Bruce Willis in "Looper." (Alliance Films)
While action star Bruce Willis will likely never beat out contemporaries Sylvester Stallone or Arnold Schwarzenegger in the pure body count department, he may have the two beat on the property damage side of things.
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Yes, from "Die Hard" to "Looper," Willis' on-screen characters have destroyed a lot of stuff over the years. Chairs, tables, windows, boats, planes, cars, buildings, spaceships — and we're not even counting all of the bruised egos his expertly timed one-liners have caused! If you can name it, Bruce Willis has probably broken it, exploded it, or thrown a terrorist through it at some point in his movie career.
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Normally, it might take you hours of Willis movie marathoning to see evidence of all this unbridled destruction, but thanks to the fine folks over at at Slacktory (the people who recently brought us the equally excellent "Claire Danes Cry Face Supercut" video), you won't have to slog through stinkers like "Hudson Hawk," "The Jackal," and "RED" just to see the 'splody parts. The site has posted a mayhem-filled "supercut" of some of the massive property damage that Willis has caused on film over the past few decades.
See the "Bruce Willis Property Damage Supercut" below:
Willis was most recently seen (blowing things up, naturally) in "Looper" and "The Expendables 2," and will attempt to top John McClane's property damage record in the forthcoming "Die Hard" sequel, "A Good Day to Die Hard," due out on Feb. 14, 2013. What a great way to spend Valentine's Day!