John Travolta, M. Night Shyamalan, and More Honor Bruce Willis Following Aphasia Diagnosis

Much of the film industry’s attention has been focused on Bruce Willis this week, as the actor announced Wednesday that he would be stepping away from performing due to his struggle with aphasia, a disease that makes it difficult to communicate and understand language.

The difficult news marked the end of a storied Hollywood career that began on the sitcom “Moonlighting” and ultimately led to blockbuster stardom via the “Die Hard” franchise and acclaimed dramatic roles including “Pulp Fiction” and “Moonrise Kingdom.”Many of Willis’ Hollywood contemporaries took to social media to share memories of working with the actor, congratulating him on a remarkable career and sending their best wishes to his family.Willis’ “Pulp Fiction” co-star John Travolta posted about their relationship on Instagram, writing that “Bruce and I became good friends when we shared 2 of our biggest hits together, ‘Pulp Fiction’ and ‘Look Who’s Talking.’ Years later he said to me,

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