() — Bruce Willis returned to the site of one of his most famous movies, “Die Hard.”
The actor’s wife, Emma Heming Willis, recently posted a video on her verified instagram account where it showed her husband visiting Fox Plaza in Los Angeles, which served as the set for the Nakatomi Plaza from his iconic 1988 film, “Die Hard.”
“Nakatomi Plaza 34 years later #happymovieanniversary #diehard @20thcenturystudios,” he wrote in the comments.
Willis’ family announced in March that the star would be taking a break from acting due to his diagnosis of aphasia, which affects his cognitive abilities.
According to the Mayo Clinic, aphasia is “a condition that affects the ability to communicate” and can be caused by a stroke, head injury, brain tumor, or some other condition.
Willis’ wife has shared updates on the actor’s life since his diagnosis was made known, including a video of Willis at a basketball game with friends.