Sofia Vergara's former fiancé, Nick Loeb, hopes it's the action on the big screen — rather than their courtroom battle — that will hold the public's attention this year.
The actor, who is fighting Vergara to use their frozen embryos, appears in four movies this year, including the new action film Precious Cargo, which stars Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Bruce Willis.
"It was a dream come true to grow up and watch Die Hard [with] Bruce Willis and now you're actually in a movie with this action star," he told INSIDE EDITION.
Swing State, a political comedy, is also coming out this year.
"If a year ago I had said you will have four movies all at the same time, what would you have said?" IE's Jim Moret said.
"I wouldn't have believed it," Loeb said.
This year, the actor and businessman is also busy stepping up his court battle with Vergara over two frozen embryos they created when they were a couple.
Vergara wants to keep them frozen, but Loeb wants to implant them in a surrogate and become a father.
"I am fighting for essentially what's mine," he said.