Bruce Willis has marked on to make three more movies with MoviePass Films. As indicated by Deadline, the arrangement was finessed through Willis’ relationship to the CEOs.

MoviePass Films started its life as Emmett/Furla Films in 1998, named after its authors Randall Emmett and George Furla. The organization has made many movies with Willis, including 16 Blocks and Lay the Favorite. MoviePass acquired a possession stake in the organization earlier this year.

“We consider Bruce a part of the MoviePass family at this point. Bruce is not only one of the biggest worldwide movie stars but is also a force to be reckoned with, and we look forward to the future with him,” Emmett said of the deal.

Willis was similarly cheerful to prop their relationship up.

“After 15 years, I look forward to continuing to work with Randall and George in the coming year,” he said.

The first film in the arrangement, Trauma Center, is planned to start shooting in February.

MoviePass Films parent organization has spent the back portion of 2018 dealing with bad press. The organization is currently under investigation for purportedly deceiving investors and they won back no altruism when they revealed another, progressively costly and interminably increasingly muddled valuing plan to supplant the one that left them discharging cash. This comes after they welched on their underlying guarantee of 1 motion picture for each day.