Tom Hardy, Brad Pitt and Iron Man have one major thing in common — they all want to kill Bruce Willis.
Not really, but they — among many others — are out to get Willis in a pretty great mashup action short called “Everybody Wants To Kill Bruce 2” with spliced clips from 53 movies, including “Pulp Fiction,” “The Fifth Element” and “Burn After Reading.”
It’s not like these well-known foes accomplish their goal because, after all, it’s Bruce Willis, the indestructible hero, who manages to squeak by without a scratch each time he comes face-to-face with danger.
The 12-and-a-half-minute film is the brainchild of filmmaker Pierre-Alexandre Chauvat, who has also included scenes from “The Avengers,” ” Mad Max: Fury Road” and “Hot Fuzz” to create this fun little masterpiece.
Give it a look above.
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