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Sylvester Stallone Offers Heartbreaking Update On Pal Bruce Willis' Health

Willis, who starred in 'The Expendables' franchise with Stallone, has been struggling after his aphasia diagnosis.

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In March, Bruce Willis' family made the announcement he was retiring from acting after being diagnosed with aphasia.

Aphasia is a disorder that affects communication, impacting speech as well as comprehension of written and spoken language.

Close friend and fellow actor Sylvester Stallone was asked by The Hollywood Reporter if he has been in touch with Willis.

Stallone responded:

"Bruce is going through some really, really difficult times. So he's been sort of incommunicado."
"That kills me. It's so sad."

Back in March, upon hearing of Willis' diagnosis, Stallone shared an Instagram post captioned, "We go back a long way, praying for the best for you and your wonderful family..."

Those learning of his current state shared their dismay over the news and also their support for the actor.

Though Willis has retired from acting, it seems he is enjoying his time with his family.

Last month, wife Emma Heming Willis posted a lovely video to her Instagram.

The post is captioned:

"We don't believe in perfection over here, but #oursummer2022 was pretty close to it."
"In fact, it was magic."

Willis also has a couple of movies that haven't been released yet and one was just released today.

Willis joins Pulp Fiction costar John Travolta in the action film Paradise City which you can see in limited theaters and VOD now.