Kevin Smith feels “a hole” for “small” comments that he once made about Bruce Willis, whose family revealed that he had epilepsy.
“Long ago, I was a big fan of Bruce Willis – more so than anything else in Copenhagen – so it’s really entertaining to read,” Smith tweeted In response to the news of Willis’ assessment on Wednesday, he was referred to the 2010 Action-Comedy, in which he directed and the actor acted in it.
“He loved to play and to sing, and his loss would be devastating for him,” Smith, 51, went on, admitting that he feels “a hole for my petulant complaints” and for Willis, 67, ” Sorry ” , “And his family.”
In January 2011, Smith described his experience working with Willis in “Come Out,” which also starred Tracy Morgan, as “f-king soul-crushing.”
“It was difficult,” he said of the “WTF with Marc Maron” podcast at the time. “I’ve never been in a situation where not even one ingredient was in the box. It was stirring the soul of the King.
“I mean, there are going to be a lot of people, ‘You, you’re just trying to blame the film on him,'” the filmmaker’s friend continued the police flick, which received shocking comments. “No, but I had no help from this friend.
While Smith claimed that Willis “would not even sit for the Af-King poster shoot,” he praised Morgan, who is now 53 years old, for making the film’s production viable.
“If it wasn’t Tracey I would probably kill myself or make someone else do that movie,” he said.
It’s unclear how long the “Pulp Fiction” star has been experiencing the symptoms of aphasia, but her family revealed on Wednesday that she would be away from her decades-long career because of a medical condition.
Aphasia affects a person’s cognitive functioning, including their ability to speak, write, and understand their language and written language. It usually happens after a stroke or head injury, though Willis’s family did not give details on his cause.
They also didn’t specify if the “Thai Hard” star ever received the diagnosis, but sources specifically told Page Six that he was having “cognitive problems” on the film’s seats, at least until 2020.
The source also said that he was using “air money” to hide it and “body doubles, not just for action. [sequences]But to increase its screen time.
“Everyone knows, the cast and crew,” explained one insider, adding that the actor’s family had finally “entered in” and moved in to take care of him.