Bruce Willis recently celebrated the 34th anniversary of the movie that launched him to action hero fame, "Die Hard."

In an Instagram post shared by his wife Emma Heming on Friday, Willis is seen atop his "Die Hard" character John McClane's old stomping grounds: Nakatomi Tower.

The first "Die Hard" film -- which was released July 22, 1988 -- was set on, in, and around what in real life is the high-rise Fox Plaza office building in Los Angeles, at the time a smart, budget-friendly choice for the producers of the 20th Century Fox film.

Heming paired the footage on Friday with a montage of the film, set to Beethoven's "Ode to Joy," as heard in the movie.

"Nakatomi Plaza 34 years later," she captioned the post, along with the hashtag #HappyMovieAnniversary.

Willis has kept a low profile since it was revealed in March he'd been diagnosed with aphasia and was retiring from acting.

"To Bruce's amazing supporters, as a family we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing some health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is impacting his cognitive abilities," Heming, Willis' daughters and his ex-wife Demi Moore wrote in a joint statement at the time. "As a result of this and with much consideration Bruce is stepping away from the career that has meant so much to him."

"This is a really challenging time for our family," they added, "and we are so appreciative of your continued love, compassion and support, We are moving through this as a strong family unit, and wanted to bring his fans in because we know how much he means to you, as you do to him."