VIDEO: Bruce Willis turns hostile during interview

VIDEO: Bruce Willis turns hostile during interview

Bruce Willis got annoyed with an interviewer while promoting his new movie "Red 2." Photo: YouTube/magicfm1054

Actress Mary-Louise Parker was left squirming in her seat during a joint video interview with her “Red 2” co-star Bruce Willis this week after the action man grew increasingly hostile towards the interviewer.

The pals recently sat down for a chat with Jamie Edwards, a reporter for British radio station Magic 105.4, to promote the new movie sequel, but the session, which was filmed for online audiences, turned awkward after Willis took issue with the journalist’s question about their favorite shooting locations.

Turning the tables on Edwards, Willis is shown in the video footage saying, “Has any actor ever told you this… This part is not acting, what we’re doing right now. You might be, but we’re just selling the film now. Sales. The fun part was making the movie.”

Parker chimed in, adding, “The fun part happened, yeah”, but she was visibly uncomfortable as Willis continued to respond dryly to Edwards’ questions.

When Willis was asked how he would sell the film to potential audiences, he retorted, “I wouldn’t. I would slash my hooves.”

As the interview came to a close, Willis sarcastically told Edwards, “You have some great questions here Jamie. Great chat.”

Recent Headlines

in Local

Good try, Yoko, but Ithaca always wins


Yoko Ono organized attempt in honor of late husband John Lennon, who would've turned 75 this year; Ithaca attempt at peace sign brought out 5,800 people

in Local

New York ranked number one for energy efficiency


A study by WalletHub shows New York's efficient use of energy for homes and vehicles overall is second to none.

in Local

City officials debate traffic patterns for 11-story building proposal


One of their ideas is to eliminate a slip lane used by traffic to turn right from Aurora onto East State.

in Local

Gas leak leads to evacuation at Freeville Elementary


Gas smell was discovered just after 9 a.m. inside Freeville Elementary; district officials say students were taken to Cassavant Elementary

in Local

New York officials: Monitor credit report after Experian breach

state leg

New York AG Eric Schneiderman's office is offering tips after data breach at Experian; office says T-Mobile, Experian users may be at risk