From Moonlighting to Moonrise Kingdom, Bruce Willis has made a career of confounding audiences. Here’s a guy who can shoot ‘em up with the best of the Arnolds and the Slys—yippee-ki-yayyyy!—and then twee it up, all sensitive and vulnerable, for Wes Anderson. The result? One of the weirdest bodies of work (in a good way) of any A-list actor in Hollywood. Michael Hainey sits down with Willis in London and finds a man who’s old enough to have some thoughts on where he’s been—and young enough to care a lot more about where he’s going.