Bruce Willis became an overnight star with Die Hard. Now he has returned to the main filming location of the action classic.

34 years have passed since “Die Hard” was released in cinemas. For the anniversary of the action film, which premiered in the United States on July 15, 1988, leading actor Bruce Willis (67) visited the film’s legendary setting. A video published by his wife Emma Heming-Willis (44) on Instagram shows the star on the roof of the action classic skyscraper.

Back on the Nakatomi Plaza skyscraper

In the black and white shot, the former John McClane actor leans against a railing and looks into the distance. This is followed by a series of scenes from “Die Hard” set to classical music. Emma Heming-Willis captioned the video: “Nakatomi Plaza 34 years later.”

The high-rise named Nakatomi Plaza in the action thriller is actually the 34-story Fox Plaza in Los Angeles, California. The film was shot almost exclusively in the skyscraper between 1987 and 1988.

Bruce Willis retired from acting in March

Willis celebrated his breakthrough with the action film at the end of the 80s, four sequels followed. In March of this year, his family announced that the actor was retiring. “With Bruce’s amazing supporters, we want to share as a family that our beloved Bruce is struggling with health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia was affecting his cognitive abilities.”

This is a disorder that can affect all areas of speech. Those affected may have problems speaking and understanding language, including reading and writing.