Eight years after the release of the original, the sequel to 'Sin City' is officially on the way and casting big names left and right. Since much of 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' will take place prior to the first, that means we'll see the return of many characters who have no reason to still be breathing...including Bruce Willis' Detective Hartigan.
A few days ago, we heard the delightful news that 'A Good Day to Die Hard' would receive an R-rating, which automatically gives it a leg up on the bloodless, "Yippe ki-yay, motherf****r"-less 'Live Free or Die Hard.' For all we know, the fifth adventure of John McClane and his increasingly troubled family will be terrible, but at least the character will actually be able to, you know, say his catchphrase.
The latest TV spot for the film seems to wear the R-rating as a badge of honor. Check it out below.
With the new year right around the corner, it's time to get excited about the films of 2013, and though the February release date suggests lowering expectations, we're at least interested in seeing 'A Good Day to Die Hard,' perhaps because there's no way it will be as generic as the last one. Now there's a TV spot and it looks like the movie could be fun.
The unstoppable John McClane returns in 'A Good Day to Die Hard', the fifth entry in the virile franchise, in just two short months, so we can expect the marketing blitz to go full bore right about now. Today we've got a new featurette and stills from the action extravaganza, courtesy of Empire.
'Die Hard 5' (dubbed 'A Good Day to Die Hard') will be upon us sooner than you think, which means it's time to break out more teasers and footage. Aside from the first two trailers, the poster that made the rounds a while back was a bit of a let down. At the time, we were up for anything to get hyped over, but now we need something with a bit more substance. Bring in the new 'Die Hard 5' poster!
The G.I. Joes are not only fighting their mortal enemy Cobra; they are forced to contend with threats from within the government that jeopardize their very existence.