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Bruce Willis Announces New Eco-Film, "An Unappealing Hunch"

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bruce.gifBruce Willis appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman last night and had a tremendous amount of fun playing with the whole “going green” concept. First, he came out wearing a giant wind turbine hat claiming that he’s now gone off-grid and is producing his own energy. “Dave, I’ve gone green,” he told Letterman. “I’m completely off-grid. In fact, I can’t even see the grid anymore.”

Bruce then went into his take on An Inconvenient Truth and announced his own intentions to create a new film saying, “This whole global warming thing — I’m not convinced. I’m a little skeptical. I’m thinking that the problem isn’t global warming, but “global humidity”. Have you been outside today folks? It’s unbelievable. Right now, I’m wearing a pair of boxer briefs made out of recycled tires. A little chaffing problem, I’m not going to kid you…”

When asked what the title of his new documentary would be called, Bruce turned serious and said, “It’s a working title. I think I’m going to call it, An Unappealing Hunch.”

But don’t go thinking Willis doesn’t take these issues seriously. He was a committed environmentalist long before it was hip to do so and has recently contemplated picking up an electric car to ween himself away from oil and emissions. With all the jokes that seem to come easily, we just wish he would hurry the purchase along and back up the levity with some serious green. Check out the video below for the full interview.

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