'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!
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If you're like us, you watched the new trailer for 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation,' immediately noticed that awesome music, and now you're wondering what song it is. Good news! We've got the answer.
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.
Bruce Willis made himself a household name as the ass-kicking John McClane in 1988's 'Die Hard,' and he's been a presence on the big screen ever since. In today's Way Back When, we take you back to a time before you knew Bruce Willis' face.
We're nearly twenty five years removed from the release of the first 'Die Hard' movie, and 'A Good Day to Die Hard' release coincides with the first film's silver anniversary. And though the connective tissue may be strained, we're down for a Bruce Willis action fest, so this featurette for the new film gets us a little excited.
Hey guys, remember when 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' was set to come out this summer, but then it was pushed back to next March? Here's a reminder in the form of a brand new international trailer with plenty of fresh footage to get you excited all over again.
The new 'Die Hard 5' trailer is here (just moments after the new poster was revealed) and we finally get to meet John McClane's son, Jack. So does 'A Good Day to Die Hard' look like a chip off the old block?
The 'Die Hard 5' poster is here and we know that not from the title of the film -'A Good Day to Die Hard' - which is conspicuously absent but from the giant close up of Bruce Willis and his trademark catchphrase.
After all this time thinking that Rian Johnson's 'Looper' was an original concept, it turns out we were wrong. The sci-fi film featuring Joseph Gordon-Levitt tasked with killing his future self, played by Bruce Willis, has been done before...and with the same actors. In fact, footage has been posted to YouTube that proves these two high-profile actors teamed up years ago and starred in a film with the exact same concept as 'Looper.'
'Die Hard 5' ('A Good Day to Die Hard' if you must) introduced itself to the world with the first image from the movie and today we get the first 'Die Hard 5' trailer. Yup, John McClane is back.