Perhaps he’s got a little too much time on his hands. Perhaps he’s just a really big music fan. Either way, Bruce Willis, who featured in great films like “Die Hard” and utterly terrible ones like “Armageddon”, has apparently launched a legal battle against Apple.
I know ! A court case, featuring Apple! Who’d-a-thunk-it eh?
He’s spent quite a bit of his cash on buying music over the years, and is a bit peeved that he can’t pass on his music collection to his children, who are apparently called Scout, Tallulah and Rumer (I kid you not).
According to some complete tosh in a UK newspaper, he wants to put the tunes into a family trust so that his kids can enjoy Led Zeppelin after he dies. Trouble is, the licence agreement states that songs can’t be passed to others, and Apple can suspend accounts if it thinks that this has occurred. Bruce doesn’t like this, and he’s gonna kick some ass.
Perhaps he should just re-make Die Hard, instead run around the Apple offices shouting “Yippee-ki-yay, motherf*****” whilst shooting randomly and blowing stuff up. BOOM!
It could be sponsored by Samsung.
I’m perhaps not giving this news item the gravitas it deserves purely because it’s mostly untrue, apart from the fact that Apple are called.. Err.. Apple.
Pah! Cold hard facts. Who needs them? We’re talking about frikkin John McClane here!
Link – Sky News
Credit – Terran Brown