Bruce Willis takes interviewer down in brilliantly awkward interview

Yahoo UK Movies News
24 July 2013

Bruce Willis is getting a bit of a reputation for awkward interviews…

But this latest performance, with a reporter from radio station Magic 105.4, really is a cut above.

Promoting his new movie ‘Red 2’ with co-star Mary Louise Parker, Bruce is clearly far from enamoured with his interviewer, Jamie Edwards.

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In a video that has now gone viral, Willis can barely contain his disinterest in the questions being asked, and gives a series of curt, surly responses.

One particularly cringeworthy moment comes when Willis answers one of Edwards questions with: “Has any actor ever told you this Jamie? This part is not acting. The fun part is over. We’re just selling the film now.”

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When Edwards asks how Willis would sell the film, he replies: “I wouldn’t. I’d slash my hooves.”

Whatever that means...

Bruce's last awkward interview moment happened under the hot studio lights of the BBC's 'The One Show', in which his brand of deadpan humour didn't really resonate with host Alex Jones either.

He later apologised for appearing grumpy, citing the age-old 'jet-lag' as the reason for his surliness.

A likely story.

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