Bruce Willis in a recent interview with the German magazine 'Bild' revealed that he "feels like a caveman protecting and living for his family" and he loves it as it makes him feel alive. On screen, he feels as if he is pretending to be alive but when he is home he is a father and he enjoys that role.
He has three daughters with ex-wife Demi Moore and two more young daughters with his current wife Emma Heming. It seems that his desire to protect the women in his life might in part be responsible for his decision to support a nonprofit organization which uses clairvoyants to help solve crimes.
The actor, whose films have reportedly grossed approximately $3 billion over the course of his movie career, was seen partying at Ciprani's Club 55 screening room in New York City at an event for the non-profit organization "Find Me". The company is known for using clairvoyants to help families find their missing relatives and it was created in 2002 by retired U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent J.E. 'Kelly' Snyder.
Bruce Willis is a father of five girls and he has admitted that for him the focus of his life is his family and they are without question the most important individuals in his life. He does not hide the protective instinct that men get when they think of their families and as such his association with an organization that helps people find their missing families is easily understandable.
What is intriguing to me is the response he provided to a journalist who according to the New York Post asked him at the party if he might be considering making a movie based on "Find Me" activities to which Bruce Willis responded with silence and a smile.
The "Die Hard" actor's lack of response to the question suggests to me that there is a possibility that such a movie might be made and if so, it looks like the movie producers only have to look to Bruce Willis to find the actor who would be ideally suited for the role.
Bruce Willis as the lead in a movie based on "Find Me" organization? Stranger things have happened in the past.