Bruce Willis apologies for BBC's 'The One Show' interview
Film star Bruce Willis appeared on BBC's The One Show recently. To say it went poorly is a bit of an understatement - to the degree that he has apologized for giving a "boring" interview, saying that he was jetlagged.
During the interview, Willis seems uninterested and uneasy. The host's asked him about an asteroid that is going to come near the Earth soon and he gave a choppy answer, not wanting to play along to their reference to his 1998 film "Armageddon."
He was appearing on the show to hype the premiere of "A Good Day to Die Hard," which is not doing that well with the critics thus far. Willis asks the hosts about the title of the film criticizing it.
"It's a difficult title. A Good Day to Die Hard? It's like, "Have a sandwich and let's go shopping -- then die hard," he said.
Here is the first part of the interview:
He appeared later on radio station XFM and talked about the interview some more.
"I have to apologize," he said. "I didn't get very many compliments about it. They said it was a little stale. But I was so jetlagged. I'm very sorry, you kids on The One Show. "I'm sure it's not their problem. I was a little bit boring, I think. I had a little sinking spell, that's all."