Bruce Willis Might Make Final Hollywood Appearance in Quentin Tarantino’s Last Directorial Movie as Actor’s Fight With Dementia Worsens

To this day, Tarantino’s one of the favorite collaborators is none other than Bruce Willis. Willis delivered one of the most significant performances of his career in Tarantino’s 1994 magnum opus Pulp Fiction.

Tarantino wants to pay tribute to his old pal, according to the production source, by offering him a small role in The Movie Critic, which will be set in 1970s Los Angeles. Willis officially retired last year after being diagnosed with degenerative brain disorder aphasia.

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Bruce Willis May Appear For An Emotional Farewell To The Silver Screen

Renowned filmmaker, Quentin Tarantino wants Bruce Willis for a cameo role in his tenth and final film but if the family considers his health condition not to be conducive then Tarantino will bow down. It might be a good news for the fans as the action hero may come back on the silver screen for one final Hollywood blockbuster film. Willis’ final film role was Assassin, a 2023 American science fiction action film.

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Willis, 68, officially retired last year after struggling on sets for more than a decade before being diagnosed with the degenerative brain disorder aphasia. Tarantino and Willis developed a strong bond of friendship after Tarantino cast him as ageing, on-the-run boxer Butch Coolidge in his 1994 crime classic Pulp Fiction, which helped Willis reestablish himself as a major star following a career slump.

Everything To Know About Bruce Willis’ Health Battle

Bruce Willis retired from movies and public life after being diagnosed with aphasia in 2022. By the time it was February, 2023, his condition progressed to frontotemporal dementia.

Last year in March, Willis’ family updated the fans and well-wishers about the star’s health condition via a a statement announcing that the beloved action hero had been diagnosed with aphasia, a condition that makes communicating and processing language difficult.

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Early this year, his daughter, Rummer Willis released a statement on behalf of the family explaining the worsening and progression of his health condition. Willis’ current illness illness, also called Pick’s disease, is the most common form of dementia affecting patients younger than 60 years old.

The life expectancy for FTD patients is typically between seven and 13 years from the first onset of symptoms; there are no currently no treatments for the disease itself.