BRUCE Willis went all out for Halloween this year as one of the creepy Grady twins from The Shining.
He enlisted his assistant Stephen J. Eads as his equally freaky sibling for Shyamaween, an epic fancy dress bash thrown by his friend, film director M. Night Shyamalan.
Getty – Contributor Bruce Willis and his assistant Stephen J. Eads went all out for Halloween this year Rex Features They used The Shining's creepy Grady twins as the inspiration for their outfits
By the smile on his face, it seems Bruce knows how incredible their outfits were and the pair smiled as they walked side-by-side into the party in Philadelphia.
Stanley Kubrick would be proud at their attention to detail with their outfits.
As well as their knee high white socks and black shoes, Bruce and Stephen had even sourced flowers for their hair.
While Die Hard legend Bruce is still making waves in Hollywood, his last offering, Precious Cargo, did little to pull in the crowds.
Getty – Contributor The pair pulled off the look with ease – and even found matching flowers for their hair Getty – Contributor They grinned as they walked into film director M. Night Shyamalan's Halloween bash Getty – Contributor Safe in the knowledge they'd have a good chance of winning the 'Best Dressed' prize
The Sun revealed how the action thriller took just £86 at the UK box office in its opening week.
The movie, which also stars Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Claire Forlani, opened in five cinemas across the UK and achieved average takings of just £17.20.
With the average price of a UK cinema ticket being £7.17, it means that the 62-year-old's new flick seemingly attracted an audience of just 12 people.
It's an incredible reversal of fortunes for the actor, whose five Die Hard action movies took a combined $500million dollars in the US alone.
Getty Images Bruce, as he's best known in Die Hard as serial terrorist destroyer John McClane Twitter But his biggest grossing film was The Six Sense, that took over £270 million in ticket sales alone
Across his glittering career, Bruce has starred in 11 movies that have grossed over $100million, including Pulp Fiction, Armageddon, The Expendables and Ocean's Twelve.
His biggest ever grossing movie was The Sixth Sense, whose spooky premise and clever twist in the tale earned over £270 million in ticket sales alone.
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