Bruce Willis’ fans are demanding answers after Hulu made one head-scratching decision involving Die Hard

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Bruce Willis was one of the biggest action stars of the 1980s and 1990s. 

But his days of taking out the bad guys and saving the day are sadly now behind him. 

And now Bruce Willis’ fans are demanding answers after Hulu made one head-scratching decision involving Die Hard.

“Come out to the coast, we’ll get together, have a few laughs . . .” 

Last February, Bruce Willis’ acting career came to a crashing halt. 

The megastar made a career out of playing characters who overcame obstacles and brought down the bad guys on the big screen. s

But in real life, Willis met one opponent he could not conquer – frontotemporal dementia. 

In his retirement, Willis and his family are working to raise awareness about the disease. 

Fortunately, fans of the 69-year-old actor can still enjoy his body of work, including comedies like Moonlighting, thrillers like The Sixth Sense, and action-adventures like The Expendables franchise. 

Willis even provided the voice of baby Mikey in the Look Who’s Talking movies. 

But Willis’ biggest claim to fame is his work as John McClane in the Die Hard film series. 

The film series has such a huge fan base, many movie-lovers even find a reason to watch it every Christmas. 

But if you’re in the mood to watch Lt. McClane stop terrorists from taking over the world – all while needing an aspirin – time is running out. 

“Just a fly in the ointment. The monkey in the wrench. The pain in the a**”

There have been five Die Hard movies. 

The first debuted in 1988 with Alan Rickman playing the villain, Hans Gruber. 

The sequel came out in 1990, and featured former Senator Fred Thompson (R-TN) in a major role. 

Samuel L. Jackson joined the cast for 1995’s Die Hard with a Vengeance with Jeremy Irons playing Hans Gruber’s brother back for revenge against McClane.

It was 12-years later when Willis returned as John McClane in the next installment, Live Free or Die Hard.  

And the final film in the franchise was released in 2013 with A Good Day to Die Hard and featured Yellowstone’s Cole Hauser running alongside Willis. 

Currently, all five motion pictures in the collection are available on the Hulu streaming platform. 

But if you want to marathon all five films – or pick out your favorite to enjoy one evening – you better act fast. 

The entire collection will be leaving Hulu on June 30. 

There is no word just yet on where the movies will land next.

“Now I have a machine gun. Ho Ho Ho”

Willis is one of the few major Hollywood stars who has openly backed Republican politicians and conservative policies in the past. 

The action star has been a big advocate of gun rights, and even spoke at the 2000 Republican National Convention.

Bruce Willis has also previously condemned Hamas and Hezbollah in support of Israel. 

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.