Bruce Willis has launched an astonishing attack on director Michael Bay, vowing never to work with him again. The actor fell out with Bay on the set of 1998 film Armageddon and has criticised his technique and personal skills on movie website Aintitcoolnews.com. He writes, "Few people will work with him now, and I know I will never work with him again. "It was a great crew, but a screaming director does not make for a pleasant set experience. But look, we were all big boys, and we got through it. "A little too MTV-camera cutty for my taste, but the shots of meteors crashing into the WTC (World Trade Center) was pretty prescient. Billy Bob was under-used for my taste, the spacesuits continually malfunctioned and one nite (sic), Ben Affleck was seen bashing the front glass on his helmet with a rock because he couldn't breathe. "I am a fan and a friend of Liv Tyler, and thought she brought some fun to the movie. And it made a s**tload of money for Disney. Jerry Bruckheimer is a great producer, and I would work with him again anytime."