Hollywood hardman Bruce Willis has no regrets about appearing in box office disasters, because they've ultimately improved his career.
The brave Die Hard actor admits he has been "naive about acting" in the past, working on films that shouldn't even have been made, but he now realises that if the script is bad, then nothing can save the movie.
He recalls, "There have been films over the last 20 years that I shouldn't have done - a lot of films that shouldn't have been made, to be honest.
"But I learnt far more from the clunkers, technically and financially, than I did from the many films that were successful."17/03/2005 17:26