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John Travolta and Bruce Willis will reunite on screen for the first film since 'Pulp Fiction'


There isn’t much we could tell you about Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction; the film is a bonafide classic and seems to only get better with every passing year. It also features perhaps two of the finest performances from Bruce Willis and John Travolta.

Now, the two Hollywood giants will reunite for the first roles alongside one another since the 1994 romp taking on primary roles in the story. Willis is the boxer Butch who finds himself being hunted down by Travolta’s hitman Vincent Vega.

Paradise City will see Willis and Travolta appear on screen together, having previously shared voice actor roles in Look Who’s Talking and Look Who’s Talking 2.

Paradise City has now begun filming in the Hawaiian city of Maui, with the city set to play a big part in the script, perhaps suggesting it is the titular city. Directed by Scorpion King filmmaker Chuck Russell the script was co-written by Corey Large and Ed Drake.

The story will see Willis and Travolta face off against one another, with Willis taking on the role of bounty hunter Ryan Swan with Travolta as the man who killed Swan’s father. Alongside the Hollywood legends will be Praya Lundberg, who takes on the lead female role.

As of now, there is no release date for Paradise City.