M. Night Shyamalan Gets Candid About Bruce Willis’ Retirement Situation And What His Family Is Going Through


Director M. Night Shyamalan is nothing if not resilient. The filmmaker has gone through all the highs and lows a career in Hollywood can bring, but as we near the release of his fifteenth film, A Knock at the Cabin, he is getting candid about his friend Bruce Willis’ retirement and the hardships his family has been going through. 

The Sixth Sense writer and director recently spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about freeing himself from Harvey Weinstein with his 1999 psychological thriller and his grief (as well as a personal connection) to the sudden retirement of his frequent collaborator and friend Bruce Willis- who M. Night says was responsible for protecting his early career. He told the publication:

Yeah, he obviously means the world to me. I would do anything for him and his family, and it’s been super tough for everybody involved. I had a lot of tears about it, and my father is also suffering from similar kinds of things. So having it on both fronts, it’s profound to realize how precious everything is. So I’m just grateful for what he did because he didn’t micromanage at all. He protected me from the system early, so I’m forever grateful to him.



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