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Originally posted 03/28/2011 03:00PM
Originally posted 02/10/2011 02:50PM
The movie may still be in development but Willow Smith has some ideas about which actor she'd love to play her adoptive father in her proposed Annie reboot. And her real-life dad, Will Smith, didn't make the cut.
The 10-year-old recently told Access Hollywood at Justin Bieber's Never Say Never premiere that she wanted Brad Pitt for the role of Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks.
But can he sing?
Originally posted 10/23/2010 06:35PM
Don't mess with Bruce Willis's girls: That's the message the actor shared while revealing the advice he gave his daughters, Rumer, 22, Scout, 19, and Tallulah, 16.
"I taught them to walk up to any young guy who's shoving you around on the playground and scream in their face that it's not okay to be mean," the actor said Thursday while promoting his action flick, Red, in England. "[It] works, too"
But Willis, 55, who wed for a second time in April 2009, isn't afraid to play the tough guy when necessary.
Originally posted 10/14/2010 03:00PM
Originally posted 10/14/2010 06:00AM
Bruce Willis had had two lovely ladies by his side while celebrating his new movie, Red, at an afterparty inside the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel: wife Emma and daughter Rumer. The actor was clearly the man of the hour though, and he worked the room and snapped pictures with guests. Emma, meanwhile, played the role of supportive wife, chilling out at her table with Rumer, who sipped champagne and looked radiant in her strapless black dress.
Originally posted 10/14/2010 06:00AM
Bruce Willis had two lovely ladies by his side while celebrating his new movie, Red, at an afterparty inside the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel: wife Emma and daughter Rumer. The actor was clearly the man of the hour though, and he worked the room and snapped pictures with guests. Emma, meanwhile, played the role of supportive wife, chilling out at her table with Rumer, who sipped champagne and looked radiant in her strapless black dress.
Originally posted 05/17/2010 06:00AM
Jennifer Garner may be in Shreveport, La., to film her new movie, Butter, but the actress also has been enjoying the company of her brood – husband Ben Affleck and daughters Violet, 4, and Seraphina, 1. A favorite family activity: shopping. Recently, the four bought matching tennis shoes for the girls at New Balance and some educational toys at the Moppet Shoppe. They've also turned the Starbucks into a hangout, grabbing breakfast and lattes with shots of espresso for Garner most mornings. "It's like clockwork," sources say of their visits, which also include cookies for the sisters. "Jennifer is super sweet and her girls are too."
Originally posted 09/29/2009 09:05AM
Don't expect Bruce Willis to follow in the online footsteps of his ex-wife Demi Moore and her husband Ashton Kutcher, who are some of the most prolific celebrity Twitter users.
Asked if he might start Tweeting too, Willis said at last week's Hollywood premiere of his new movie Surrogates, "Doubtful, doubtful. I just can't live with myself if I started Twittering ... I just think that way lies madness."
But one thing Willis, 54, is happy to do is savor the honeymoon period he's experiencing with new wife Emma Heming. Asked how they're settling into married life, the star told PEOPLE: "Really slowly... really slowly. We're just taking our time."
Originally posted 09/22/2009 01:55PM
They're just another married couple now, but you wouldn't have guessed it from the way Bruce Willis and new wife Emma Heming were acting in New York Monday night.
At the Cipriani Wall Street for Susan and Tony Bennett's Exploring the Arts Gala, the newlywed Willis affectionately smooched Emma's neck during a quiet moment over cocktails. And even though the couple got married all the way back in March at an idyllic wedding in Turks and Caicos attended by Ashton Kutcher and Willis' ex, Demi Moore, Willis also said that it "seems like less than a month. She's not only my best friend, but my wife."
Originally posted 09/05/2009 10:15AM
In real life Rumer Willis has a great relationship with her parents Demi Moore and Bruce Willis – but she'd like the chance see what their family dynamics are like onscreen.
"You know I'd really love that," Willis, 21, said Thursday night at the Los Angeles premiere for her new movie, Sorority Row. "I think it would be really fun to able to play an opposing character, so we'll see how that works out."
After all Wills says she's watched her parents' careers as a model of success. "I want to take my acting as far as I can," she says. "I think one of the best things in my life is that I got to see at a young age what I wanted to be."
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