Star Samuel L. Jackson is ready to go for the potential sequel, joining Bruce Willis and M. Night Shyamalan. The post Samuel L. Jackson On Board for Unbreakable 2 appeared first on CBR.com.
A Hendee & Nelson "Silver King" Bicycle, circa 1890s (est. $50,000), is expected to headline a collection of items once owned by former actor Steve McQueen ? one of three private celebrity collections ? in Heritage Auctions' Entertainment Signature Auction March 18 in Dallas. Show More Summary
With the ‘80s action hero ensemble The Expendables 2 currently on theater screens worldwide, it’s worth remembering that most of these men of action have dabbled in horror over the years. Bruce Willis has the ghostly hit The Sixth Sense...Show More Summary
The more M. Night Shyamalan talks continuing David Dunn’s (Bruce Willis) story, the happier we get. Just yesterday it was reported the writer-director completed his 11-page outline for his follow-up to Unbreakable. He’ll typically spend...Show More Summary
Bruce Willis' plan to build a private airport isn't flying with some residents of Idaho. A lawsuit filed on behalf of Fairfield, Idaho, residents allege that county commissioners in Camas County improperly changed the county's zoning ordinance to pave the way for the airport, the Idaho Mountain Express reports. Show More Summary
IF YOU HAVEN’T YET SEEN SPLIT, AVOID THIS ARTICLE UNTIL YOU DO YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED The brilliant twist in M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable was that we had been watching, unbeknownst to us, a superhero movie: Bruce Willis’ David Dunn was the hero, and Samuel L. Jackson’s Elijah Price was the villain. Dark and grounded-in-reality, […]
In the years just before he starred as John McClane in the first “Die Hard” film, Bruce Willis had already locked down one of the decade’s most memorable roles: the spokesperson for Seagram’s Golden Wine Cooler. For those fond of retro ’80s commercials, Willis stars in multiple spots, all of which are viewable on YouTube. Show More Summary
Everyone knows "Die Hard" is one of the all-time great Christmas movies. This isn't "Die Hard," but a weird twisted spin-off, and I think you'll have fun watching. When he wakes up one morning, Bruce Willis finds himself pursued by an entire city... Show More Summary
While there's no hint that this sheriff was inspired by Bruce Willis' character in Die Hard, he certainly is having a "yippee-ki-yay" moment as his friend lassoes a cow from the hood of his moving car. Sheriff Monte Belew of Henry County,...Show More Summary
Surely the world remembers M. Night Shymalan's (MNS) The Sixth Sense. It crept into theaters, and blew most people away with it's twist-ending. Bruce Willis was excellent (isn't he always?) and Haley Joel Osment was still adorable. Then we got Unbreakable. Show More Summary
"The couple bought the historic movie house at 110 N. Main St. in 1995 with the idea of transforming it into a live-performance space. The next year, the couple encouraged their friends Rusty Wilson and Denise Simone to move their theater company from Richmond, Virginia, to Idaho to perform on the Liberty’s thrust stage. It […]
Here's one for the 90's action flick fans. Editor Pierre-Alexandre CHAUVAT woke up one morning and asked himself a question that everyone asks themselves now and again: what if every movie was out to kill Bruce Willis? The only difference...
A perfect chaser to your Christmas Die Hard marathon, this pair of brilliantly edited short films has the world chasing down Bruce Willis, and I mean the whole world. Wolf of Wall Street Leonardo DiCaprio issues the call, while Burn After Reading Brad Pitt stakes out his apartment, before Mad Max and Furiosa chase him down. Show More Summary
At 61 years of age, action film legend Bruce Willis may not be what he once was, but maybe that’s because people have been attempting to kill him on-screen for decades now. In this highly entertaining supercut by Pierre-Alexandre Chauvat we find Willis being attacked in scenes from 53 different movies. The kicker here, however, […]
French artist and video editor Pierre-Alexandre Chauvat is back again with “Everybody Wants to Kill Bruce 2,” a sequel to his original action movie mashup from 2013. This time around, Bruce Willis wakes up and finds himself, once again, being pursued by an entire city. Chauvat features scenes from The Fifth Element, Looper, Pulp Fiction, […]
You might remember back in 2013, an editor by the name of Pierre-Alexandre Chauvat put together a movie mash-up called Everybody Wants To Kill Bruce. The nearly 10 minute short cleverly edited 39 movies together to make it seem as if Bruce Willis was a target in every single one of them. Show More Summary
Why does everyone want to kill Bruce Willis? Because Pierre-Alexandre Chauvat hilariously edited together 53 different movies to make it seem like various characters from movies like The Bourne Ultimatum, Pulp Fiction, Hot Fuzz, Mad Max: Fury Road and more are after one our favorite action heroes. Show More Summary
And it’s the best movie he’s ever been in. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
(PG-13: Language) Pierre-Alexandre Chauvat follows up on his awesome Bruce Willis action flick with a sequel. And unlike Die Hard 2, this one is actually as good as the original. See if you can name all 53 movies, then watch with captions on to see if you’re right.
This is the Die Hard inspired Christmas ornament (Die Hard is a Christmas movie after all) handcrafted by Redditor StuFX. It features John McClane (Bruce Willis) crawling through an air vent with his Zippo in the "Come out to the coast, get together, we'll have a few laughs" scene from the movie. Show More Summary