Bruce Willis's wife, Emma Heming-Willis, is pregnant! The couple, who got married in March 2009, confirmed the exciting news saying they are "overjoyed" and "look forward to welcoming this newest addition into their family." Bruce already has daughters Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah from his marriage to Demi Moore while this will be Emma's first child. The baby is apparently due early next year — congrats to the growing family!
Leonardo DiCaprio was a few rows back from his usual courtside spot last night to watch as the Lakers beat the Suns in their latest NBA playoff game. He often attends with his girlfriend, Bar Refaeli, but this time Leo was just with his guys. Tom Cruise, meanwhile, came with his son, Connor, and Jeffrey Katzenberg. It's been a social week for Tom and his Hollywood pals, after toasting the career of producer Jerry Bruckheimer on Tuesday night with a premiere of Prince of Persia and a party afterward. Katie Holmes skipped out on Tom's latest basketball outing, as she was busy practicing her moves at a dance class.
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Bruce Willis brought his wife Emma Heming to last night's premiere of Cop Out in NYC. Tracy Morgan coordinated his red outfit with the carpet, where the guys were joined by Seann William Scott and Michelle Trachtenberg. Their costar Adam Brody was fresh from LA, though he turned up without his female traveling companion, while Kevin Smith also made it despite his recent airplane difficulties. Tracy was excited to share all about the best part of working on the film, which opens on Friday. "Just to be able to star in a big action movie," he said. "[It was] the biggest thing that I've ever done in my career and it was with Bruce Willis."
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The Beverly Wilshire Hotel in LA hosted a special UNICEF Ball last night to honor producer Jerry Weintraub. The man of the evening posed for photos on the blue carpet with George Clooney. Matt Damon posed alone, and his new movie, Invictus, is out today — read Buzz's review here. George's vacation buddies, Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, stuck close together, though Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie skipped the flashbulbs and headed inside along with Elisabetta Canalis. Yesterday also marked Human Rights Day, which prompted Angelina to pen an article for Newsweek. She wrote about the ongoing crisis in Sudan, questioning the Obama administration's policies toward the country and its leaders on the same day the President picked up his Nobel Peace Prize.
Despite the day's heavy subject matter, Angelina seemed to keep it light inside the bash. She planted kisses on Jerry before he accepted an award from George, who lauded the producer by saying, "When it comes to charities, nobody guilts better." Angelina then moved on to show some affection to Muhammad Ali while an amused Brad laughed. Matt Damon linked up with his wife Luciana once inside, and George kept Elisabetta close during the dinner.
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The US Open drew to a close last night with a dramatic match in which Juan Martin Del Potro defeated Roger Federer as another celebrity-filled audience looked on. There were a lot of loyal tennis fans around like the Stefani-Rossdales, who looked sad after their friend's loss, and the Olsen twins, who sat together this time around. Bruce Willis brought his young wife Emma, and Anna Wintour came by again after taking home a tennis ball over the weekend. She had to slip out a few minutes early, however, to make it to Marc Jacobs's show on time. The manjoyment factor was high in the stands with hotties Jake Gyllenhaal, Gerard Butler, and Josh Hartnett as everyone enjoyed the intense men's final.
Bruce Willis and his wife Emma Heming brought their steamy newlywed bliss to the pages of W. The couple struck a few intimate poses for the magazine, with Bruce shirtless and clad in just underwear — check out all the risque photos here. He opened up a little about the love he has for Emma that changed his opinion on marriage, as well as his family and their unique bond. He said:
- On changing his mind on marriage: "I went from 'F-ck love' to 'Love is truly the answer.' . . . I spent the last 10 years single and, for the most part, unhappy. In a dark place. I never thought that being with someone else was the answer. I would say, 'I’m alone, but I'm not lonely.' But I was just kidding myself. Then I started hanging around Emma, and on a day-to-day basis my life became much happier."
- On his new priorities: "Where my first priority used to be work, it’s now my personal life. I hear so many people in relationships say, 'I just need a couple of days away, or even an hour away.' But I don’t want to be away from Emma at all. It’s the most singular relationship I’ve ever had in my life."
- On Demi and their family: "We’ve become like a tribe. It’s generated a lot of interest because everyone can understand resentment and envy in the breakup of a marriage, but they don’t understand how I can get along with my ex like that. Demi and I made a choice to put the kids first, and we’re really lucky that it turns out we all have fun together. I still love her, and I have a lot of respect for how she lives her life."
Bruce Willis married model Emma Heming at his home on Parrot Cay in Turks and Caicos yesterday. The two have been dating since last year and will have a civil ceremony when they return to the states, according to his rep. Bruce's daughters Rumer, Scout and Talluleh were in attendance as was ex-wife Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher.
At least it makes more sense now as to why Demi was steaming Ashton's suit wearing a bikini yesterday — yes he twittered a photo.
Congrats to the newlyweds in their tropical paradise!
It was a family affair for Rumer Willis at The House Bunny premiere at Mann Village Theater in LA last night. Ashton, Bruce, Demi and the rest of the gang came out to support her new movie, proving once again how close the whole family is. Her parents weren't the only ones with dates on their arms, Rumer brought her boyfriend Micah Alberti to pose for photos and see the film. Also out on the pink carpet, Anna Faris looked great in her white gown, Emmanuelle Chriqui was stunning as always, and the man himself Hugh Hefner brought his girls to watch the film. It was quite the star-studded carpet last night, but do you think you'll check out the movie?
George Clooney was the last man standing from the Leatherheads cast, with neither Renee Zellweger nor John Krasinski showing their faces at a screening of the film in NYC last night. He did have the support of Bruce Willis, his close friend Ellen Barkin, and Julianna Margulies — which is a fun little treat for fans of old-school ER. Clooney looked like he was in good spirits as usual, but behind the scenes of his new movie, things have been less than perfect. The Writers Guild of America refused to give him writing credit on Leatherheads, even though he claims to have written most of the film. As a result, George has decided to become less involved with the WGA, even though he'll stay on as a member. Even if Clooney got burned a little, he's got plenty of other talents to keep paying those bills.
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