Bruce Willis hears boos from Phillies fans after one-hopping first pitch

Philadelphia Phillies fans let Bruce Willis hear it after the “Die Hard” actor threw a bad first pitch before Wednesday’s 5-2 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers.

Willis, who was decked out in Phillies pinstripes, stood in front of the mound and attempted to throw a strike directly to home plate. However, he one-hopped the pitch to Phillies ace Aaron Nola.

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He immediately heard boos from the Citizens Bank Ballpark crowd.

Willis, who joined the likes of 50 Cent and Mariah Carey in all-time bad first pitches, stepped into the batting cage prior to the throw. He used outfielder Nick Williams’ bat. He conceded that he'd rather take a shot at hitting pitches than throwing them.

“I just like to hit the ball,” Willis said. “I just like the noise. I grew up with the Phillies.”

The 64-year-old movie star also chatted with manager Gabe Kapler and first baseman Rhys Hopkins. Kapler debated reporters over whether “Die Hard” was a Christmas movie.

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“I maintain, not a Christmas movie,” he said. “Aren't most Christmas movies centered around the celebration of Christmas in some way or another?”

Willis would agree with the second-year manager. In July, the actor ended the debate during his Comedy Central roast, saying the movie was in no way a Christmas movie.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.