When it comes to the title of “Worst Interviewee,” Jessie Eisenberg now has some serious competition.

Bruce Willis and Mary-Louise Parker were in the London promoting their new film “Red 2” and sat down with Magic 105.4 radio to discuss the flick.But there was just one problem; Bruce was in an awfully grumpy mood and took it out on interviewer Jamie Edwards.

Pretty early into the interview, before the reporter even had a chance, Bruce launched into a “poor me” rant about how much hard work it takes to promote his shitty movies.

 “Has any actor ever told you this Jamie? This part is not acting, what we’re doing right now. You might be but we’re just selling the film now. Sales. The fun part was making the movie.”

Isn’t it awesome when overpaid actors lecture underpaid journalists who are just trying to do their job?

Attempting to be professional, Jamie asked the star how he’d promote the movie, but instead of using that time to talk about his own movie, Bruce decided to imply that doing the interview was making him suicidal.

“I wouldn’t, I’d slash my hooves.”

When asked how to woo a woman, the actor snapped and decided that taking himself too seriously was a much better idea.

“That part is just a line in a movie, you’ve just got to be nice to people if you want to keep them happy…”

When asked if he enjoyed driving in the movie, Bruce revealed that he wanted to drive away from the interview. Yikes!

“I’m thinking about driving right now. I can hardly keep my mind on this interview. I’m thinking about driving somewhere, maybe the M1? You have some great questions here Jamie. Great chat.”