Everything happens the way it's supposed to: Bruce Willis
The actor's action film Death Wish was released worldwide recently
Bruce Willis says he truly believes that everything in life happens exactly the way it is meant to be.
The actor, whose performances have always contained a deep and layered understanding of his characters and the times they live in, is seen as Paul Kersey in Death Wish, which was released worldwide recently.
He saw Kersey as a man who laid down and followed his own preordained path. "Approaching this film, I thought it's clear that this character was on the path he was supposed to be on. To be a doctor, as Paul Kersey is, you have to want to help people. And then, though it came from a tragedy after his family is attacked, Kersey gets to where he is because he's supposed to be there -- one way or the other. And all of that was there in the script," says the actor.
A remake of the 1974 action thriller of the same name, Death Wish is directed by Eli Roth. It tells the story of Kersey, a father, who when his wife is murdered and his daughter sexually assaulted, becomes a vigilante killer nicknamed The Grim Reaper.