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Kate Beckinsale made a scorching hot appearance at the British Fashion Awards in London on Monday. The 42-year-old actress posed for photographers and signed autographs on the red carpet before making her way inside the fete, which boasted a guest list that included stars like Lady Gaga and Victoria Beckham, who was joined by her husband, David Beckham. The chic outing comes during a pivotal time for Kate, who stepped out without her wedding ring on Sunday, after reports surfaced that she had separated from her husband of more than a decade, Len Wiseman. Keep scrolling for more pictures of Kate's sexy night out, and then relive her hottest moments of all time. »
- Monica Sisavat
Kate Beckinsale knows how to telegraph .... she's making it clear she'll have no problem finding a new man now that her 11 year marriage to hubby Len Wiseman is all but over. Kate locked hands with a dude as she left Monday's British Fashion Awards in London ... and they were all smiles. Both she and Len have been hitting the town sans wedding ring, and Len's gotten real chummy with a 24-year-old model. Clearly game over. »
- TMZ Staff
With estranged hubby Len Wiseman strolling around town without his wedding ring, the beautiful Kate Beckinsale did the same Sunday night at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards in London. Kate flaunted a naked ring finger and looked anything but heartbroken. As TMZ reported, Wiseman has been spotted around town with a very young model, Cj Franco. Kate and Len married in 2004 ... so far there's been no official word on a divorce. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Hindsight is 20/20 of course, but did Kate Beckinsale foresee her own split? Or maybe not in so many words, but looking back it seems as if the Underworld star was for years taking a one-day-at-a-time approach to her marriage to filmmaker Len Wiseman. E! News confirmed today that the couple have separated after 11 years of marriage, with a source saying that "they have not been together for a few months." They looked very much a couple almost exactly a year ago at the 2014 American Music Awards, but sightings had become few and far between—and a month ago, neither Beckinsale nor Wiseman was wearing a wedding ring when spotted on separate occasions. We hope that, whatever happens, »
Kate Beckinsale and Len Wiseman have called it quits, E! News has learned. The Total Recall actress and her husband "have been separated for a while," one source tells E! News. The estranged couple have informed their friends of their split, a separate insider adds, and tells us, "They have not been together for a few months." The news comes on the heels of Wiseman being spotted out and about without his wedding ring over the past months, hanging out with 24-year-old model Cj Franco. Beckinsale, on the other hand, has been busy filming Underworld 5 in Prague. She hasn't been spotted with her husband since June, when she and Wiseman went out for a low-key date night at The »
Kate Beckinsale has separated from her husband, Len Wiseman, after more than a decade of marriage, People reports. According to a source, the couple have actually been separated for several months, and Len has already been spotted with another woman. "They are still friendly and spend time together in La when Kate is there," the source claims, adding, "there has been no drama. It's just not Kate's style. They have both had complicated schedules and have grown apart." The couple first met on the set of the first Underworld movie in 2003 and tied the knot in 2004. Judging by the fact that Kate only seems to be getting more gorgeous, she'll be just fine. See more of the most shocking breakups of 2015. »
- Ryan Roschke
Kate Beckinsale's husband has been hitting the town like a very single guy over the last month ... a single guy out with a very young model. 42-year-old Len Wiseman has been spotted out -- sans wedding ring -- with 24-year-old Cj Franco. They were out Tuesday night at The Nice Guy, partied until 2 Am and left together. It's the third time we've seen Len out with Cj, as 42-year-old Kate is ensconced in Prague »
- TMZ Staff
Earlier this week, we posted an article about a film fan/ indie movie producer’s pretty decent pitch for a Die Hard 6. Eric D. Wilkinson took at a quite expensive full-page-ad in The Hollywood Reporter to share his ideas for a sixth Die Hard with director Len Wiseman and star Bruce Willis. There’s been no official response as yet, but Kick-Ass creator, and Fox’s Chief Creative Consultant for their Marvel properties, Mark Millar, picked up on our article and chimed in on his thoughts of getting John McClane to the ‘Die Hard scenario’ of his prison incarceration a little quicker.
