Watch: Short TV Trailer for Fox's Badass 5-Movie 'Die Hard' Marathon
"We are just up to our neck in terrorists again!" Back-to-back-to-back! One epic marathon! Last week we announced that there would be a 5-movie back-to-back marathon of the Die Hard series, culminating in the midnight opening of the fifth film in the series, A Good Day to Die Hard, out this Valentine's Day (in February). Details on exact theaters and pricing info are still sketchy, but Fox has unleashed a 30-second TV trailer for the marathon, showing footage from all five movies (spanning nearly 25 years) with some epicly fitting voiceover to accompany it all. So badass! I'm considering hitting this marathon, it should be a blast.
Here's the first official 30-second TV trailer for Fox's Die Hard marathon, posted on YouTube:
Information about the event is currently sparse considering it was just announced today, but it sounds like a coordinated promo with a specific movie theater chains (likely AMC and Regal to start). Full details should be available from Fox soon, but the marathon will include the original 1988's Die Hard, 1990's Die Hard 2: Die Harder, 1995's Die Hard with a Vengeance, 2007's Live Free or Die Hard and the new one, 2013's A Good Day to Die Hard. All of them star Bruce Willis as badass hero John McClane. Watch the latest explosive trailer for John Moore's A Good Day to Die Hard here if you haven't yet. Who is attending?!
Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
Jim on Jan 23, 2013
only in theaters? ONLY IN MY LIVING ROOM!
Kento on Jan 23, 2013
Very cool but I really wish that they would have these marathons during a time when those who actually have a life and work could go and see them.
Phillip on Jan 23, 2013
My friend's birthday is February 14. He and I are big fans of Bruce and John McClaine. Will try to take him to this as a birthday present.
Moviefan2247 on Jan 23, 2013
I'd love to see the original Die Hard on a big screen again. And maybe Die Harder. But I never liked any of the recent sequels.
castingcouch on Jan 31, 2013
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