Bruce Willis not suing Apple over iTunes inheritance, says wife Emma
According to Bruce Willis' wife Emma, the "Die Hard" actor is not planning to sue Apple over his iTunes inheritance.
"It's not a true story," Emma Heming-Willis Tweeted on September 3, debunking reports that Willis was worried about how he would be able to pass down his vast music collection.
The UK's Daily Mail first published the report, which it attributed to The Sunday Times. In the story, the newspaper noted that iTunes terms and conditions states that music bought on iTunes cannot be passed on to others.
The Daily Mail claimed that Willis has spent thousands downloading music on "many, many iPods" and was interested in leaving the collection to his three daughters with Demi Moore - Rumer, Scout and Tallulah.
Willis himself has not commented on the reports, which brought awareness to what happens to ones music and movie downloads post-mortem. Several reports suggest that Apple will most likely need to clarify the policies as the majority of many people's music collections become digital.
Willis married Heming-Willis, a 33-year-old model and designer from Malta, married the actor in 2009. The pair welcomed their first daughter together, Mabel, on April 1, 2012.
Willis is currently in Belgrade, Serbia, where the actor is filming "A Good Day to Die Hard," the fifth film in the "Die Hard" action series that made him famous. It is set for release on February 14 - Valentine's Day - in 2013.
The 57-year-old actor will next appear in the Sci-Fi flick, "Looper," which stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, as a younger version of Willis' time-traveling character.
Watch the trailer for "Looper," which is slated for release on September 28, 2012, below.