He upset his fans and moviegoers by announcing that he was stopping his career for medical reasons. Suffering from aphasia, Bruce Willis preferred to rest. But now his lawyer, Maître Martin Singer, wanted to make things clear about rumors concerning producer Randall Emmett. Indeed, the filmmaker is accused of having forced the actor to work when he was aware of his state of health. According to the lawyer of the American star all this is false: “My client continued to work after his medical diagnosis because he wanted to work and was able to do so, just like many others diagnosed with aphasia who are able to keep working,” Martin Singer told the Los Angeles Times.

The lawyer insists that Bruce Willis felt fit to be able to shoot: “It has literally enabled thousands of people to have jobs, many of them during the COVID-19 pandemic”. Last March, the actor had shot his last films, he who has a hard time remembering his lines. Lala Kent also remembered a very sad scene: “It’s so sad. Bruce doesn’t remember any of his lines. He doesn’t know where he is.” Producer Randall Emmett denied knowing “of any decline in Mr. Willis’ health” in a statement to the Los Angeles Times.

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But according to some, the condition of Bruce Willis was no longer a secret: “Our stunt coordinator mentioned that he was having trouble. Our first AD saw that he was having trouble. You would have to be blind to not see him struggling,” a source said. A rep for the producer told US Weekly, “Randall is very proud of the work he and Bruce Willis have done over the past 15 years. In every movie they’ve done together, Bruce has loved being on set. , golf, go to dinner and commune with the crew. If Bruce hadn’t wanted to be on set, he wouldn’t have been. Bruce Willis is one of the greatest actors of his time and was sought after by several production companies until his recent retirement. Randall counts him among his closest friends.”

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