Bruce Willis ‘Can’t Attend’ Anniversary Because…

Bruce Willis was honored at the 30th anniversary event for Pulp Fiction, even though he couldn’t attend due to his ongoing battle with frontotemporal dementia. His wife, Emma Heming Willis, and daughter, Tallulah Willis, were present at the event to represent Bruce and celebrate his role as struggling boxer Butch Coolidge in the film.



Emma and Tallulah walked the red carpet in style, showcasing their support for Bruce and the film. Emma donned a chic black Dior suit with a white satin blouse and a studded silver clutch, while Tallulah sported a casual yet fashionable look with light-washed ripped jeans, a yellow graphic shirt, and a black blazer. She also wore a black baseball cap embroidered with “Bruce” in white letters.

Tallulah told photographers that she was channeling Bruce Willis from the ’90s with her outfit. Emma shared their excitement on Instagram, noting that they were attending the event to celebrate Pulp Fiction and their “sweetest date night with my family.”

Fans praised the mother-daughter duo in the comments, expressing their admiration for Bruce and Emma’s supportive role in his life. In addition to Bruce’s family, the event also featured appearances by the film’s stars, including John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Harvey Keitel, and Samuel L. Jackson.

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