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Bruce Willis & John Travolta to Reunite for New Action Thriller 'Paradise City'

Bruce Willis and John Travolta are teaming up!

Deadline writes that the actors have joined the cast of the upcoming action movie Paradise City.

Bruce is set to play a renegade bounty hunter named Ryan Swan who takes on the Hawaiian crime world to take revenge against a kingpin, played by John, who murdered his father.

The outlet adds that the film will be “similar to Miami Vice but with bounty hunters instead of cops.”

Thai actress Praya Lundberg has also joined the cast and will play the lead female role in the movie.

John Travolta and Bruce Willis famously worked together on the Quentin Tarantino film Pulp Fiction. They also appeared in 1989′s Look Who’s Talking, with Bruce voicing John‘s baby in the movie.

John recently reflected on his iconic dance with Princess Diana in 1985.

John Travolta Posts Emotional Tribute to Late Wife Kelly Preston on First Mother's Day Without Her

It’s an emotional day for John Travolta.

The 67-year-old Grease & Hairspray actor took to his Instagram on Sunday (May 9) to share a tribute to late wife Kelly Preston on the first Mother’s Day since her death.

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John Travolta Calls Dancing with Princess Diana at the White House a 'Fairytale'

John Travolta is looking back at an iconic moment in history!

In a new interview with Esquire Mexico, the 67-year-old Grease actor looked back at dancing with Princess Diana back in 1985 at a White House party thrown by then-President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan.

“I didn’t think they’d ask me to dance with her. I had the great privilege and honor of doing so, and I thought, ‘There must be a reason for doing this and I better give it my all,’” John revealed.

“That meant lead the dance well and make sure we had fun,” John added. “That was the easy part, but just the fact of greeting Diana appropriately, being confident and asking her to dance was a complicated task.”

John went on to call that moment with Diana a “fairytale.”

“Think of the setting. We were at the White House. It’s midnight. The stage is like a dream. I approach her, touch her elbow, invite her to dance,” John said. “She spins around and gives me that captivating smile, just a little sad, and accepts my invitation. And there we were, dancing together as if it were a fairytale.”

He added, “Who could ever imagine something like that would happen to them someday? I was smart enough to stamp it in my memory as a very special, magical moment.”

Also in the interview, John Travolta opened up about mourning the death of his wife Kelly Preston.

John Travolta Opens Up About Struggling with Grief After Wife Kelly Preston's Death

John Travolta is opening up about life after Kelly Preston‘s death.

In a new interview with Esquire Mexico, the 67-year-old Grease actor shared what he learned about grieving the death of his wife.

“I learned that mourning someone, living in grief, is very personal,” John said. “Grief is personal and finding your own path is what could lead to healing. It’s different than someone else’s journey.”

John continued, “The most important thing you can do to help people going through grief is allow them the space to live it and not complicate their journey with your own.”

John announced back in July 2020 that Kelly had died following a battle with breast cancer. She was 57-years-old.

“Like, imagine if you lose someone and you’re very sad at the funeral, and another person comes up to you who is feeling even sadder and then doesn’t leave space for you to feel your grief,” he added. “It becomes two ships plummeting to the bottom together. That’s my experience. Because, although it’s nice to have company, sometimes it turns you into someone helping the other person instead of putting in the work of overcoming the sense of loss and grief.”

“You have no idea how many people have come up to me… and afterward I’ve felt saturated with everyone else’s pain that I didn’t know what to do,” John revealed. “The first thing you should do while going through grief is go somewhere where you can truly mourn, with no interruptions.”

If you missed it, John and Kelly‘s daughter Ella Travolta just booked the lead role in this upcoming movie!

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John Travolta's Super Bowl 2021 Commercial Features Him Dancing with Daughter Ella for Scotts & Miracle-Gro! (Video)

John Travolta still has the moves!

The 66-year-old actor and daughter Ella, 20, are among the many stars featured in Scotts Miracle-Gro‘s 2021 Super Bowl commercial.

Other stars in the commercial include Martha Stewart, The Office‘s Leslie David Baker, The Mandalorian‘s Carl Weathers, NASCAR driver Kyle Busch, and fitness instructor Emma Lovewell.

In the commercial, Ella teaches John how to work the camera on his phone before they start doing the iconic Grease dance together. The two dance while Surfaces‘ song “Sunday Best” plays in the background.

From over in her own yard, Martha watches the two dance before saying, “He’s still got it.”

Check out all of the new commercials airing during the Super Bowl here!

John Travolta & Daughter Ella Recreate 'Grease' Dance for Scotts Miracle-Gro Super Bowl 2021 Commercial - Watch Now!

John Travolta and his daughter Ella are teaming up for a new commercial airing during the 2021 Super Bowl!

The 66-year-old actor and his 20-year-old daughter are among the many stars appearing in the commercial for Scotts Miracle-Gro. Other stars in the commercial include Martha Stewart, The Office‘s Leslie David Baker, The Mandalorian‘s Carl Weathers, NASCAR driver Kyle Busch, and fitness instructor Emma Lovewell.

In the commercial, Ella teaches John how to work the camera on his phone before they start doing the iconic Grease dance together. The two dance while Surfaces‘ song “Sunday Best” plays in the background.

From over in her own yard, Martha watches the two dance before saying, “He’s still got it.”

The Scotts Miracle-Gro will officially be airing during the Super Bowl this Sunday, February 7th – make sure to tune in!