will star opposite Bruce Willis in the Broadway production of “Misery,” producers of the play announced Tuesday. Metcalf, a three-time Emmy Award winner and two-time Tony Award nominee, is an original member of the Steppenwolf Theatre. She was last seen on the New York stage in Lincoln Center’s production of Bruce Norris’ “Domesticated,” and in her Tony Award-nominated performance in Manhattan Theatre Club’s production of Sharr White’s “The Other Place.” She received three Emmy Awards for her work on the TV series “Roseanne,” stars in HBO’s “Getting On,” and has a recurring role on “The Big Bang Theory. »
- Joe Otterson
Demi Moore is officially defying nature. The 52-year-old mom of three posed in a bikini and looked flawless alongside her daughters Tallulah and Scout Willis in an Instagram photo on Sunday, June 21. “When you can’t be with the papa…#freeslw #Poolparty #mymomsbodtho,” Tallulah appropriately captioned the photo on Father’s Day, giving her famous mom’s figure a shout-out. Bruce Willis’ daughters looked equally as fit. The 21-year-old donned a chic white one piece while her older sister Scout, 23, bared her genetically gifted bod in a teeny blue bikini. [...] »
Born in New Jersey in 1961, Longo enjoyed a career spanning over thirty years; moving out to Los Angeles back in the early 1980’s he landed a recurring role on the hit TV series Alice, and films such as Sixteen Candles, Splash and Fletch. He was later cast in NBC’s Hell Town and the hit comedy movies Police Academy and Shakey Ground. Over the years Longo has been seen in some of Hollywood’s major TV shows and motion pictures alongside the likes of Bruce Willis in The Last Boy Scout, Matthew McConaughey in How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days and Naomi Watts in Mulholland Drive.
“When the team at Bohemia met with Tony they instantly feel in love with his natural charm and charisma, but also each of the managers had »
- Gary Collinson
Madison Square Garden Company is hiring longtime CAA partner David “Doc” O’Connor as its CEO, with the board vote set for Tuesday, Variety has learned.
O’Connor was actively involved in the creation of 9-year-old CAA Sports, which has had a close relationship with Msg. The agency represents many players on the Msg-owned New York Knicks including star forward Carmelo Anthony.
CAA also negotiated Msg’s partnership with JPMorgan Chase in 2010, touted by the agency as “the most lucrative building deal in sports history.”
The Msg CEO position has been vacant since Tad Smith left in March to become president and CEO of Sotheby’s. Msg executive chairman James Dolan assumed Msg leadership at that point while it searched for a new CEO.
Msg filed an initial registration statement in March with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to split its Msg Media regional sports network from its sports-entertainment holdings, »
- Dave McNary
Stars: Bruce Willis, Ambyr Childers, Thomas Jane, Bryan Greenberg, Johnathon Schaech, Charlotte Kirk, Brett Granstaff, Ryan O’Nan, David Gordon, Colin Egglesfield, Cameron Brexler, Jesse Pruett, Tyler Jon Olson, Don Harvey, Lydia Hull | Written by Andre Fabrizio, Jeremy Passmore | Directed by Brian A. Miller
Take one part The Matrix, one part Surrogates and mix in a dash of video gmae Mirror’s Edge and you have Vice, a Cyberpunk action flick that – for older film fans like myself – plays as little more than a modern-day clone of Westworld and its sequel; which also shares a lot in common with the likes of Mamoru Oshii’s Ghost in the Shell sequel Innocence.
Designed by Julian Michaels (Willis), Vice is the ultimate resort where anything goes, allowing customers to play out their wildest fantasies and fulfil their deepest, darkest desires with artificial inhabitants who look, think and feel like real humans. Things »
- Phil Wheat
Sir Roger Moore wants former James Bond actors to star in an action movie.
The 87-year-old star revealed he’s been approached by a film studio to develop a movie starring several former 007 actors including Sean Connery, 84, George Lazenby, 75, Timothy Dalton, 71 and Pierce Brosnan, 62.
Speaking about the concept, he insisted: “I’d be up for it.
“But I’d need about ten stunt doubles.”
According to The Sun newspaper, the film would be similar to ‘The Expendables‘ franchise, which has brought together movie legends including Jason Statham, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dolph Lundgren and Bruce Willis for a series of action-packed blockbusters.
However, Sean, who retired in 2006, is not convinced by the idea and is currently refusing to engage in discussions for the movie. »
- Paul Heath
Directed by Doug Ellin.
Movie star Vincent Chase, together with his boys Eric, Turtle, and Johnny, are back – and back in business with super agent-turned-studio head Ari Gold on a risky project that will serve as Vince’s directorial debut.
HBO’s Entourage, a show about the glitz, glamour and dark underbelly of Hollywood, half inspired by co-developer Mark Wahlberg’s real early life in tinsel town, is something of an acquired taste. Therefore I should really preface this by saying how big of a fan I am. It would be deceptive not to. And by big, I mean massive. If fans were movie stars, I’d be Vincent Chase. Perhaps (okay, undoubtedly) that’s the reason I enjoyed this film so much; certainly, any film »
- Edward Gardiner
Bruce Willis is set to get back into the comedy game, reteaming with the writers of Cop Out to make an untitled film that will feature him back as a private detective. But while it looks like this is Willis' vehicle to steer, he is being joined on the project by a pretty great supporting cast. The Hollywood Reporter not only has the scoop on these new casting additions, but also details about who all of the newcomers will be playing in the comedy - which will be about a P.I. living in Los Angeles who discovers that his dog has been kidnapped due to some business relating to his profession.. So who are these actors? Let's do a quick rundown, shall we? First up, we have Jason Momoa, who is on the verge of joining the A-list thanks to his high profile role as Aquaman in Batman v »
Voltage topper Nicolas Chartier will produce with Dominic Rustam overseeing. Ethan Furman has adapted a script from the 1978 novel, in which protagonist Hank Chinaski is a celebrated poet and writer and is faced with a variety of women who provide him only temporary fulfillment.
The Chinaski character appeared in eight other Bukowski novels: “Confessions of a Man Insane Enough to Live With the Beasts” (1965), “Post Office” (1971), “South of No North” (1973), “Factotum” (1975), “Ham on Rye” (1982), “Hot Water Music” (1983), “Hollywood” (1989) and “Septuagenarian Stew” (1990). Bukowski died in 1994 in Los Angeles.
Bukowski also wrote the screenplay for 1987’s semi-autobiographical “Barfly,” directed by Barbet Schroeder and starring Mickey Rourke as Henry along with Faye Dunaway. The movie also features a cameo appearance by Bukowski himself.
- Dave McNary
Summertime and the living's easy for Tallulah and Scout Willis. Demi Moore and Bruce Willis' daughters spent the day at the beach in Malibu and snapped photos of themselves basking in all their bikini glory and working on their tans. The Instagram of Scout shows her suggestively posing with a slice of watermelon, and as luck would have it, there's even underboob involved in the candid shot. And then there's the photo of Tallulah, who is perfectly perched on a beach towel all the while wearing a bathing suit ensemble that only she would be able to pull off so well. Between the straw hat, ivory scarf, retro white shades and mismatched black-and-yellow floral bikini, Tallulah is »
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