BRUCE WILLIS ISN’T SUCH A TOUGH GUY ANY MORE

Moody and sometimes petulant Bruce Willis may be rude to talk show hosts, but he listens carefully to his beautiful young wife Emma Heming. Willis built his action image on his series of Die Hard movies and often bragged about doing his own risky stunts and the resulting injuries. Now that he’s married to his much younger wife and has a baby daughter Mabel, Bruce doesn’t take physical chances because Emma doesn’t want him to. He claims that he stopped doing stunts because he doesn’t want to make Emma angry. Or maybe it just hurts too much. (Above, Bruce in his latest film, Red 2)

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Posted by Janet on August 5, 2013

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  1. By abe
    On August 5, 2013 at

    …………Alzheimer?

  2. By Kitty
    On August 6, 2013 at

    Why should any big actor do their own stunts? That’s why they have stunt men and women, some of whom have been seriously injured or killed in the past. Especially, older actors should learn to take it a little easier and they don’t need to prove anything.

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  4. By Noblecascade
    On August 14, 2013 at

    It’s nice that he listens to her.

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