Bruce Willis has long been revered by moviegoers and actors alike. He entertained people for four years as Moonlighting's David Addison, rose to prominence when he starred in 1988's Die Hard (and its countless sequels) as Lieutenant John McClane, and arguably clinched his staus as a silver screen legend when he acted his butt off as Dr. Malcolm Crowe in M. Night Shyamalan's infamous The Sixth Sense. So it's about time Mr. Willis get knocked down a peg or two. 

On July 29, Willis will become the 16th celebrity (since 2003) to get his very own Comedy Central Roast. And as announced by Variety, Willis' roastmaster will be none other than his Looper co-star Joseph Gordon Levitt. For those who haven't seen Looper, Willis played an older version of Levitt's character, Joe - so he'll essentially be getting roasted by himself. Spooky. 

Levitt admitted that he "look[s] forward to mercilessly making fun of" Willis on live television, and we're just as excited to watch him do it. Willis seems to be taking his roastee status in stride, though - earlier this year, he pointed out that the CC Roast won't be the first time he'll "be tied to a chair and held hostage by a group of humorless a–holes for a couple hours." Touché, Bruce, t
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No word on who'll join Willis and Levitt on the big day (fingers crossed for a Haley Joel Osment appearance), but keep checking thecomedynetwork.ca for more information.