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Jun 30,2014

‘The Prince’ Trailer

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Here is the trailer for the upcoming film The Prince starring Bruce Willis. Enjoy!

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Jan 10,2014

Bruce In Talks With ‘Captive’

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Bruce is reportedly in talks to work on the project Captive. Below is more information on the possible project.

Bruce Willis’ latest potential project is called Captive, which is another thriller, this time about a millionaire held to ransom in Brazil and a detective attempting to track him down.

Captive was initially intended as a vehicle for Arnold Schwarzenegger, who’s since dropped out. Director Simon Brand – who previously made 2006’s Unknown, not to be confused with the more recent Liam Neeson flick – will start filming the movie in March.

— Source DenofGeek.com

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Nov 03,2013

Moonrise Kingdom (2012) BluRay Screen Captures

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Here are the BluRay screen captures of Bruce Willis in Moonrise Kingdom (2012). Enjoy!

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Jan 22,2013

Bruce Willis talks ‘A Good Day To Die Hard’

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Bruce Willis has spoken out about his forthcoming new film A Good Day To Die Hard.

Willis will reprise his role as no-nonsense cop John McClane in the flick, a character he first made famous in the first installment in the franchise, 1988’s Die Hard – and in an interview with Total Film, he said the main aim was to make a film which lived up to the legacy of the original.

“I’m really pleased to continue to be asked back to do other versions and other incarnations of Die Hard,” he said.. “The first one really is… that’s all there is. Everything else is just trying to be as good as that film.” Read the rest of this entry »

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Jun 10,2011

‘Looper’ Gets A Release Date For 2012

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For a movie involving assassination by way of time traveling to the past, setting the theatrical release date in the future seems a bit odd. Why set Looper for September 28, 2012 when you could prove the point of the movie so much more effectively if you released it sometime back in 1995? I heard that September was pretty good for movies.

Anyway, the film stars Bruce Willis and Joesph Gordon-Levitt as assassins who use time travel to kill their targets. Actually, they get their assignments from the future when their targets commit a crime. Kinda like a reverse Minority Report. Sort of. But instead of Spielberg it’s the guy who did Brick. Sounds good to me. [Source]

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Feb 27,2010

“Cop Out” sets sights on “Shutter Island”

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Bruce Willis takes on Leonardo DiCaprio at the weekend box office in North America as three restricted movies vie for adult audiences.

The buddy-cop movie “Cop Out,” starring Willis and Tracy Morgan, opens Friday along with the similarly R-rated horror remake “The Crazies.”

Warner Bros.’ “Buddy Cop” likely will duel for first place with DiCaprio’s “Shutter Island,” which opened at No. 1 last weekend with $41.1 million. The Paramount suspense thriller has prospects of fetching as much as $20 million this time.

But Warners distribution president Dan Fellman said director Kevin Smith’s comedy has at least a shot at copping weekend bragging rights. “It’s going to be a competitive weekend,” he said.

Prerelease tracking surveys show that “Cop” holds strongest appeal among older men. That overlaps a bit with at least a portion of the broad base of support for “Island.”

“The Crazies,” a remake of George Romero’s 1973 horror film, targets younger demos, so it might overlap with “Island” but not as much with “Cop.” At midweek, tracking showed the Overture Films release headed for a bow in the midteen millions.  Read the rest of this entry »

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