Bruce Willis Worried He'd Be Replaced in 'Die Hard'


Bruce Wilis


Been portraying the lead role of John McClaine in four movies, Willis said he is up to two other installments before 'hanging that white vest up for good'.

Bruce Willis" is determined to continue his "Die Hard" franchise for two more films as he fears movie bosses will replace him if he quits. The Hollywood hardman reprised his role as tough cop John McClane in 2007 for the fourth installment in the series, and he recently confirmed work will soon start on a fifth movie.

Willis has now revealed he won't walk away from the action films, as studio bosses want to make at least two more and he is worried they will carry on without him if he pulls out. He tells Showbiz Spy, "In the next few years they could easily find a replacement for me or call the character someone else. But for me, I want to do Die Hard 5, then one final Die Hard movie - Die Hard 6 - before finally hanging that white vest up for good."

"At the moment, I can run and I can fight on screen. But there will come a time when I no longer want to do that. That's when I'll step away from the Die Hard films."

© AceShowbiz.com


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