AceShowbiz - Bruce Willis' daughter Tallulah Willis paid homage to her father with her Halloween costume. The 25-year-old dressed as Milla Jovovich's character Leeloo Minai Lekatariba-Laminai-Tchai Ekbat de Sebat in 1997's movie "The Fifth Element" starring her father.
The daughter of Bruce and his ex-wife Demi Moore, who was just three years old when the film was released in theaters, wore a very revealing white strappy bodysuit that replicated the costume worn by Jovovich's character in the Luc Besson-directed sci-fi pic. She completed her transformation with orange short bob wig, similar to Leeloo's hairstyle.
Tallulah even recreated a scene in the movie, standing with her back pressed against a concrete wall and her arms outstretched. Taking to her Instagram page to share a photo of her in the "Fifth Element" costume, she captioned it with "Seno Akta Gamat," a phrase from Leeloo's alien language in the film.
In "The Fifth Element", Bruce plays a taxi driver who joins forces with Jovovich's Leeloo to find four mystical stones to save Earth from a cosmic entity. The movie was a financial success despite polarizing critics, earning more than $263 million at the box office on a $90 million budget. It has since become a cult classic.
Her Halloween costume aside, Tallulah recently revealed her suicidal thoughts. The third and youngest daughter of Bruce and Demi together shared on her Instagram account along with a video of her silly dancing in a pink bikini, "When I filmed this video I remember everyone telling me over and over how much they wished they had my energy, my freeness, a ownership of self. When this video was filmed I was 3 months into the deepest suicidal hole I had ever been in. We are not what we show."
She continued opening up about her mental health issue, "I'm not ready to share my story yet, but I'm with you, I see you, I am you, and I love you. Pain is pain. it's different and enters each of our lives through a myriad of ways, but each electric stab or dull ache is real. The kind of pain that you can't see, the pain that lives in the hallow space behind your throat."
"Im scared of my brain and the capacity for pain it has and will continue to bear. My fight is daily and for the duration of my life and each day I choose to find the glowed moments, a thefted giggle, or true peaceful pause, I know I was brave that day," she added, before urging others with similar issues to "Try try TRY to be sweet to yourself, find every little bean of love you can and absorb it."