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Bruce Willis & Fred Armisen Hug for Honda Super Bowl Commercial 2014 (Video)

Bruce Willis & Fred Armisen Hug for Honda Super Bowl Commercial 2014 (Video)

Bruce Willis gets a big ol’ hug from comedian Fred Armisen during the Honda television spot, which aired as part of the 2014 Super Bowl Commercials.

The 58-year-old actor starred in a series of commercials for the brand, where he encouraged hugging for #hugfest.

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He even made some spots rooting for the Seahawks and the Broncos! There’s another commercial where Bruce hugs an adorable puppy. Looks like Bruce got in some great hugging time for Honda!

Bruce Willis & Fred Armisen Hug for Honda Super Bowl Commercial 2014

Click inside to check out all of Bruce Willis‘ Honda television spots promoting #hugfest inside…

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  • Lalique

    SUPER commercial! Love Bruce, Love Fred, LOVE LOVE LOVE safety!

  • csrl

    Ugly man! Yuck! His crazy chick can’t satisfy him! Huh… Retired! Another crazy action to show himself to the world!Greedy man, making more money.

  • Ania

    Someone should inform Bruce Willis that I hug my 18 year old daughter with a feeling that I might not see her again. You see, she drives a 2006 Acura MDX. We found out recently that the transmission is not functioning correctly and may cause the car to halt in traffic. This is a HUGE SAFETY ISSUE and Honda is NOT WILLING to fix it. I guess not enough people have died or were seriously inured. It’s much easier to spend money on commercials than on a quality production.
    So, Mr. Willis should know who he represents.


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