Willis, 58, talked about how he is constantly surrounded by women at a recent New York press conference for his new action comedy "RED 2," which co-stars Mary-Louise Parker, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Helen Mirren.
"I change diapers. That's very humbling, changing diapers. I'm happy to be doing it. It's just me. It's one guy and about 30 women in the house, so I don't win very many arguments and we don't really have any arguments and nobody gets mad if you have to kiss someone every once in a while. I say, 'Look, it's right in the script,'" quipped Willis, who has a 1-year-old daughter with Heming and three adult daughters with his ex-wife Demi Moore.
The star of the "Die Hard" film franchise, as well as "Pulp Fiction," "Armageddon," "Sin City," "Moonrise Kingdom" and "The Expendables 2," said he likes the variety of the roles he is offered and isn't pining for any particular project that seems out of his reach.
"I think I'm very fortunate and I get asked to do a lot of different kinds of things and some of them include weapons, some of them include jokes. Some of them include from time to time I get to make out with women that I'm not married to. How often does that happen? I get to kiss two women in this film, which I seldom get to do in some of my other work, so I get to kiss girls," Willis said of "RED 2." "My character is so befuddled. I like to play befuddled characters that don't know what's going on and are a little behind the chain of information. I always have fun working and goofing around. That's what it feels like. I try not to take it too seriously."