Although the success of his Broadway debut in Misery is certainly debatable, Bruce Willis' personal life is undeniably on an upswing. Despite taking a nearly decade long gap, between marriages, a 60-year-old John McClain didn't hesitate to start a family with his new wife, Emma Heming, after their marrying back in 2009. Regardless of the difficult reviews, Bruce had the new family -- including baby daughters Mabel Ray and Evelyn Penn -- backstage at the show last week. As far as his other daughters with Demi Moore go, Willis proudly admits that his eldest, Rumer, gave him some advice going into the play, having just recently come off her Broadway run of Chicago.
The nearly impossible aria from The Fifth Element starring Bruce Willis has become a focal point for singers as it is reckoned to be too difficult for any human voice . Victoria Hovhannisyan, a 13-year-old hailing from Russia, however, performed the piece on The Voice Russia with true excellence.
Jackie from 'Roseanne,' otherwise known as Laurie Metcalf, has replaced Elizabeth Marvel ('House of Cards') in the upcoming Broadway production of Misery--based on the Stephen King novel of the same name.
Lots of Hollywood "A-listers" got noticed for their outstanding work, chief among them Alan Cumming for 'Cabaret' and Bradley Cooper for 'Elephant Man.' Cumming and Kristin Chenoweth (that spit-fire comedienne best known for 'Wicked,' now reappering in a revival of 'On the Twentieth Century') are actually going to be hosting this year's ceremony.
And the stars just keep on coming. Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures has confirmed that Bruce Willis will make his Broadway debut in the stage adaptation of Stephen King’s famous novel-turned-movie 'Misery.' Willis will co-star with New York stage veteran Elizabeth Marvel.