Bruce Willis has said he's chilled out - and he's no longer "hard to be around".
The action hero, 57, recently became a father again, to daughter Mabel, after marrying British-born model Emma Heming, 24 years his junior, who he calls "the boss".
Of his younger self, he told the Daily Mirror: "Back in those days I was a smart-a** and hard to be around."
But he said that his job now "is just trying to make my little baby laugh. She sticks her hand in my face and pulls me over by the ear."
Bruce, who has three grown-up daughters with ex-wife Demi Moore, is starring in a new Die Hard movie, A Good Day To Die Hard.
He told the newspaper: "I have a very warm spot in my heart for Die Hard.
"Just the novelty of being able to play the same character over 25 years and still be asked back is fun.
"It's challenging to have to do a film again and try to compete with myself, which is what I do. I don't feel I compete with other actors, I compete with myself and I try to improve my work every time."