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The 'Avengers' director hints that the new additions to his upcoming film will be 'brother-sister,' which presumably are Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver.
The 'Someone Like You' songstress is said to be back in the recording studio, busy working on her next album.
Vaughn reveals the good news to Ellen DeGeneres, saying that he and wife are 'very excited' to welcome their baby in August.
Willis and Parker learn that their relationship is heading downhill as they meet new people during their global quest in the new trailer for Dean Parisot's upcoming film.
The 'Die Hard' actor expresses his concern that the new laws could infringe on Second Amendment rights and says he didn't believe there's a link between the mass shootings and Hollywood movies.
The John McClane depicter confirmed the good news when promoting 'A Good Day to Die Hard' in the U.K. recently.
The wax sculpture, which attracts some ladies to strike some pose with, is introduced in front of Madame Tussauds in Times Square ahead of the February release of 'A Good Day to Die Hard'.
The R'n'B crooner ripped his pants right on the crotch during his performance at the inaugural event last Saturday, January 19.
After Woz claimed the movie's 'totally wrong,' a rep for the filmmakers insists, 'The film is not a documentary' though admitting that there are some historical inaccuracies in it.
The pioneering boyband returns with the first single off their new '10' album set to be released in April.
The first snippet from 'A Good Day to Die Hard' sees Willis' protagonist character embarking on an intense car chase on the Russian streets.
Director Robert Rodriguez promises fans will see Willis in the 'Sin City' sequel, while Jones confirms he will return as villainous Arnim Zola in the Marvel superhero flick.
Malkovich convinces retired Willis to embark on another dangerous mission to track down a missing portable nuclear device.
Willis' John McLane visits Moscow for the first time, but his trip is interrupted because his only son is involved in a dangerous mission to stop a nuclear weapon heist.
The 'Thor' star reportedly is offered $10 million to play lead character Mitch Rapp in the movie adaptation of Vince Flynn's bestselling novel series.