Guess what’s hotter than Bruce Willis in Die Hard? The latest update on his health! Hold on to your hairpieces.
So, the 68-year-old action star, who’s been battling dementia like a champ, got his family to spill the beans earlier this year. Not just any dementia, mind you—it’s the fancy-schmancy frontotemporal dementia. Say that three times fast without stumbling; I dare you.
In a recent episode of The Drew Barrymore Show, Bruce’s youngest daughter, Tallulah Willis (yes, the one spawned from the Demi Moore gene pool), spilled the beans on dear old dad’s situation. And no, it’s not just about his epic collection of action movie scripts.
Tallulah, at a tender age of 29, spilled the tea about her pops, saying, “He is the same, which I think in this regard I’ve learned is the best thing you can ask for.” Well, at least he’s not trying to reinvent the wheel or anything. Love is still in the air, and it turns out, it smells a lot like the ’80s—leather jackets and all.
But wait, why are they airing the family laundry on public TV? Tallulah spilled the beans (again), “Well, I think it’s twofold. On one hand, it’s who we are as a family, but also, it’s really important for us to spread awareness.” Because nothing says family bonding like a public service announcement, right?
And in case you’re wondering how Tallulah copes with all of this, she’s turned into the Indiana Jones of her dad’s world. Exploring his trinkets and doo-dads like a therapeutic archaeologist. Move over, Lara Croft; there’s a new adventurer in town, and she’s armed with love and family secrets.
A glimpse into the rock ‘n’ roll world of Bruce Willis and the fam, where love, awareness, and trinket archaeology reign supreme. Now, can someone get Bruce a script for Die Hard 6: The Quest for the Lost Memory?