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One scene near the end depicts Bruce’s Solomon, covered in blood, ready to fire a machine gun. 

After Willis’ aphasia diagnosis was made public, White Elephant director Jesse V Johnson told the LA Times: “It was clear that he was not the Bruce I remembered [from being a stuntman years ago]”.

As a result, it was requested that his scenes be finished by lunchtime so could be let go early.

Tragically, the action star would ask crew members: “I know why you’re here, and I know why you’re here, but why am I here?”