I see love, folks.
Haley Joel Osment nonetheless holds his “Sixth Sense” costar Bruce Willis within the highest regard.
“It’s been difficult to find the right words for someone I’ve always looked up to—first on the big screen, and then by some wild stroke of luck, in person,” Osment wrote alongside a throwback snap of the “Death Becomes Her” star on social media Thursday.
The “Pay It Forward” star added, “He’s a true legend who has enriched all of our lives with a singular career that spans nearly half a century.”
“I am so grateful for what I got to witness firsthand, and for the enormous body of work he built for us to enjoy for years and years to come,” he continued.
Osment concluded his touching assertion by providing extra form phrases and heartfelt assist: ‘”I simply needed to categorical the respect and deep admiration I’ve for Bruce and his household as they transfer ahead with the braveness and excessive spirits which have at all times outlined them.”
Osment starred as a disturbed child named Cole within the 1999 supernatural thriller “Sixth Sense.” Willis portrayed a baby psychologist who makes an attempt to assist Cole navigate his skill to talk with lifeless folks.
“Sixth Sense” director M. Night Shyamalan additionally penned a tribute to Willis earlier this week.
“All my love and respect to my big brother Bruce Willis. I know his wonderful family is surrounding him with support and strength. He will always be that hero on that poster on my wall as kid,” the “Glass” filmmaker tweeted.
Osment beforehand mentioned with The Post the movie’s ever-lasting legacy and his profession as a baby star. He famous that listening to the drama’s iconic line — “I see dead people” — has change into “easier” for him.
“That’s become easier as I’ve gotten older because I don’t look quite the same as I did when that film came out,” he stated. “But it’s kinda cool the film has had that long of a life span.”
Willis’ household introduced on March 30 that he was recognized with the mind dysfunction and can be stepping again from Hollywood.
“To Bruce’s amazing supporters, as a family we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing some health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is impacting his cognitive abilities,” the “Die Hard” actor’s household stated in a press release.
“This is a really challenging time for our family and we are so appreciative of your continued love, compassion and support,” they added. “As Bruce always says, ‘Live it up’ and together we plan to do just that.”