Bruce Willis is no longer interested in getting cold to film a movie and will only work on projects if there are ''great-looking women'' on the set.
The 'Red' actor - who was formerly married to Demi Moore - is no longer interested in starring in big-action movies which require him to travel to remote locations because standing in snow makes him want to "burst into tears" and he now only wants to work on easier projects.
Asked what he will no longer do, he said: "No snow, no boats, no jungles, no desert. Just cake, all the time. And tuxedos. And great-looking women.
"When you have to stand around for snow for weeks at a time and you get cold, it's all I could do not to burst into tears. I am close to my emotions when it comes to cold weather."
Despite now being 55, Bruce has no plans to retire because he still feels like he is in his 20s.
He told the Metro newspaper: "In the life going on in my head, I feel like I'm only about 28 years old.
"I'm always surprised when I'm reminded I'm actually 55 years old. To think that some day I'll not be able to do the things I can still do now. I don't think about retirement."