Here’s what Millar posted on his website.
To get McClane in this high-security prison much faster and much more smoothly how about he’s arrested as he comes off a Christmas flight and he has no idea what the Hell he’s being charged with? He’s »
- Paul Heath
Independent producer and screenwriter Eric D Wilkinson pens open letter to Bruce Willis, producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura and director Len Wiseman calling for action saga to return to less preposterous roots
A self-confessed Die Hard obsessive has taken out a full page advert in Us film industry bible The Hollywood Reporter pitching his own idea to revitalise the long-running action saga.
Deadline revealed last month that producers are planning a new instalment featuring 60-year-old Bruce Willis alongside a younger actor as battling New York cop John McClane. Much of the action would take place in 1979, showing McClane’s first forays into crime-fighting, with Willis as an older version of the character in the present day.
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- Ben Child
A nice addition to this story. Mark Millar, the man at the heart of the likes of Kick-Ass and Kingsman: The Secret Service, has posted about Eric D Wilkinson's idea for a new Die Hard film. And what's more, he's taken it a step further. Here's what else Millar would do with the original idea that Wilkinson had...
To get McClane in this high-security prison much faster and much more smoothly how about he’s arrested as he comes off a Christmas flight and he has no idea what the Hell he’s being charged with? He’s been busted under a Homeland Security provision, the last twenty five years of his life having him involved or certainly at the centre of…
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We can’t help but feel a little disappointed at the last two Die Hard sequels. While Die Hard 4.0, or Live Free Or Die Hard if you’re Stateside, wasn’t that bad, the fifth movie, A Good Day To Die Hard certainly didn’t hit anywhere near the mark. Somewhere along the way the filmmakers, studio, producers etc. have lost their way and the whole thinking behind what made the first Die Hard great, but an independent film producer hopes to change all of that with his Die Hard 6 story idea..
Despite an official Die Hard 6 being in the works, which is being pitched as a prequel and sequel with Len Wiseman (Die Hard 4) directing, indie film writer and producer Eric D. Wilkinson took out a »
- Paul Heath
Earlier this month it was announced that Live Free or Die Hard director Len Wiseman is reuniting with Bruce Willis for a sixth entry in the Die Hard franchise, which will reportedly reinvent the action series with a 1979 prequel adventure for a young John McClane and featuring flash-forward scenes with Willis in the present day.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight at the premiere of Rock the Kasbah, Willis has shared his excitement about the potential project, stating that: “It’s a very good idea, a really tricky idea, and I’m very happy about it. It’s a really cool idea, because it’s the origin story. It’s gonna happen at the beginning of this. We’re going to bounce back and forth.”
Asked who might star as the young McClane, Willis added: “We’re not there yet. Hopefully he’s got a hard head.”
Is a Die Hard prequel a good idea, »
- Gary Collinson
Two of Fox's hit shows, Bones and Sleepy Hollow, will crossover with a two-hour event on Thursday, October 29, just in time for Halloween. To get fans ready for this crossover, Fox has released a new trailer, showing what happens when Booth (David Boreanaz) and Bones (Emily Deschanel) interact with Sleepy Hollow's Abbie (Nicole Beharie) and Crane (Tom Mison). The trailer teases a "history-making" discovery, but you'll have to wait until Thursday night to find out what it is.
Just in time for Halloween, the scientific world of Bones meets the supernatural world of Sleepy Hollow in a crossover event to thrill the living, the dead and everything in between, airing Thursday, Oct. 29. On Bones (8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt), the grisly discovery of human remains lead Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Booth (David Boreanaz) on a hunt for clues, during which they encounter Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) and Abbie »
Fox is taking it to the streets. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Fox has just ordered a pilot based on David Amsden's New York Times' article, "Who Runs the Streets of New Orleans?"
