Jerry Bruckheimer Remembers Bruce Willis’ Kindness on ‘Armageddon’ Set

Producer Jerry Bruckheimer shared a heartwarming story about Bruce Willis’ generosity on the set of their 1998 blockbuster, ‘Armageddon.’

Willis, who recently retired from acting due to a health diagnosis, left a lasting impression that went beyond his on-screen persona.

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“Bruce is such a good guy,” Bruckheimer said. He highlighted Willis’ acts of kindness towards the crew, particularly his regular contributions to weekly cash giveaways.

“They’d have drawings, and he’d throw a lot of money in the hat,” Bruckheimer recalled. “The crew members would always take away some nice extra cash at the end of the week, whoever won.”

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These gestures earned Willis praise from Bruckheimer, who called him a “giving guy” and a “good friend.”

The anecdote paints a picture of Willis as someone who cared about the well-being of those working tirelessly behind the scenes.

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