I'm afraid Bruce is off the list so is Arnold and Sly.
For shame, Gaf:
HOLLYWOOD action man Bruce Willis is the latest movie "tough guy" to cancel a trip to Europe - because he's too scared to fly. The star, who confounded evil terrorists in his Die Hard films, was due to jet to Britain for the premiere of his new movie at the London Film Festival later this month.
But after his children pleaded with him to stay in America, the star told festival organisers he wasn't going anywhere.
The 46-year-old actor hasn't officially explained why he won't travel to Britain. His Los Angeles agent Paul Bloch issued a terse statement saying: "Due to family commitments, Bruce Willis is no longer able to attend the 45th Regus London Film Festival."
Willis joins the ranks of film heroes including Terminator star Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sly "Rambo" Stallone who have refused to fly abroad after terrorist strikes.
As well as missing the first night of his movie Bandits, Willis has cancelled an appearance on the BBC's Michael Parkinson chat show.