Since 1980s, Bruce Willis has been entertaining us. His breakout role in TV’s Moonlight is how his career started. His versatile acting, malicious humor, and cool vibe made him recognizable to all ages.
The Die Hard Movies
The Die Hard franchise were the most popular Willis’ movies. In 1988, the first Die Hard movie was released. Willis played the role of a New York policeman John McClane. This movie is over two decades old, but it keeps getting new fans. It has few sequels, including Die Hard 2, Die Hard With A Vengeance, Live Free Or Die Hard, and A Good Day To Die Hard. Sequels were also popular, and movies earned over $1.1 billion worldwide combined.
Other Willis’ Popular Movies
Next to the Die Hard series, Willis played the roles in many other classic movies including Pulp Fiction, The Last Boy Scout, Sixth Sense, Looper, Moonrise Kingdom, and Armageddon.
In the action movie The Expendables (2010), Willis joined the movie cast including Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundgren, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. We were able to see Willis in Death Wish, movie released in 2018.
Willis was not just acting, he also released several pop-blues-jazz albums over the years.
Willis’ net worth is estimated up to $180 million. In 2000, after 13 years of marriage, it was reported that Willis paid out a $90 million divorce settlement to Demi Moore. He is now married to model Emma Heming. The couple have two daughters.
What Will Willis Take On Next?
Movie Glass, announced to be released in 2019, is one of the Willis’ new projects. The movie is written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan. In the movie Willis plays a role of Wendell Crumb, a 24-personalities man. The movies tells a story of security guard David Dunn, who uses his supernatural abilities to track Crumb. James McAvoy and Samuel L. Jackson are also part of the cast.
Another two new projects for Willis are Motherless Brooklyn, directed by Edward Norton, and 10 Minutes Gone. The release dates of these two movies are unknown. We wish him all the luck in the projects to come and hope he will continue to keep on entertaining us.