Bruce Willis' attorney says he 'wanted to work' after aphasia diagnosis and 'could'

Bruce Willis starred in five more of Randall Emmett's films after Midnight in the Switchgrass before quitting and revealing aphasia.

Bruce Willis' attorney explains why he kept working despite being diagnosed with aphasia.

Willis' attorney Martin Singer said the actor continued working after his diagnosis because he wanted to and was able to, like many others with aphasia.

"These films were sponsored because of Mr. Willis. Thousands of individuals got work, many during the COVID-19 Pandemic "Adding,

Willis, 67, featured with Megan Fox in Midnight in the Switchgrass as an FBI agent trying to save Fox from a serial murderer while investigating a sex-trafficking ring in Florida.

According to a source close to Willis, "everyone is cheering for him" They replied, "Bruce is adored and Hollywood will unite behind him."