The last time we saw Bruce Willis and John Travolta on screen together it was for the iconic cult classic known as Pulp Fiction. But now we get to see the legendary actors in action side-by-side in what is being reported as one of Willis’s last movies.
The Trailer for One of the Last Movies Bruce Willis Will Ever Be in Just Dropped
On October 12, the trailer for Paradise City dropped and people are excited. You can watch the trailer below:
In the movie, Willis and Travolta play enemies with Willis playing a bounty hunter and Travolta, a drug lord. The trailer comes just months after Bruce Willis revealed a health diagnosis that forced him to retire from acting.
On August 30, model Emma Heming Willis, who is married to Bruce Willis opened up about grief. As Mamas Uncut previously reported Willis shared that he was recently diagnosed with aphasia.
In the initial statement, Willis and his family said, “To Bruce’s amazing supporters, as a family, we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing some health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is impacting his cognitive abilities.”
Since his announcement, Emma has been sharing bits and pieces of their summer together. Much of which included adorable bits of family time.
However, in Emma’s latest Instagram post, she got real with her followers. Alongside a video montage of the last summer, Emma opened up about how grief has affected her.
“This was the summer of self-discovery — finding new hobbies, going out of my comfort zone, and staying active,” Emma admitted as the video showed her working out, playing tennis, biking, gardening, doing housework, and painting.
“My grief can be paralyzing but I’m learning how to live alongside it. As my step-daughter @scoutlaruewillis told me, grief is the deepest and purest form of love. I hope you find some comfort in that too.”
Scout, who Bruce shares with his ex-wife Demi Moore, also commented on the video, writing, “This is so beautiful! I’m so proud of you, I love you so much!!!”
And other people also shared their words of wisdom about grief. “Grief will make you move mountains when you can barely jump hurdles,” another person wrote.
“It is the balance of what is, and what’s to come.. You push through it. You have to. Your beautiful babies are learning from your strength. And what beautiful strength you have, dear. You keep pushing and we’ll keep praying.”
Emma shared her message on National Grief Day.
According to the Mayo Clinic, aphasia can affect a person’s ability to speak, write, and understand language, both verbal and written. Typically, the condition is brought on by a head injury or after a stroke but it can also accompany a variety of degenerative diseases.
Emma also briefly opened up about how she was affected while speaking with The Bump. “I put my family’s needs above my own, which I found does not make me any kind of hero,” Emma admitted.
“That amount of care for everyone else within my household had taken a toll on my mental health and overall health, and it served no one in my family.” Now it looks like they seem to be finding their groove as time goes on.
Sara Vallone has been a writer and editor for the last four and a half years. A graduate of Ohio University, she enjoys celebrity news, sports, and articles that enhance people’s lives.
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