From moonlighting Through Fifth Element, Die Hard, Pulp Fiction, The Sixth Sense And 12 monkeyseveryone has a favorite Bruce Wills moment. Today, as news broke about his aphasia condition, fans, friends and industrialists took to the online world to salute his long career.
something new reactions Today came the news of his retirement, which also includes costars from some of his most memorable films.
All my love and respect to my elder brother Bruce Willis. I know his wonderful family surrounds him with support and strength. He will always be the hero on that poster on my wall as a kid.
— M. Night Shyamalan (@MNightShyamalan) 31 March 2022
i wanted to send some love #bruce wills, He’s the first celebrity I’ve ever met. Back in the ’90s, excursions with Second City at a show in Sun Valley, ID. Imagine our joy when we found out he was in the audience! He came backstage and couldn’t be sweeter to our loved ones.❤️
— Rachel Dratch (@TheRealDratch) 31 March 2022
Long before any of the Cop Out stuff, I was a big Bruce Willis fan—so it’s really heartbreaking to read. He loved acting and singing and the loss of it would be devastating for him. I feel like an asshole for my petty complaints from 2010. So sorry to BW and his family. https://t.co/npSgvkb5v7
— kevinsmith (@thatkevinsmith) 30 March 2022
If you like movies, then you love #bruce wills, They’ve done everything well about the word “entertainment” for decades. Congratulations to his lovely family for handling difficult news with dignity and grace.
I speak for the world when I say, “We love you, Bruce.” https://t.co/pzVFdFENW2
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) 30 March 2022
Thanks for the thrill, Bruno: Bruce Willis is breaking away from acting after aphasia diagnosis https://t.co/2Gwj6rjMAP
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) 30 March 2022
I first heard about Bruce Willis’s condition last year from a director I worked with, and I’ve felt bad for him ever since. I hope he and his family are fine. I’m glad she’s getting the help she needs. Thanks for all the iconic performances. pic.twitter.com/aN8gIPYrhb
— Chris Stuckman (@Chris_Stuckmann) 30 March 2022
There is nothing of retirement on this legend. The work of Bruce Willis will live on forever in our favorite movies and TV shows. And for the record, he is right. Die Hard isn’t a Christmas movie, “It’s a huge Bruce Willis movie.”
— Blumhouse (@blumhouse) 30 March 2022
I am very proud to work with the great Bruce Willis in his last film. this is very sad.
— Matthew Marsden (@matthewdmarsden) 30 March 2022
Bruce Willis, his wife, children so much love, light, prayer and strength, @justdemi And during this time his whole family.
Have faith, Mayo Clinic and the NIH have hope and incredible talents who work in neurology and the study of the mind. Breakthroughs Really Happen Every Day
— Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain) 30 March 2022
Producer Randall Emmett, who has worked with Willis in more than 20 films:
“Bruce and I have worked in over 20 films together. He is a prolific actor and great action star, an incredible father and a close friend. I fully support Bruce and his family during this challenging time. I admire him for his courage in fighting an incredibly difficult medical condition. Bruce will always be a part of our family.”