Actor and friend Bruce Willis and director Michael Bay have joined celebrities in paying tribute to Michael Clarke Duncan.
The Oscar nominated actor died yesterday (03.09.12) two months after suffering a heart attack, and the actor and director who worked on his big break, 1998's 'Armageddon', have remembered him.
Bruce told E! news: ''Michael Duncan was a great actor, a great human being, and he was my very dear friend. I will miss Big Mike in a Big Way.''
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Actor Michael Clarke Duncan has left an intensive care unit nearly a month after suffering a heart attack.
Michael Clarke Duncan has left an intensive care unit nearly a month after suffering a heart attack.
The actor Still Remains in the hospital despite making progress in his health.
His representative said in a statement: ''His family are firm believers in the power of prayer and have asked that you keep him in yours during this time.''
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Michael Clarke Duncan is in intensive care after suffering a heart attack in the early hours of this morning (13.07.12).
Michael Clarke Duncan is in intensive care after suffering a heart attack.
The 54-year-old actor - who starred as convict John Coffey in 1999 prison drama 'The Green Mile' alongside Tom Hanks - was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital this morning (13.07.12) after being discovered by his girlfriend Omarosa Stallworth.
According to TMZ, Omarosa - who has been dating the actor since 2010 - is said to have performed CPR and resuscitated him after finding him in a state of cardiac arrest around 2am.
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Dwayne Johnson will be named Action Star of the Year at the CinemaCon film convention from April 23-26.
Dwayne Johnson will be named Action Star of the Year at CinemaCon.
The 39-year-old actor - who also wrestles in the WWE under the name The Rock - will receive the honour on the final night dinner at the film convention, which runs from April 23 to 26, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
CinemaCon general manager Mitch Neuhauser said: ''An exciting performer who first gained attention from audiences around the world when he developed the iconic character The Rock, Dwayne Johnson has taken his charismatic presence to the big screen and has proven over and over again that he can entertain audiences of all ages - whether it be an action-paced film or a family comedy.
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Dwayne Johnson believes watching 'Indiana Jones' at the age of eight was what inspired him to go into the movie business.
The muscular actor - who has played a variety of roles in movies including 'The Scorpion King' and 'Tooth Fairy' - saw Harrison Ford as the Nazi-fighting hero at the age of eight and knew he wanted to work in films from then.
He said: "When I was eight years old, I watched 'Indiana Jones' for the first time. I fell in love with movies then and I wanted to be that guy.
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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has admitted while he loves making all types of movies, he is most comfortable when he is being physically challenged for a role.
Dwayne Johnson says making action movies is in his "wiring".
The former wrestler - best known for his action roles in 'The Scorpion King' and 'Doom' - admitted while he loves making all types of films, physically challenging roles are where he feels most comfortable.
Dwayne - who wrestled under the name The Rock - said: "It's my home and it's in my wiring and my makeup. I'm a physical guy and I love that. There's nothing like being physical and taking care of business that way.
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Dwayne Johnson is keen to star in the forthcoming sequel to 'The Expendables' if Sylvester Stallone wants him to.
Dwayne Johnson wants to star in 'The Expendables 2'.
The muscular actor - best known for his action roles in 'The Scorpion King' and 'Doom' - would like to star in the follow up to the hugely successful Sylvester Stallone project 'The Expendables', but only if The Script was good enough.
He said: "It all depends on the material. I've known Sly for a long time now and he's a buddy of mine so it all depends on the material."
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Dwayne Johnson claims he doesn't care if his movies flop because he likes to try his hand at many different genres of film.
Dwayne Johnson doesn't mind if his movies flop.
The wrestler-turned-actor - whose new movie 'Tooth Fairy' opposite Julie Andrews is released on May 28 - claims he doesn't mind if people slate his movie choices because he only ever does what he wants to.
He said: "I don't want to be just that guy, who only does those kinds of movies. I want to strike out and try everything. And it's okay if it doesn't work every time - I'd be incredibly lucky if they did, especially given the range I've been trying - but I'm always so glad that I got the chance to push myself in a different direction, in a different genre.
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Dwayne Johnson though the script for 'Tooth Fairy' was ''special'' as soon as he was given it and was determined to land the role.
Dwayne Johnson has enjoyed playing the first on-screen tooth fairy.
The 37-year-old wrestler-turned-actor - who stars in comedy fantasy film 'Tooth Fairy' where he plays a hockey player forced to wear wings and collect the incisors of small children - said he knew as soon as he saw the script that this was an opportunity not to be missed.
He said: "Yeah, when this came across my desk, I wasn't gonna let it go. Sometimes scripts come across, and you're like, 'You know, I could let that one go; maybe someone else could do it.' But not this, it's specialâ¦ a funny, funny, funny movie. And also, we had the great opportunity of creating the first onscreen manifestation of an iconic figure that's been around forever."
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BACKSTREET BOYS star Aj Mclean is dating a PLAYBOY Playmate - despite
declaring his commitment to patching up his on-off relationship with fiancee
McLean has been spotted all over Los Angeles with sexy model and fledging
singer Summer Altice, 23, holding hands and acting very much like a couple.
But McLean's spokeswoman JULIET HARRIS insists, "AJ and Summer are really
just good friends. He and Sarah are still trying to work things out."
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