The article, which ran on July 30, profiles Sidney Torres, a tech billionaire who has hired a private, high-tech police force to clean up New Orleans. The untitled drama series will follow what happens when rich private interest intersects with public goodwill.
What do you think? Did you read the article? Would you watch this series? »
Fox is developing a drama from writer David Slack, most recently co-executive producer on CBS’ Person Of Interest, and Sleepy Hollow co-creator/executive producer Len Wiseman. Inspired by the July New York Times Magazine article, “Who Runs the Streets of New Orleans” by David Amsden (read it here), the show explores what happens when an enigmatic tech billionaire makes a deal with a bankrupt, dying city to provide a privately owned-and-operated police force. Slack… »
As you probably already know, Fox is squeezing whatever it can out of the "Die Hard" franchise, with plans for a prequel, "Die Hard: Year One," with Len Wiseman involved. Yes, the guy behind "Live Free Or Die Hard," the shoddy "Total Recall" remake, and the mastermind of the "Underworld" franchise. The idea is that the proposed movie will follow young, '70s era John McClane as we learn how he got so die hard-esque — a story that doesn't need to be told, and betrays the everyman roots of the character — with Bruce Willis popping up in present day sequences for some reason, probably to cash a paycheck. And shocker, Willis thinks the concept has merit. Read More: 'Die Hard' Prequel 'Die Hard: Year One' In The Works, Bruce Willis Eyed To Return "It's a very good idea, a really tricky idea, and I'm very happy about it. It's a really cool idea, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Last week came word that a sixth film in the "Die Hard" series is not only moving forward, but would serve as both a prequel and a sequel to the film series so far - some of the story taking place in the present day and some back in 1979 when Bruce Willis' John McClane was just a young cop.
Attending the premiere of "Rock the Kasbah" this week, Willis confirmed the news and actually seems excited by the idea. He tells Et Online:
"It's a very good idea, a really tricky idea, and I'm very happy about it. It's a really cool idea, because it's the origin story. It's gonna happen at the beginning of this. We're going to bounce back and forth."
Bruce Willis adds that he will "probably" produce the film but admits he's not quite sure who will play the young John McClane: "We'll see. I don't know. »
- Garth Franklin
Last week came the, er, very welcome news that a Die Hard origins story in the works. Die Hard: Year One, as it appears to be called, is being developed by Die Hard 4.0 director Len Wiseman. It'll part be set in the present day, and then it'll also go back and explore the early days of John McClane.
The idea, thus far, has not gone down very well, not least because A Good Day To Die Hard has left a very sour taste in the mouths of many Die Hard fans. Plus, what part of John McClane's origin that you didn't get from the first 15 minutes of Die Hard do you really need to know? Unless it's going to be an Oscar-baiting drama about a slow marriage break-up? »
Someone is serious about making a sixth Die Hard movie. Even though each new entry into the series has looked like a worse idea than the one before, that isn't stopping 20th Century Fox from going back to the well again with John McClane. This time, an origin story is on the table with Len Wiseman involved that would be called Die Hard: Year One and... well, I know you're dying to hear what Bruce Willis thinks... Read More »
- Billy Donnelly
Last week, a new report surfaced that Die Hard 6 is moving forward, which will be set both in the 1970s and in the present day, giving fans both a prequel and a sequel at the same time. Bruce Willis will come back as iconic NYPD cop John McClane for the present day scenes, with a younger actor being sought to play the 1970s version of the beloved character. The scenes that take place in 1979 will be set 10 years before the events of the original Die Hard. While attending the red carpet premiere of Rock the Kasbah, Bruce Willis shed some new light on Die Hard 6, revealing he's excited to tell John McClane's origin story.
"It's a very good idea, a really tricky idea, and I'm very happy about it. It's a really cool idea, because it's the origin story. It's gonna happen at the beginning of this. We're going to bounce back and forth. »
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