Tallulah Willis Gives Father Bruce Sweet Fashion Nod at TCM Classic Film Festival

Joined by Emma Hemming, the 30-year-old attends the opening night of the film festival for a special 30th anniversary screening of the actor's movie 'Pulp Fiction'.

AceShowbiz - Tallulah Willis honored her father Bruce Willis in the sweetest way possible while attending the TCM Film Festival. At the Thursday, April 18 event, the former child actress gave a nod to her dad in her outfit.

For the occasion, Tallulah opted to look casual in a yellow T-shirt, black blazer and a pair of ripped jeans. She, however, made sure that her dad's presence was still felt by rocking a black baseball cap featuring "Bruce" embroidered in white letters.

The 30-year-old attended the opening night of the film festival for a special 30th anniversary screening of "Pulp Fiction", which starred Bruce. She was joined by her father's wife Emma Heming Willis, who looked classy in a black Dior suit and satin blouse with black pumps.

Also attending the screening were Bruce's co-stars on the Quentin Tarantino flick. Among them were John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Harvey Keitel and Samuel L. Jackson.

Tallulah, meanwhile, wasn't the only one who paid tribute to Bruce at the event. Host Ben Mankiewicz honored the actor, who was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia in 2023, during the screening's panel discussion.

"Bruce is great in this," he told the audience. "Here in the audience tonight is Bruce's wife, Emma, and one of his daughters Tallulah Belle Willis."

The outing came after Emma slammed rumors that Bruce had "no more joy" amid his health issues. "The headline basically says there is no more joy in my husband in an Instagram video posted last month. Now, I can just tell you, that is far from the truth. I need society and whoever's writing these stupid headlines to stop scaring people," she shared.

"Stop scaring people to think that once they get a diagnosis of some kind of neurocognitive disease that - that's it. 'It's over. Let's pack it up - Nothing else to see here. We're done.' No, it's the complete opposite of that," she continued.

Emma stressed that while there is "a lot of" both "grief and sadness" in the family during the trying times, they still can feel a lot of love, connection and joy. "So stop with these stupid headlines. These stupid clickbaity things that freak people out. Stop doing that. There's nothing to see here, okay?" she concluded.

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