Retirement not an option for Willis
Published 29/07/2013 | 13:03
Bruce Willis has hinted that he hopes to keep making movies for as long as he can.
The action star reprises his role as former black ops agent Frank Moses in Red 2, following his turns in the fifth Die Hard instalment - A Good Day To Die Hard, GI Joe: Retaliation and The Expendables movies.
When asked about his future career, he said: "Not a clue. It could all end tomorrow or I could end up doing it for another 150 years, you know, depending on science.
"If they could keep us alive a little longer. It might happen, it could happen. Anything's possible."
The sequel to 2010's Red sees returning cast members Dame Helen Mirren and John Malkovich team up with newcomers Catherine Zeta Jones, South Korean actor Byung Hun Lee and Sir Anthony Hopkins.
"Everyone was already in character and showed up ready to play. Everyone ran in every day, happy to do a day's work, and everyone brought something to the film to make it even better," he said.
Bruce added: "I like to work in ensemble casts and I like to work with this group of actors especially. All we do all day long is try and make each other laugh, and hopefully that gets onto the screen and you'll find some of it funny too."
:: Red 2 opens in cinemas on August 2.