Hilary Duff ‘casually dating’ her trainer
Los Angeles, June 21 (IANS) Singer-actress Hilary Duff and her trainer Jason Walsh are reportedly seeing each other.
The actress and her fitness guru, who have been seen enjoying each other’s company for some time now, are “casually dating,” a source told eonline.com.
Duff and Walsh were recently spotted stepping out for a dinner date at an eatery here. The duo enjoyed some slices of pizza while watching NBA star Kobe Bryant’s final game.
“It was just the two of them, but it was a busy night, so the restaurant was packed and they were watching the game like everyone else,” a source said.
“They looked like they were having fun, because the game was crazy, but I didn’t notice them acting affectionate or anything. They were just watching and cheering with everybody in the restaurant,” the insider added.
The “Raise Your Voice” actress and the fitness guru, who have been spending a lot of time together, were also spotted at Manhattan’s Soho neighbourhood on Monday.
The two were photographed walking side by side, but they didn’t hold hands.
Duff was seen wearing a striped long sleeve shirt and denim short pants with a black jacket draped around her shoulders. She hid her face behind gold sunglasses and a black panama hat. Meanwhile, Walsh kept it simple by wearing a grey T-shirt, black aviator sunglasses, baseball hat and jeans.
Eli Roth to direct Bruce Willis in ‘Death Wish’ remake
Los Angeles, June 21 (IANS) Filmmaker Eli Roth is set to direct a remake of the 1974 thriller-drama “Death Wish” with Bruce Willis playing the reluctant vigilante made famous by Charles Bronson in the original.
Roth will direct the script by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, reports hollywoodreporter.com.
Joe Carnahan penned the original script with Roger Birnbaum serving as producer.
Roth is coming on board after the position was vacated with the departure of Israeli filmmakers Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado. The project, in its modern incarnation, initially had Joe Carnahan as director, but he left in 2012.
The original film was an adaptation of a 1972 novel by Brian Garfield and told of a man who goes on a revenge spree after his wife is killed and his daughter is sexually assaulted.
The movie struck a nerve with audiences who were facing the decade’s high crime rate and reinvented the career of Bronson, then 53. It also set off a long list of sequels.