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- "I turned Witness down, with Harrison Ford, which is great. I’d never had a love affair with an Amish chick. The third thing was picking between Rhinestone and Romancing The Stone and you know which I ended up going for… (Laughs)"
- “[The plan for Kirk Douglas to appear in First Blood] snowballed into something I didn’t expect. He said, ‘Okay, I’d be happy to play Colonel Trautman.’ And on the first day of the set he comes out and says, ‘I can’t do the script.’ I go, ‘It’s the same script that we’ve been doing.’ He goes, ‘We agreed on some changes.’ I said, ‘We can’t [make any more changes] – we’re into the film… but anyway what were the changes?’ He said, ‘Here’s what I’d do: at the very end of the movie I should kill you. The audience sees a cop car driving away and as it disappears into the fog a hand reaches up in the rear view mirror. The camera turns up and we see me. Then it turns a bit higher and I am wearing your headband.’”
- "I didn’t want to do Rocky II at all as a director, I really didn’t. I just wanted to act in it, so I wrote the screenplay and everyone said, ‘This is horrible, this is horrible.’ So the director goes, ‘We want Rocky to do drugs and do the Playboy Mansion thing.’ So he basically said, ‘This is horrible, we quit.’ So the producers quit too. I was left with it and they said, ‘Do you wanna take a shot at directing it?’ I go, ‘Okay. I’ll direct it.’"
- “Then (Rambo III) was an incredibly brutal movie. We were in the desert, and that’s why I’m so red these days – I got so burned I ain’t never coming back. I have never been in a more dangerous film. I mean, there’s just explosion after explosion and there’s no CGI. There are horse falls and it’s all real. Then in the last one, I tried something. I thought, ‘I’m gonna make this as real as possible. I’m gonna show people what a real action film is. I won’t try to be cute or moral. I’ll just show what civil war is really all about.’
- "I abused power. I was an authority on everything. If you had a disease to cure I'd tell you. If you wanted the history of movies I'd tell you. I became insufferable! I look at some of my interviews now and I wish I could go back and punch myself in the face. The press turned against me. I kind of made Rocky III autobiographical. I had become really egotistical, much more vain than I had been. That's what happened to Rocky. That's why you go down in flames: you're protected by agents and no-one tells you the truth. It costs Rocky everything and he had to rebuild the eye of the tiger."
- “Mr. T wasn’t Mr. T! Mr. T was Mr. Bodyguard, at a fight in 1977, walking out of a room with a big suit and a Mohawk, feathers and gold chains around his neck. I thought, ‘I am writing a movie about this dude.’"
"Bruce Willis has signed on to star in Emmett/Furla Films' upcoming thriller 'Vice,' where he will play the owner of a depraved futuristic resort.
Based off a spec script by Andre Fabrizio and Jeremy Passmore (writers of the upcoming gangster flick The Prince, also starring Willis), Vice centers on a resort populated by lifelike synthetic beings who cater to the twisted fantasies of the wealthy before being 'reset' each night. Willis will act opposite Ambyr Childers (Gangster Squad, 2 Guns), a staff member who winds up retaining every dark memory of her experience and sets out for revenge. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Vice is being pitched as "Westworld meets Grand Theft Auto," so sign us up."