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People could Die Hard because Bruce Willis wouldn’t wear a mask
January 12th, 2021 under Bruce Willis. [ Comments: none ]


COVID-19 is really bad here in Los Angeles. One person is dying every 15 minutes from it. Yet there are still Covidiots who won’t wear a mask. One of those Covidiots is Bruce Willis, who was kicked out of a Rite-Aid yesterday for not wearing one in their drug store according to Page Six.

“It was an error in judgment,” Willis told People. “Be safe out there everyone and let’s continue to mask up.”

An error in judgment? C’mon, it is entitlement at this point in the pandemic. Willis might be in good health, but he is no spring chicken. The virus could hit him hard. None of us know how it is going to hit us. My friend’s younger husband has been sick with a fever and aches for two weeks now. She only suffered from the effects of it for two days.

Be smart and wear a mask. It is not only about protecting yourself. It is about protecting the people around you. How would you feel if you had the virus and gave it to someone who died from it? I don’t think I could live with myself. But it seems like Bruce Willis could. At least that is what he is saying by not wearing a mask.

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Imagine Die Hard with Frank Sinatra as John McLaine
December 17th, 2020 under Bruce Willis. [ Comments: none ]


Believe it or not, Frank Sinatra was offered the role of John McLaine in Die Hard. How? Why? What?

Back in 1968, the legendary crooner starred in The Detective, which was based on Roderick Thorp’s 1966 novel. Die Hard is based on the sequel to that book. Therefore, they were obligated to ask Old Blue Eyes to star in the film according to NME.

However, he turned down the role, as did Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Clint Eastwood, Mel Gibson, James Caan, Richard Gere, and few others. Eventually, they changed the lead’s name, Bruce Willis accepted the role, and the rest is movie history.

Had any of the others said yes, then we would not have the annual Christmas tradition of watching Die Hard. Well, everyone but me because I still haven’t seen it. I know.

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How did it take 32 years for DieHard to come up with this ad?
October 19th, 2020 under Ads, Bruce Willis. [ Comments: none ]


In 1988, Bruce Willis starred in a little Christmas movie called Die Hard. Now, 32 years later, DieHard battery is finally did an epic ad combining the two? What took you so long, mother f*ckers? Oh yeah, great things come to those who wait. Either that, or it took them this long to save up the money to make this commercial. How much do you think it cost? I am sure it cost them more than a Yippee Ki Yay.

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Watch Bruce Willis’ pitch die hard
May 16th, 2019 under Bruce Willis. [ Comments: 1 ]


Yesterday, Bruce Willis was asked to throw the first pitch at the Phillies game and let’s say it did not go well. The baseball bounced before home plate and the catcher caught the ball after the bounce. The fans from Philadelphia were so supportive, they booed him. Oh wait, that is not supportive, but the right reaction. I mean his ball did not go the whole nine yards! On a positive note, at least we know the action star will not be moonlighting as a baseball player.

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Yippee Ki-Yay MFs, Die Hard is a Christmas movie!
December 19th, 2018 under Bruce Willis. [ Comments: none ]


I have seen tons of horror, Hallmark, Lifetime, kid-friendly movies about Christmas, but I have never seen Die Hard in the 30 years it has been out. I know, I know.

Anyways, I know it is the 30th anniversary because Fox released a new trailer for the milestone and settled the debate if it is a Christmas movie. I think the argument is over, it is a movie for the season. Don’t you agree, Bruce Willis?

You can download the Die Hard Christmas Edition (all five movies) now on iTunes and Vudu.

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