Bruce Willis will return as John McClane on Valentine's Day 2013 in A Good Day to Die Hard, while Logan Lerman will go in search of the Golden Fleece the next month in Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis are officially confirmed to be joining the cast of The Expendables 2, in more "sizable" roles than their previous cameos.
The Max Payne director is set to replace Noam Murro on the next installment of the action franchise, which sends John McClane and his son to Russia.
The veteran actor is in talks to play Gen. Joe Colton in director Jon M. Chu's sequel. He would join a cast that includes Channing Tatum, Dwayne Johnson, Adrianne Palicki and Ray Stevenson.
Director Noam Murro will reportedly be replaced by John Moore on Die Hard 5, which is said to follow John McClane and his son through an adventure in Russia.
Wes Anderson's previously "in talks" cast for Moonrise Kingdom reportedly firms up as a newcomer, Jason Schwartzman, joins the team.
Robert Rodriguez hooks up with Kobe Bryant and Nike to pitch a new movie starring the baller's kick-ass alter-ego/sneaker line, the Black Mamba.
Bruce Willis is on the search for a director to helm the next installment Die Hard franchise. Update: Fox reportedly has selected Noam Murro.
Wes Anderson, director of Rushmore and The Royal Tenenbaums among other cult favorites, is populating his next film with an all-star cast that includes some old Anderson favorites as well some new faces to the director's body of work.
The Red actor hopes to reprise John McClane for two more Die Hard movies, before someone in Hollywood decides to recast the part.
Director Robert Schwentke and producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura describe the process of moving from Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's dark comic book miniseries to the light-hearted ensemble action comedy that is "RED."
Veteran actor John Malkovich spoke with reporters about "RED," the important role costuming plays in his process as an actor and director Robert Schwentke's similarities to acclaimed filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen.
"Weeds" star Mary-Louise Parker is yanked into the world of covert ops as the fish out of water character in "RED," the big screen adaptation of the Warren Ellis/Cully Hamner DC Comics/Wildstorm miniseries.
Veteran actor Morgan Freeman discussed working on the movie adaptation of DC Comics' "RED," the challenges of making an action movie at his age, the likelihood of returning to the stage and working with Bruce Willis.
Celebrating the movie's tenth anniversary, writer/director M. Night Shyamalan took to the NYCC stage to discuss the origins of "Unbreakable," describe the film that might have been and discuss the possible sequel.
Academy Award winning actor Helen Mirren spoke with the press and revealed the inspiration behind finding the voice for her "RED" character, her biggest problem in filming her scenes involving guns and more.
Artist and series co-creator Cully Hamner and editor Ben Abernathy discussed the past, present and future of "RED," in both it's comic book and film forms, in front of an audience during their NYCC panel.
"RED," the latest love letter to action and caper films of a bygone era, features strong performances from a cast of Oscar notables and an adaptation that expands the world far beyond the comic upon which it is based.
"RED" co-stars Bruce Willis and Karl Urban spoke about working together on the Summit Entertainment adaptation of the DC Comics title, the ambitiousness of the film and filming a rather painful fight scene.