Bruce Willis News
collider.com – Dean Parisot’s (Galaxy Quest) action-comedy sequel Red 2 opens this weekend. The follow-up pits ex-CIA operative Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) against Victoria (Helen Mirren) when MI6 greenlights his assassination as Interpol’s “Most Wanted.” All the while, Moses and his team must work to track down a missing nuclear device. For more on the film, watch these six clips and the trailer. 21 weeks 3 days ago via theothersenhman
variety.com – Bruce Willis is in negotiations to star in “Expiration,” the action-thriller that Randall Emmett and George Furla have made a deal to produce and fully finance. The Emmett / Furla production, announced Thursday at Cannes, has a $60 million budget and a start date of March. “Broken City” writer Brian Tucker is scripting the story... 30 weeks 9 hours ago via brucelee
8:16 PM 4/30/2013 by Binh Ngo
We learned from Bruce Willis back in February that Die Hard 6 is in the works, but no details other than that. Today comes word that a British screenwriter is working on the story treatment, and it has a working title of Die Hardest.
fb.indiewire.com – "A Good Day To Die Hard" was fucking awful, but here's the thing: it made a shitpile of money. While American audiences mostly shrugged, international audiences lined up and taking in $302 million worldwide, it has become the third best performing entry in the franchise. So of course, Fox is thinking about getting John McClane back in action before Bruce Willis really and truly is too old for this shit. 32 weeks 2 days ago via brucelee
9:06 AM 4/26/2013 by Jeff Giles
In spite of its showy cast, 2010's RED wasn't much more than a pleasantly mind-numbing dose of your average Hollywood over-the-top action thriller, retooled to incorporate the admittedly clever twist of having AARP-eligible actors doing the fake killing -- but it grossed nearly $200 million during its box office run, so now it's a franchise, and Summit's got a new theatrical trailer for RED 2 to prove it.
8:21 AM 3/29/2013 by Logan Falk
This week is looking supremely unpromising for those in search of a decent movie—this week’s new releases have received abysmal ratings from many critics. Yesterday introduced us to the years-overdue sequel to the first G.I. Joe film: G.I. Joe: Retaliation. This film picks up right where the last left off, with the Joes facing not only the ever-persistent Cobra, but infiltrators in the US government as well.