Bruce Willis Dares to Star in Another M. Night Shyamalan Movie

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M. Night Shyamalan needs some stability in his post–After Earth life. So why not reteam with Bruce Willis, the star of his two best movies (his two good movies?), The Sixth Sense andUnbreakable? The movie is Labor of Love, one of the first scripts Shyamalan ever sold. Should Willis come aboard, he’ll play a Philadelphia man whose wife dies in an accident. “Never big on words, he becomes haunted by the notion that he never properly told his wife how much he loved her,” Deadline writes. “Since she once asked if he would walk across the country for her, he decides to show her posthumously just how much he did love her.” Awwww! But seriously, M., this needs to be a good one.

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