Bruce Willis Receives Highest French Cultural Honor

Bruce Willis Receives Highest French Cultural Honor
While in Paris to promote the upcoming release of A Good Day to Die Hard, star Bruce Willis was presented with the highest culture award in France, the Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters, in an evening ceremony here. Culture Minister Aurelie Filippetti said the medal was to honor his contribution to film over the past thirty years. “It is an honor, a real honor, to be here,” said Willis. “To get this very high honor for the commanders, I couldn’t be more pleased.” Filippetti praised his famous Die Hard character as a “reluctant

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