Bruce Willis dementia rumors resurface as another B-movie 'Gasoline Alley' set for release

The 'Die Hard' star has been coming to terms with his onsetting dementia for the past two years


                            Bruce Willis dementia rumors resurface as another B-movie 'Gasoline Alley' set for release
Bruce Willis attends the Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis at Hollywood Palladium on July 14, 2018 in Los Angeles, California (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)
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'Die Hard' fame superstar Bruce Willis recently sold his New York property to spend more time with wife Emma Hemming Willis and his family in Los Angeles after his early signs of dementia have worsened of late. The 65-year-old has been battling his onsetting signs of memory loss for the past two years. 

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“His wife Emma has helped Demi Moore and the children Bruce shares with his ex-wife to make truces because they know he’s fading,” a source revealed to OK! Bruce has been spending much more time with his family lately to make the most of it and has moved to Los Angeles to be with them full time. The Hollywood star spent Christmas with wife Emma and their two daughters Mabel, 8, and Evelyn, 6. Earlier in April 2020, he had spent a good amount of time with ex-wife Demi Moore and their kids Rumer, 32, Scout, 29, and Tallulah, 26. 

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Bruce has not been formally diagnosed with dementia or any other memory loss disorder but has been battling some issues for the past few years. Sources had earlier revealed that his struggles with memory loss have persisted for a much longer time than most people were aware of. Bruce had earlier sparked some controversy after he was spotted without a mask at a pharmacy on January 11. 

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Soon after, he apologized saying, “It was an error in judgment. Be safe out there everyone and let’s continue to mask up.”


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Bruce's health has been a topic of concern for fans for quite a while and as time passes, his condition only seems to be deteriorating. “While filming Glass [in 2019], staffers worked around him by cutting and editing and having him overdub lines because he struggled to remember and/or deliver them. In most scenes on Glass he’s hooded, and they used stand-in and body doubles to replace him. On set, he wouldn’t smile and was always chaperoned by an assistant to guide him while walking,” an inside source had earlier revealed. 

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Nevertheless, Willis is still as enthused and energetic as ever and has several projects lined up for him going forward into this year.  

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