That’s how kind-hearted a soul he is, John Travolta wrote.
New Delhi: Following his aphasia diagnosis, Hollywood icon Bruce Willis, who will be retiring from performing, has been showered with support from his fans and co-stars. In Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, Bruce Willis’ character may have slain John Travolta’s hitman, but in real life, he always supported John. John Travolta posted on Instagram old photos of himself with Bruce Willis along with the following caption: “When we co-wrote two of our biggest successes, Pulp Fiction and Look Who’s Talking, together, Bruce and I became close friends. I just want you to know that when anything good occurs to you, I feel like it’s happening to me, he stated to me years later. That demonstrates how kind-hearted he is. I cherish you, Bruce.”
John Travolta made the following post:
Vincent Vega and Butch Coolidge, played by John Travolta and Bruce Willis, and Jules Winnfield, played by Samuel L. Jackson, were the film’s other two protagonists. John Travolta’s flagging career was revived by the movie, and Bruce Willis received praise for the first time since his previous blockbuster hits like Die Hard. Bruce Willis portrays Baby Mikey in the films Look Who’s Talking and Look Who’s Talking Too.
At the mini-Pulp Fiction reunion on stage at the Oscars this year, which also featured Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson, and John Travolta, Bruce Wills was sorely missing. The trio made light of the $5 milkshake while Uma-John performed her well-known dance routine and the three celebrities announced Will Smith’s contentious Best Actor victory.
Meanwhile, it was announced that 67-year-old actor Bruce Willis will be retiring from acting after being diagnosed with aphasia in a joint statement signed by his wife Emma Heming Willis, ex-wife Demi Moore, and kids Rumer, Scout, Tallulah, Mabel, and Evelyn.
“To Bruce’s incredible fans, as a family, we wanted to convey that our dear Bruce has been suffering some health concerns and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is hurting his cognitive abilities,” said the statement released by the Die Hard actor’s family. In light of this, and with great
consideration Bruce is retiring from the profession that has meant a great deal to him. Our family is going through a tremendously difficult time right now, so we greatly appreciate all of your love, sympathy, and support. We are dealing with this as a solid family and wanted to invite his fans because we are aware of how important they are to both of you. Live it up, as Bruce usually says, and that’s exactly what we’re going to do.
Before he became well-known for his work in the Die Hard movie series, Bruce Willis was a TV star, primarily recognized for his comedic timing in the TV series Moonlighting. He has also worked on blockbusters like Unbreakable, The Sixth Sense, and 12 Monkeys.