Bruce Willis was on The Late Show yesterday and Stephen Colbert asked him if he still does his own stunts at 60. John McClane told him that he does, and the CBS late night host didn’t believe him and wanted him to prove it. Then the two of them got into a fight that was so epic, they were willing to die hard in order to prove that he was right. When it was over they showed us that it is much better to leave the stunt work to the stuntmen. That and what a Family Guy fight would like between Peter and the Chicken in real life.
Yippie Ki Ay!
Bruce Willis made his last appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman yesterday and he has a message for the retiring late night host. He said, “Dave! Send Money! Urgent!!!”
Since I don’t remember the last time he had movie kick butt at the Box Office, you have to wonder if he is going through some tough times. Probably not because the residuals from the Die Hard movies alone should keep him afloat for the rest of his life.
Not only did John McClane ask Letterman for money, the CBS show aired a best of montage dedicated to the actor whose been on the show many many many times over the last few decades. So sit back and watch David Addison make some the grandest entrances you’ve ever seen. It’s the whole nine yards and then some!
Bruce Willis was on The Late Show tonight and he showed off a little invention he came up with. What is it? It is a device you put over your head, so that you can eat a corn of cob without any hands. If you want it buttered, then there is a hat for that. Sounds ideal? Just watch his demonstration to see it in action. And tell me if it is as good as Die Hard or as bad as A Good Day to Die Hard?
Bruce Willis’ Sky Broadband ad has been banned by The Advertising Standards Authority. Not because he is only wearing a bathrobe, but because one viewer found the ad to be misleading. According to CNET the viewer said that the Â£7.50 monthly fee is only for existing customers and they have to add other Sky services to get that deal. So the pricing was not considered accurate by the ASA and the ad had to be pulled from the airwaves. Can’t say I blame them because who wants to look at Bruce Willis like that even for just a minute.