In the most chuckle-worthy lawsuit to hit Hollywood’s Legal Circuit since Hohan sued E-Trade for allegedly calling her a milk lush, Bruce Willis has reportedly been slapped with a $27,700 claim over a rug! Read the rest of this entry »
Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett are back with more of their animated band, Gorillaz. The group has released the video for their newest single, “Stylo” — featuring a guest appearance from actor Bruce Willis. “Stylo” is the first track from the Gorillaz’s forthcoming album Plastic Beach, out March 8.
Sigh: Do we really need to see another Die Hard movie? Bruce Willis jumpstarted his career as a big-screen action man playing New York City cop John McClane in the 1988 blockbuster, which went on to spawn three follow-ups. Now 54, the actor is making plans to return to the Die Hard franchise, confirming that a fifth installment is currently in the works. The action star has suggested that he could “Die Hard” once more by the end of 2011.
Bruce says he’s in negotiations to reprise the role he made famous more than two decades ago — and he’s hoping to get Len Wiseman, who helmed 2007′s Live Free or Die Hard, to return for the next project.
“I think we’re going to do a Die Hard 5 next year. I would hire Len Wiseman right now (to direct).”
Bruce Willis just says “no” to cosmetic surgery. The Die Hard star has revealed that he is not a fan of cosmetic surgery and will never resort to going under the knife to maintain a youthful appearance. “Cosmetic stuff, I am not a fan of it and I know a lot of people are. It’s a big business and anytime you can make a lot of money off something it is going to stick around,” the 54-year-old actor told Fox News on Friday. “I don’t plan on cutting myself up, you would be surprised, there are a lot of male actors that think about it just as much as women do. I don’t think about it very often. I don’t really care,” he added.