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Watch: Bruce Willis Won't Let Things Go in Exclusive Clip from 'The Prince'

Photo of Shipra Gupta By Shipra Gupta | Indiewire August 22, 2014 at 12:58PM

Watch out, good guys. Willis is coming for you.
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The Prince, Bruce Willis

Bruce Willis, best known for playing the tough-as-nails cop John McClane in the "Die Hard" series, moves over to the wrong side of the law with the character he plays in the Lionsgate thriller "The Prince."

[Editor's Note: This post is presented in partnership with Time Warner Cable Movies On Demand in support of Indie Film Month. Today's pick is "The Prince," which you can catch On Demand.]

In this exclusive clip from the film, Willis' unassuming attire -- a casual knit sweater, lined by a white cotton undershirt -- makes it difficult to discern that he is, in fact, the bad guy in the film.

Opening in theaters today and available to view On Demand, "The Prince" is both a gangster film and a revenge drama in which a retired Las Vegas crime boss, played by Jason Patric, is forced to return to his old life when an old enemy, played by Willis, kidnaps his daughter. John Cusack co-stars as the best friend to Patric's character who assists with tracking down the missing daughter.


Indiewire has partnered with Time Warner Cable Movies On Demand to kick off Indie Film Month. Enjoy exceptionally creative and uniquely entertaining new Indie releases ("Under the Skin," "The Congress," "The Trip to Italy," and more) along with classic, Throwback 
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