Young and old Bruce Willis star together in PS9m TV ad

December 20th, 2008 - 3:24 pm ICT by ANI  

Bruce Willis

London, December 20 (ANI): Hollywood A-listers including Bruce Willis were shot starring with their younger selves in a television ad costing a staggering 9 million pounds.

With the help of technical wizardry, 53-year-old Bruce appeared sitting next to his older self in 1988 movie Die Hard, shouting his lungs out in a car chase.

The endorsement, by agency AMV BBDO, which has its reputation for making quirky Guinness ads, has found itself being amongst one of the most expensive ads ever made, reports the Sun.

The campaign, which further stars Ringo Starr, Elle Macpherson and Alice Cooper, is set to be screened for six months from Boxing Day.

Norwich Union, now Aviva, revealed that another reason for their choice of celebrities owed to they fact that they had also changed their names.

While Bruce was originally born as Walter Willis and model Elle as Eleanor Nancy Gow, Ringo was formerly known as Richard Starkey. (ANI)

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