Kevin Smith, who directed Bruce Willis in Cop Out, says the veteran actor was a pain to work with. During an interview on the popular WTF with Marc Maron podcast, he said he was a big fan until he worked with Willis. ‘It was difficult. I’ve never been involved in a situation like that where one component is not in the box at all. It was f*****g soul crushing,’ Smith revealed. He went on to say that not only was Willis a pain on-set, he refused to sit for promotional photos for the movie’s poster. “I mean, a lot of people are gonna be like, ‘Oh, you’re just trying to blame the movie on him.’ I had no f*****g help from this dude whatsoever.” However, Smith had nothing but praise for Willis’ co-star: “He’s a f*****g dream. Tracy Morgan, I would lay down in traffic for. Were it not for Tracy, I might’ve killed myself or someone else in the making of that movie.” Cop Out opened last February to poor reviews and grossed just $44 million dollars at the North American box office. Watch Tribute’s exclusive Cop Out interview with Bruce and Tracy by clicking here.