Watch: Bruce Willis in Two TV Spots for 'A Good Day to Die Hard'
Now that the New Year is just a few more days away, you can bet all the greeting card and holiday goodie companies are already getting ready for Valentine's Day. The good news is that even if you don't have a significant other to indulge in the romantic holiday with, you can still enjoy February 14th at the movies with A Good Day to Die Hard. It's the fifth round for Bruce Willis as John McClane, and this time his son Jack (Jai Courtney) has gotten in a little bit of trouble in Russia. Now the first two TV spots have shown up, and while they mostly contain footage from previous trailers, there's some cool new action shots.
Here's the first two TV spots for John Moore's A Good Day to Die Hard, straight from Fox:
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?
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
This just looks like a good time all around!
Guest on Dec 27, 2012
It's a shame the Die Hard sequels (starting with Vengeance) diverged so much from what made the original great. It's obvious that they started as generic action films and then had John McClane shoe-horned in to make them more marketable. I like Vengeance, but 4.0 (a.k.a., Live Free or Die Hard, depending on where you live) was pretty poor. I'll see this one too, but I don't expect to re-watch it every year like I do the original. I wrote a blog post just today about the original Die Hard ( http://www.obviouslynotagolfer.com/2012/12/its-christmas-theo-its-the-time-of-miracles/ ).
Rory Parle on Dec 27, 2012
The original Die Hard never gets old.
castingcouch on Dec 27, 2012
I just watched Die Hard 2 and you're right that they've diverged, but that doesn't mean they're bad films. Die Hard has become a genre of its own and over the years the formula has been tweaked to allow for original stories and growth of character, but I'd really love for it to eventually come full circle and end at Christmas time in a metropolitan high rise before Willis hangs up his Die Hard boots for good.
Matt Peloquin on Dec 28, 2012
Looks like an improvement on the 4th if you ask me, which was just a little too far fetched (what with the jumping on helicopters over bridges and whatnot)
Guy who comments on things on Dec 27, 2012
I know there's not much to see in just 30 seconds but it all seems a bit strangely generic.
Chris on Dec 27, 2012
"John Moore (Max Payne, Behind Enemy Lines) directs the sequel" NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
Cody W on Dec 27, 2012
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