Bruce Willis has signed a new three picture deal with production company Emmett/Furla Films, continuing his collaboration with the studio. The Die Hard actor had previously worked on a whopping 17 films with Emmett/Furla before, with his most recent collaboration Midnight in the Switchgrass, starring Willis and Megan Fox, set to resume production again soon.
The first movie in the deal, as first reported by Deadline, Out of Death, will see Jamie King play a woman who accidentally witnesses four violent strangers committing a crime while out on a hike and enlisting the help of a retired forest ranger, played by Willis. The second film, Run of the Hitman, will see Willis play an engineered mercenary enlisted to stop a corrupt government official from seizing control of his mercenary organization for his own nefarious purposes. The final film, Killing Field, will be about a woman’s quiet farm life disrupted by the arrival of a corrupt cop and a pair of dangerous criminals. The last title will be sold virtually during the Cannes Film Market.
Despite appearing in a few big titles like M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass, the 65 year old Willis hasn’t found the critical or box office success that he’s accustomed to in the past. Despite this, Willis continues to find multiple interesting projects to continue his long and storied career.