Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman and John Malkovich talk about their new film, ‘RED’

Here’s a couple of videos featuring Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman and John Malkovich. They mainly talk about their new film, RED, but they tend to go off on tangents sometimes and those are the best parts.

If you only watch one video though, it should be this one below. Morgan Freeman talks about having to do more than four takes of a scene. “Why are we doing a fifth?,” he says. “I’ve done 17 and I was almost dead.” Watch the video for what he says next. Classic!

The guys talk about working with Helen Mirren, Richard Dreyfuss and more

Bruce Willis talks about an actors vanity

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