One of the films for which we will never forget Bruce Willis is Die Hard (Jungla de Cristal) and now the actor has returned to Nakatomi Plaza.
Bruce Willis He is one of the best action actors of the 80s, 90s and the 21st century. But his great adventure with this genre began with Die Hard (Crystal Jungle)a film that premiered in 1988. Since until then he had become famous for the series Moonlight (1985-1989). Although she had also participated in films such as Blind Date (1987) and murder in beverly hills (1988). But without a doubt, the role of John McClane It changed his life and propelled him to superstardom.
The movie Die Hard (Crystal Jungle) it premiered on July 20, 1988 in the United States. To commemorate the 34th anniversary, Bruce Willis and his wife Emma Hemmings have climbed to the top of the Nakatomi Plaza tower. Although it is actually a building called Fox Square which has 35 floors and 150 meters high located in the Century City area in the city of Los Angeles.
Emma Hemmings has shared a moving video on Instagram showing the actor in the building. She has also added scenes from the film to Beethoven’s music:
The actor continues to release films.
Despite the fact that a few months ago we learned that Bruce Willis He has an illness that has forced him to leave the cinema, he shot so many films that are still being released.
That is why we have recently seen Bruce Willis in Wrong Place, which is about a meth cook who goes after a small town’s former police chief to silence him before he can testify against his family. In addition, he has rolled Wire Room which follows an infamous Irish arms dealer on the run after a bloody gang war. While Soul Assassin is a story about a man who dies as part of an experimental military program and a former soldier takes his place to find out who killed him. Finally, it will launch Paradise Citywhere a man must fight his way through the Hawaiian crime world to get revenge on the kingpin who murdered his father.
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