BRUCE WILLIS REVISITS 1988 IN A NEW AD

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A London ad agency used computer tricks to come up with a clever ad for the Aviva life insurance company featuring celebrities appearing in situations alongside their younger selves. Above, Bruce Willis is seen in a car sitting beside himself when he appeared in the 1988 movie “Die Hard.” The young Bruce is driving like a madman in a car chase and the current Bruce is scared stiff. Other celebrities appearing as their current and younger selves in the costly commercial are Ringo Starr, Elle Macpherson, and Alice Cooper. Bruce really hasn’t changed all that much.

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Posted by hoodlum on December 20, 2008

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  1. By Anonymous
    On December 20, 2008 at

    When he first came on the scene years ago with that hit TV Show..with Cybil Shepard…he was soooo charming, sexy and georgeous..he sure changed over the years!

  2. By gerard Vandenberg
    On December 20, 2008 at

    On the other hand, his daughter “rumer” was already ugly, folks!!

  3. By Anonymous
    On December 20, 2008 at

    I’d do BOTH of him at the same time…and Gerard, as usual…YOU are an ignoramus…I’ll bet Rumer’s asshole pucker is prettier than YOUR foxiest WINK!!! BUTTHOLE DICKWAD!! Like YOU’RE such a sexy demon seed!! NOT!!! Why don’t you go find a giant cork to ride, if you can find one that fits deep enough that is, without slipping all the way through to your deep throat!!

  4. By Reta
    On December 20, 2008 at

    I’d do BOTH of him at the same time…and Gerard, as usual…YOU are an ignoramus…I’ll bet Rumer’s asshole pucker is prettier than YOUR foxiest WINK!!! BUTTHOLE DICKWAD!! Like YOU’RE such a sexy demon seed!! NOT!!! Why don’t you go find a giant cork to ride, if you can find one that fits deep enough that is, without slipping all the way through to your deep throat!!

  5. By Anonymous
    On December 21, 2008 at

    If Oscar’s were still given based on talent alone, Bruce would have many by now.

  6. By Anonymous
    On December 21, 2008 at

    In case anyone hasn’t noticed, Gerard Vandenberg
    could care less what is said about him. He does not tone down his comments one bit, and if he gets under someone’s skin, so what, he does not care, and he does not answer anyone that disagrees with him. He just keeps on keeping on. And there is something to be said for keeping your temper in check and saying what you think. It’s still America, folks.

  7. By callingout Janet
    On December 21, 2008 at

    Janet was it really necessary for you to mention the precise brand name of the Company that commissioned the ad?
    Your blog is turning into one big Corporate sponsorship name dropping party.
    Readers come here to escape, not to be bombarded with corporate endorsements.
    Could you keep the commercial shout outs to a minimum here?

  8. By paul
    On January 4, 2009 at

    how can any of you not see, that is not the 1988 film die hard, when did he drive a cab in the nakatomi building it is in fact the 1995 film die hard with a vengeance whoever wrote the blog needs a kick up the arse for not knowing anything about films i suggest you do more research before you write anything else

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