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Bruce Willis retires from the cinema after being diagnosed with aphasia, a disorder that affects his ability to communicate

The family of Bruce Willis has communicated, through a publication on Instagram, that the actor is retiring from the cinema after being diagnosed with aphasia, a language disorder caused by brain damage that affects the ability to communicate. He leaves the interpretation of one of the great action film heroes of recent decades, responsible for emblematic characters such as John McClane in The jungle of crystal and protagonist of cult titles such as Pulp Fiction.

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The text published by his family is addressed to “the incredible fans of Bruce Willis”. “As a family we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing some health issues and was recently diagnosed with aphasia, which is affecting his cognitive abilities. As a result of this and with much consideration, Bruce is walking away from a career that has meant so much to him,” the statement said.

“This is a truly challenging time for our family and we are so grateful for your continued love, compassion and support. We’re going through this as a strong family unit and we wanted to get his fans involved in this because we know how much he means to you, just like you do to him. Bruce always says, ‘Live it big,’ and together we plan to do just that. Love”, concludes the text signed by Emma, ​​​​Demi, Rumer, Scout, Tallulah, Mabel and Evelyn.