Moonlighting, Cybill Shepherd, Bruce Willis


If Bruce Willis can do another Die Hard movie, we think he can reunite with Cybill Shepherd for a Moonlighting flick.

"I want it," Shepard told me at Elle's Women in Hollywood event. "Invite [show creator] Glenn Gordon Caron and tell Bruce Willis! I'm ready."

Moonlighting, which ran on ABC for five seasons until March 1989, was a dramedy about two private detectives, David Addison Jr. (Willis) and Maddie Hayes (Shepherd). The series made Willis a household name and helped revitalize Shepherd's career.

Cybill Shepherd, ELLE's 20th Annual Women In Hollywood Celebration

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Allyce Beasley costarred as their loyal receptionist. Guests stars included Orson Welles (Yes, Orson Welles!), Tim Robbins, Whoopi Goldberg, Demi Moore (she was Willlis' wife at the time), Rita Wilson, Ray Charles, Pierce Brosnan and Jennifer Tilly.

"I'm on board," Sheperd said of making a movie.

Shepherd was at the annual Elle event to present the L'Oreal Paris Legend Award to Eva Marie Saint, the acting icon who played her mom for three seasons on Moonlighting.

Bruce Willis, Hollywood Film Awards

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Now we want to hear from you. Do you think they should make a Moonlighting movie? Leave your comments below.

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