'A Good Day to Die Hard' Poster with Flames, Sparks, McClane & Son

December 14, 2012
Source: EW

A Good Day to Die Hard

If you haven't been getting enough flames and sparks in your movie posters lately, the father and son duo of John and Jack McClane has arrived with Bruce Willis and Jai Courtney armed and smirking, presumably at off-screen bad guys, on the new poster for A Good Day to Die Hard. It's nothing special, and that red text with all that orange background is kind of hideous, but whatever. It's clear this poster is just a mere reminder that this movie exists and isn't needed to sell the movie hard. The title with Bruce Willis' face does that on its own. Also, if you look closely, the sequel is getting an IMAX release. Look!

Here's the first poster for Skip Woods' A Good Day to Die Hard from EW:

A Good Day to Die Hard - First Poster

A Good Day to Die Hard is the fifth installment in the long running Die Hard franchise following Bruce Willis as Detective John McClane. John Moore (Max Payne, Behind Enemy Lines) directs the sequel written by Skip Woods (The A-Team, X-Men Origins: Wolverine). This time McClane finds himself in Russia where nothing is as it seems and he must team up with his estranged son (Jai Courtney) in order to stay alive in Moscow and keep the world safe for democracy. Cole Hauser, Sebastian Koch, Yulia Snigir and more star. A Good Day to Die Hard hits theaters for an explosive Valentine's Day on February 14th. Planning to see it?

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I don't care what anyone says, I have fully enjoyed every single Die Hard film immensely and I will be there on opening night for this one.

Matt Peloquin on Dec 14, 2012


I hope the movie is better than this poster

Tester on Dec 14, 2012


Wonder how long it takes Fox to change the poster in light of the event that took place in Connecticut.

Luke Cavanagh on Dec 14, 2012


Well I guess in this year fashion for poster is: a bit of blurriness, some sparkles of some sort, weapons, and main characters. But I just feel that this is missing a bit of debris.

Mathieu Godin on Dec 14, 2012


It's got me hard. Hmmmmm. Oh yeah. Eh?

Carpola on Dec 14, 2012


I'm dying to see this (no pun 🙂 but I'm afraid they're trying to make the son the link to continue the series once Bruce Willis is done, I just had this hunch looking at the poster. I hope they never substitute Willis in the franchise, because nobody could do him justice. Not even close.

Davide Coppola on Dec 14, 2012


I just hope this one's better than the last.

grimjob on Dec 14, 2012


Is this PG-13?

castingcouch on Dec 15, 2012


God! no please!

Bob on Dec 15, 2012


I actually think it makes the movie look fun, but what is important is an R rating.

Jesse Bangerter on Dec 15, 2012


I feel like this, the red font in particular, makes it look like a poster for a 90's action movie. Which is exactly what I want to see in a Die Hard movie. Stoked

prantsdagger on Dec 18, 2012

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