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Monday, 21st April 2008
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Movie stars heading to Japan

Hollywood royalty is queuing up to walk the red carpet in Japan, with some of Tinsel Town's biggest names coming to promote new films in the next few months.

Jack Nicholson will make his first promotional trip to the country since he starred in 1994's The Wolf, according to Japan Today.

This time the 71-year-old megastar will be backing his latest hit The Bucket List, in which he co-stars with fellow Oscar-winner Morgan Freeman.

Indiana Jones himself, Harrison Ford, will be making the trip in early June, alongside superstar directors George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, for the Japanese premiere of the last ever Indy film, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the publication states.

Finally, Sylvester Stallone is reportedly planning on making a Rambo-style entrance by turning up to promote his latest action hero offering by tank in the affluent Roppongi Hills area, which is home to the Mori Arts Centre and Toho Cinemas.

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