The famous actress starred in 11 films and numerous advertising projects last year.
It was claimed that Bruce Willis, the iconic star of action movies, suffered from early dementia and could no longer memorize lines.
According to the news in the NZ Herald, the popular YouTube channel “Half in the Bag” brought up these rumors in a video titled “The Bruce Willis Fake Movie Factory”. In the video, it was stated that there was a rumor in the film industry that Willis was constantly taking soufflés through headphones during filming.
On top of that, Matt Eskandari, who directed Willis’ recent films such as “Hard Kill”, “Survive the Night” and “Trauma Center”, commented on the video and said the rumors were true. Responding to a user’s comment, “I read somewhere that Bruce Willis has dementia, he really wasn’t aware of what was going on around him,” Eskandari said, “Yes, that’s right, I directed four movies in which he starred, so I know the situation firsthand. A legend like Bruce “It’s sad to see it deteriorate right before your eyes. I’ve seen this situation over the past few years.” made statements.
Responding to another user who said Willis had “fallen out of favor” after working with directors like Quentin Tarantino, Brian De Palma, and Wes Anderson, Eskandari bluntly wrote, “He has dementia.”
News of Bruce Willis suffering from early dementia was first reported in early 2021 when the “OK!” It was published in the tabloid magazine, and it was said that the actor, who was struggling with memory loss, was directed to spend time with his family. However, 66-year-old Bruce Willis starred in 11 movies last year. The claim that the actor tried to earn as much money as he could while still conscious and able to work is being debated.