Why is Kevin Smith publicly apologizing to Bruce Willis?

Bruce Willis’ 2010 film, “Cop Out,”According to the box office, it was a huge success and brought in more than $55 million. The Numbers. However, that doesn’t mean the vibe on set was never positive. Kevin Smith, the film’s director, has spoken out about it as a difficult experience due to his turbulent relationship with Willis. 

However, the details of their rift remain a bit murky. There are rumors that Willis called him Willis. “f***ing d***”Smith shared his thoughts at the film’s wrap party Vulture in 2009 that there hadn’t even been a wrap party. Smith, however, referred to Willis by referring to Willis having “darkness”About him, his autobiography for 2021. People. “I love making movies and he does not, at all,”Smith wrote. Willis has, in the meantime, kept his distance on the subject, writing TimeOut in 2013, “I’m never going to call him out … in public. Sometimes you just don’t get along.”

What actually happened on the set of “Cop Out,” it appears all has been forgiven in the wake of the Willis’ diagnosis — from Smith’s side, anyway. Take to TwitterSmith wrote an apology for making ill of Willis’s past. “Long before any of the Cop Out stuff, I was a big Bruce Willis fan – so this is really hard to read…I feel like an a**hole for my petty comments from 2010. So sorry to BW and his family.”It is hoped that this will bring an end to their feud.

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