The actor wants to pass on his downloads library to his daughters after his death

Hollywood actor Bruce Willis is reportedly preparing to take Apple to court over the rights to his iTunes collection.

Willis apparently wants to leave his ‘huge’ collection of digital music to his three daughters after he dies, but according to Apple’s terms and conditions of sale, users actually only ‘borrow’ the music they buy on iTunes, meaning that they no longer own them upon their death.

The Sun reports that the actor has now seen advisors in order to set up a trust to hold his digital music collection, so there is more hope that it can be passed on to Rumer, Scout and Tallulah Willis when he dies.

Willis is backing other legal moves which will increase the rights of music downloaders.

Meanwhile, Apple are currently staging the iTunes Festival in London at the Roundhouse venue.

Tickets for each gig are given away from the event’s official website. See for full details.

The line-up for the iTunes Festival is as follows:

Olly Murs, The Milk (September 3)
Plan B, Delilah, Ryan Keen (4)
Emeli Sande, Bastille, Gabrielle Aplin (5)
JLS, Conor Maynard (6)
Elbow, Bat For Lashes (7)
Jack White, Band Of Horses (8)
Deadmau5, Foreign Beggars (9)
Norah Jones, Beth Orton (10)
The Killers, Jake Bugg (11)
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, The Soundtrack Of Our Lives (12)
Pink, Walk The Moon (13)
Labrinth, Josh Kumra (14)
David Guetta, Calvin Harris (15)
Rebecca Ferguson (16)
Example, DJ Fresh, Hadouken! (17)
Andrea Bocelli, Laura Wright, CARisMA (18)
Matchbox Twenty, OneRepublic (19)
One Direction, Angel (20)
Jessie J, Lonsdale Boys Club (21)
Biffy Clyro, Frightened Rabbit (22)
Robert Glasper, Jose James (23)
Mumford & Sons, Willy Mason (24)
Lana Del Rey (25)
Ellie Goulding, Haim (26)
Alicia Keys (28)
Hot Chip (29)
Muse (30)