A Good Day To Die Hard actor Bruce Willis was snapped leaving his hotel for a day of shopping and sight seeing with two of his leading ladies – wife Emma Heming and their 9-month-old daughter Mabel – in Paris, France on Saturday (February 9).
The 57-year-old star – who is also father to daughters Rumer, 24, Scout, 21, and Tallulah, 19, with ex-wife Demi Moore – recently graced the cover of GQ magazine and opened up his goals in life.
“[My goal right now is] to keep it looking lifelike,” he says. “In the past few months, I’ve read a lot about Old Hollywood—Gary Cooper, Cary Grant, Spencer Tracy, Audrey Hepburn, William Holden. Every story is that everyone was struggling. Everyone was flailing wildly. And it’s kind of reassuring, because if you only see the performance, it’s easy to associate that person with their work. Cary Grant was referring to himself as ‘Cary Grant the actor. That’s not me.’ He would make a big difference between those two things.”
The star – who recently spoke out to dismiss any link between onscreen shootouts and real-life gun violence – also doled out a piece of advice.
“I recently heard one of my fellow actors say it in three words: “Just shut up.” Just go silent,” he says. “Maybe it’s being older; maybe that’s just a tiny tag of wisdom, that you’ve got to think about something before you say something. I once thought that somehow, with this job, also comes the inherent right to say whatever the f–k I want regardless of whether I’m right or wrong or think that anybody needs to hear it or should hear it.”View Slideshow »»