Touching reunion for Bruce Willis after serious diagnosis
Bruce Willis has revisited the site of one of his most famous films.
The actor's wife, Emma Heming Willis, posted a video on her Instagram account recently that showed her husband visiting Fox Plaza in Los Angeles, which was the setting for Nakatomi Plaza in his now iconic film Die Hard.
"Nakatomi Plaza 34 years later #happymovieanniversary #diehard @20thcenturystudios," she wrote in the comments. The video is particularly significant considering that Willis' family announced the star would be "stepping away" from acting due to being diagnosed with aphasia, which is affecting his cognitive abilities.View this post on Instagram
Aphasia is a rare language disorder that's caused by brain damage and affects communication ability.
Heming Willis' comments were flooded with support, which showed Willis looking over Fox Plaza and included iconic snippets from the film. "My favourite movie! I love him! Happy 34 years! ❤️👏👏👏👏👏," someone wrote. Since Willis' diagnosis was revealed, Heming Willis has shared updates about his life, as well as footage and highlights from his career.
The diagnosis has been difficult for Emma Heming Willis, who revealed Willis' battle with the rare disorder has taken a "toll" on her mental health.