George Clooney's all-star crew will shine a little brighter in "Ocean's Thirteen," according to co-star Bernie Mac. "Bruce Willis is in this one too," Mac revealed of the series' upcoming installment, which also co-stars Al Pacino and Ellen Barkin. Willis played himself in a small "Ocean's Twelve" cameo, but there's no word on what his role entails this time around. So is this the gang's last heist? "There's gonna be an 'Ocean's Fourteen,' " Mac declared, a wide grin stretching from ear to ear. "There's gonna be a 'Sixteen,' a 'Seventeen' ... there's always something new." While a spokesperson for "Ocean's" studio Warner Bros. said no deals have been made for more sequels, Mac is confident the castmembers will return because of how much fun they have on set. "When you're with the boys, it's a ball, it's a party," Mac said. "Every day is a stone-cold blast." Lucky "Thirteen" opens June 8. ...

"It's 'Alice in Wonderland' with machine guns," producer Debbie Snyder said of "Sucker Punch," an upcoming flick from her husband, "300" director Zack Snyder. The film follows a woman about to be lobotomized and her efforts to escape through the world of fantasy. "It's all girls," Zack Snyder said. "I got exhausted by all the guys in G-strings [in '300']. I thought, 'How about girls in G-strings?' " Snyder said "Sucker Punch" will be like nothing audiences have seen before. "I thought, 'How can I kick it to another 11?' ... That's kind of what 'Sucker Punch' is trying to be." Snyder's "300" opens Friday. ...

Paging Dr. Feelgood. The hard-rocking legends of Mötley Crüe are working on a movie about their lives, but don't expect a concert film, bassist Nikki Sixx revealed. "It's a really important story, [but] it's not the [one] you would think it is," he insisted. "It's not really a rock movie — I mean, it is — but it's [more] the story of survival. Everybody who reads the script feels an emotional connection to it." Recent speculation that had Christopher Walken playing Ozzy Osbourne is flat-out false, Sixx confessed. "I think [Walken] had a couple drinks and it got blown out of proportion," he hypothesized, adding, "I believe, as everyone else believes, that it's gong to be [cast with] unknowns." ...

We imagine veteran actor Ron Perlman is asking if the world can just stay saved for once. After battling demons as the titular "Hellboy," Perlman will once again hold the fate of humanity in his hands in next year's "The Mutant Chronicles." "That was an amazing save-the-world kind of movie," Perlman told MTV News. "It's kind of the 'Dirty Dozen' meets 'Doomsday Machine.' " Perlman revealed that the movie begins with a surprise attack on Earth from a familiar enemy. "The world is basically owned by four corporations, and this old enemy comes back and it doesn't look good. He's basically unbeatable," he said, adding that his character might be the planet's only hope. "I play a monk, a warrior monk, who has the secret — he presides over the abbey which holds the chronicles that describe the only way to beat this enemy. He's hoping against hope that he's got it right." To that end, Perlman continued, he recruits a merry band of mercenaries, including a leader played by Thomas Jane, to go off and save the world. Perlman is currently in pre-production on "Hellboy 2: Rise of the Golden Army." ...

Even bad guys have a beginning, Aaron Eckhart said of his role as district attorney/ super-villain Harvey "Two Face" Dent in the upcoming "Batman Begins" sequel "The Dark Knight." "There's an evolution to my character, how he becomes what he becomes," Eckhart revealed. "It'll be different in that you'll see different sides to Harvey that you haven't seen before." And Dent should know about sides. Permanently scarred when a criminal throws acid in his face, Dent is rendered forever duplicitous — his better instincts in a constant fight with his dark side. In previous incarnations of the character, this was represented by having Dent flip a coin to decide how he was going to act. Does this mean Eckhart has been practicing his flipping motion? "I may be," he slyly said. Eckhart will next be seen in "No Reservations," co-starring Catherine Zeta-Jones. ...

Forget the Silver Surfer and Galactus: The Fantastic Four have more than enough to worry about with their old nemesis still on the loose, warned Julian McMahon. "Dr. Doom is Dr. Doom — he's not Victor Von Doom anymore," McMahon revealed of his role in the upcoming "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer." "[The first movie] was kind of a prequel, a setup. Now [he's] got the opportunity to play. He just never dies. It didn't matter who came into the comic book — and there were lots of other characters — but Dr. Doom was always there." McMahon said that the end of "Surfer" will have fans begging for more. "The final sequence in this thing is out of control. The graphics and stuff that we do is beyond [amazing]," he said. "When you first watch 'Star Wars' and the Jedi go right into the Death Star — it's [that] intense." ...

Tom Cruise is better known these days for jumping on couches than for being America's biggest movie star, but that doesn't mean his role in "Lions for Lambs" should be called a comeback, said co-star Michael Peña. "It's so hard for me to think of Tom Cruise coming back because [even his failures] make half a billion dollars," Peña said, adding, "but I think that this is a really good role for him. He plays a senator [and] I like the script." Directed by Robert Redford, "Lions for Lambs" tells the intertwining stories of several people involved in the war in Afghanistan. "I play a college kid who enlists into the Army and becomes an Army ranger," Peña said of his character. "[He has] the dream, you know the American dream, to help and protect and serve [his] country." "Lions for Lambs" is the first movie produced by Cruise under his agreement with United Artists.

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