Packing a lot of heat and a tight white tank top, Bruce Willis showed up as a relentless bounty hunter Wednesday in the new video for cartoon band Gorillaz.
Looking like a scene from Quentin Tarantino’s “Death Proof,” the video for “Stylo” has Willis, in theaters in the buddy comedy “Cop Out,” in a high-speed muscle car pursuit of the grizzled virtual band through the desert.
The video, directed by Gorillaz co-creator Jamie Hewlett, was filmed out near Calico, California, in the Mojave Desert last December.
“Stylo,” which features vocals from guest stars Bobby Womack and rapper/actor Mos Def alongside Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn, was released as a digital download on Jan. 26 and is the first single off “Plastic Beach,” the band’s third album, due out March 8.
As reported by TheWrap, Gorillaz is scheduled to be the headliner on the closing night of this year’s Coachella festival, which runs from April 16 — 18.