Movies the star shot in Cincinnati over the years

Bruce Willis is stepping away from acting due to health issues, his daughter Rumer Willis has announced on social media.

Acclaimed actor Bruce Willis, who has shot several films in Cincinnati, is stepping away from acting. 

The Willis family made the announcement Wednesday afternoon on Instagram

The family wrote that Willis has been experiencing some health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, impacting his cognitive abilities.

“As a result of this and with much consideration Bruce is stepping away from the career that has meant so much to him,” the post read. “This is a really challenging time for our family and we are so appreciative of your continued love, compassion and support.” 

The actor has shot many films in the Queen City over the years.

Crews begin shooting a scene of

The movie “Marauders,” a Bruce Willis-helmed action flick, was set in Cincinnati. The opening scene highlighted many local landmarks including the P&G Towers Building, Great American Ball Park, Paul Brown Stadium and the Roebling Suspension Bridge.

In August of 2017, Willis shot his action movie “Reprisal.” The film features an assistant bank manager who struggles to overcome his post-traumatic stress disorder after his bank is violently robbed and care for his young, diabetic daughter. Downtown Cincinnati was featured prominently in the film and the Roebling Bridge was the setting of the film’s finale sequence.  

The crew and cast of 10 Minutes Gone in between scenes of filming in Benham Alley Thursday in Downtown Cincinnati.

In 2018, Wills returned to downtown Cincinnati to film “10 Minutes Gone,” which tells the story of a  man who loses 10 minutes of his memory after being hit by a stray bullet in a bank robbery. 

Bruce Willis

Most recently, in 2020, Willis was in Cincinnati to work on the thriller “Hard Kill.” The movie is about a team of mercenaries that a billionaire hires to protect a piece of technology that, if exposed, could destroy the world.

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