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"They actually paid me 10 million dollars for Look Who's Talking."

Who the hell does this guy think he is Marlon Brando? You kind of have to side with Stallone here I mean Willis is apart of an ensemble with these films. An ensemble of legendary action movie actors and you're asking to get paid 4 million dollars for 4 fucking days of work? Here's what Willis has made in most of his pictures.

Live Free or Die Hard (2007)$25,000,000Hart's War (2002)$22,500,000Unbreakable (2000)$20,000,000The Kid (2000)$20,000,000The Sixth Sense (1999)$100,000,000 (salary, gross and video participations)Four Rooms (1995)$0Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995)$15,000,000Pulp Fiction (1994)$800,000The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990)$3,000,000Look Who's Talking Too (1990)$10,000,000Die Hard 2 (1990)$7,500,000Look Who's Talking (1989)$10,000,000Die Hard (1988)$5,000,000

He certainly should have enough cash to satisfy his needs.

As an example, the book describes how Brian de Palma had a difficult relationship with then-rising-star Bruce Willis who, in the words of Julie Salamon, "was generally disliked by most of the cast and crew [due to his ego]." In one instance, during the filming of a scene in which Willis was with Alan King (the scene in which the character played by King dies), Willis challenged the crew to make the whole scene move along faster, allegedly because it was very hot on the set.

I know not every Willis experience is bad but is he really a diva or just misinterpreted? Due to the fact theres multiple stories from other celebrities I'm leaning towards diva.

Any coincidence that Mr. Willis is also a Republican? Just wondering...(yes).


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