Bruce Willis showed up on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in an arm sling. The action movie legend is surely no stranger to accidents related to the job, and he later explained that he got his injury during an intense workout referred to by the ominous name "death dips." To kick off his appearance, Willis pretended to be an audience member for a segment of "Freestylin' with The Roots," where the band performed a hilarious Man of the Woods-inspired tune about the actor. Watch the freestyle in the video below at the 4:32 minute mark.
After the freestyle, Willis sat down with Fallon to talk about his latest action flick Death Wish, which hits theaters this weekend. The two also discussed the 30-year anniversary of the first Die Hard, which just got added to the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress. When Fallon asked about rumors of a Die Hard 6 movie, the actor confirmed that a new iteration of the franchise was on its way. "I'm about to wing out to California to see what the script looks like," Willis said. "So, I think so, yeah."
Willis also went into his deep love of the 2018 Winter Olympics, which ended last week. He even told Fallon that he attended the opening ceremony, before showing a photo to the crowd of his face slapped on a picture of everyone's favorite shirtless, oily Tongan flag-bearer. "I'm the only Tongan in South Jersey," he explained. "I had a whole bunch of oil. Baby oil. And trying to get that much oil through customs. ... My mom made the dress." Watch that clip below.