Bruce Willis wishes he'd never made "about a dozen" of his films.
The 'Red' actor - who has starred in over 50 Hollywood movies - admits he has a few regrets about his career, and would rather not have taken on some of the roles which have made him famous.
About a dozen. I'd love to strike them off the list.
When asked if he regretted any of his films, he replied: "About a dozen. I'd love to strike them off the list."
Despite having a few reservations about some of his movies, the 55-year-old action hero - who is about to start filming a fifth 'Die Hard' film - isn't thinking about retirement, and thinks he has a few more moments of glory left before he plans to let another A-list hardman take his place.
He added to the Daily Record newspaper: "I think I could save the world five or six more times. Then I'm going to hand it over to Jason Statham, but right now I'm having a ball."
Aside from Jason - who stars alongside him in 'The Expendables' and has taken on similar roles to Bruce in 'The Transporter' and 'Crank' - the actor is also a huge fan of new James Bond Daniel Craig.
He said: "I really like Daniel and I like his work. He got me away from all the old Bonds - apart from Sean Connery.
"So it's not as if they aren't looking for new young action stars and tough guys - but it's a tough process."
'RED' is in UK cinemas from Friday (22.10.10).