Hollywood studio bosses aren’t letting the failure of Ashton Kutcher’s ill-fated CW drama, The Beautiful Life, hamper talks to pick up the Twitter King’s dynamic new film project, starring real-life exes Bruce Willis and Demi Moore.
Ashton is creating a healthy buzz for the ripped-from-real-life romantic comedy, that will see his cougar wife and her former husband chronicing the “zany adventures of a divorced couple after she marries a sexy stud 16 years her junior,” National Enquirer informant Mike Walker reports.
In an S&M-themed photoshoot for the July issue of W Magazine, on newsstands nationwide June 23, former action star Bruce Willis, 54, and his new wife Emma Heming, 32, open up about their young marriage and reveal, what Bruce calls, their public displays of affection.
“We’re sickening,” he explains. “We make out in public. I know there’s some rule that you’re not supposed to be doingâ€”what is it? Public displays of affection?”
“PDA,” says Emma, who is a model.
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Did Bruce hold a casting call to find a wife?
Just how Bruce Willis met his new wife, model Emma Heming, has always been a mystery. Reps for the Die Hard star maintains that the newlyweds connected via mutual friends, but Wednesday’s edition of The NY Post spins a more interesting tale spun straight from The Book of Tom Cruise.
Page Six tipsters claims action star actually met Emma, 30, when he was casting beauties to star in his 2007 Halle Berry-assisted film, Perfect Stranger.
“He personally went through head shots and when the girls were called in to ‘read,’ he was there in the meeting,” The Post quotes a source as saying. “It was odd for the star of a movie to do so, but at the time he was single and I guess he needed a date.”
Bruce Willis and model/actress Emma Heming, 30, wed in a small, private ceremony in the Caribbean on Saturday, a rep for the Die Hard star, 54, has confirmed. Read the rest of this entry »
Will Bruce Willis walk down the aisle with his model-actress girlfriend, Emma Heming, later this week? Read the rest of this entry »