To celebrate Die Hards 34th Birthday, the leading man revisited Nakatomi Tower and took in the view.
Bruce Willis, known best for his iconic role as John McClane in Die Hard, showed some love in a recent visit to the place that started it all back in 1988, (apologies Moonlighting, we know you got there first, but Die Hard is just WAY better)
Bruce Willis revisited the site of one of the film’s most famous locations, the Fox Plaza, aka the ‘Nakatomi Building’ made famous in the original Die Hard film, all in the name of celebrating the film’s 34th birthday.
The actor’s wife, Emma Heming Willis, posted a video on her Instagram account that showed her husband visiting Fox Plaza in Los Angeles, which was the setting for Nakatomi Plaza in his now iconic 1988 film, “Die Hard.”
“Nakatomi Plaza 34 years later #happymovieanniversary #diehard @20thcenturystudios,” Mrs. Willis tagged in the comments.
Willis’ family announced in March that the legend Die Hard actor would be taking a break from acting due to being diagnosed with aphasia. A condition that robs you of the ability to communicate, and can be caused by a stroke, head injury, a brain tumor or disease.
Since his diagnosis, his wife has shared regular updates about our favourite leading man, including him enjoying a game of basketball with some mates. We love you Bruce!
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