A Good Day To Die Hard (2013)
A Good Day To Die Hard SynopsisWhen John McClane's son Jack gets into trouble while in Russia, McClane travels to Moscow to help him out, only to get caught up in a terrorist plot involving the circumstances behind his son's arrest.
A Good Day To Die Hard Release Date
In Theaters February 14, 2013
A Good Day To Die Hard Credits
Starring: Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Cole Hauser, Amaury Nolasco, Yuliya Snigir and Megalyn Echikunwoke
Written by: Skip Woods
Directed by: John Moore
Produced by: Michael Fottrell and Alex Young
MPAA Rating: [ R ]
Distributor: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
External Info: A Good Day To Die Hard Official Website
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Die Hard Is Getting A Prequel, Get The Details
Deadline notes that Len Wiseman’s take on John McClane did very well at the box office, but Live Free was coming off of Die Hard with a Vengeance, which some consider the best of the sequels. Obviously this is the very early stage of development, but at least we know that Fox is interested in getting back into the Die Hard game. Are you willing to follow along?
by Sean O'Connell October 15, 2015 comments
A Good Day To Die Hard Gets A June Blu-ray And DVD Release
It’s difficult to quit a cash cow character like McClane, which brings us to A Good Day To Die Hard, the fifth installment in the long-running franchise, which will be back to a hard-R format when A Good Day To Die Hard hits Blu-ray and DVD on June 4.
by Jessica Rawden March 31, 2013 comments
Holiday Weekend Box Office: Presidents Day A Good Day To Die Hard
Maybe it's about time the Die Hard films started looking for a good day to die. Actually, Presidents Day 2013 might be a good choice. The fifth entry in the franchise might have topped the box office this weekend, but given the competition that's not saying much.
by Scott Gwin February 18, 2013 comments
Operation Kino 101 Review: Is It Ever A Good Day To Die Hard?
Yippee-ki-yay, Mother Russia. For the review segment of this week's Operation Kino we're talking about A Good Day to Die Hard, with special guest Matt Singer of Indiewire's Criticwire blog. We talk about where the movie stands among all the previous Die Hard movies
by Operation Kino February 15, 2013 comments
A Good Day To Die Hard Expected To Top This Weekend's Box Office
Critics are being absolutely unmerciful towards the latest installment of the Die Hard franchise, John Moore's A Good Day To Die Hard, but it seems that once again audiences couldn't care less. The midnight numbers for the new action flick are out, and it looks as though the movie is going to have a pretty good Valentine's Day weekend.
by Eric Eisenberg February 15, 2013 comments
Should We Hope For Or Against A Die Hard 6?
In his review, Sean called it "silly, incoherent and cartoonish to a fault." For her part, Kristy's disappointment was so crushing that she had a meltdown only GIFs could properly depict. Yet when it comes to whether we should hope for a Die Hard 6, they found themselves ready to spar in a Great Debate.
by Kristy Puchko and Sean O'Connell February 14, 2013 comments
My Feelings Watching A Good Day To Die Hard, In GIF Form
I was so excited for the fifth installment of the Die Hard franchise that I pre-offered to pen a piece on why it is the second best of the series, sight unseen. But then I saw it. And...plans changed. I had so many feelings watching the latest adventure of John McClane that there was really only one way to aptly unfold them. And so I present my GIF diary.
by Kristy Puchko February 14, 2013 comments
Chocolate John McClane Sweetens Up Japanese Die Hard Promotion
If you want to get something promoted in Japan, forget about posters and life-sized cardboard cutouts. What’s the best way you can think of to promote A Good Day to Die Hard? Putting the film’s image on an oily sleeveless wife beater? Releasing a bald plush doll that says “Yippee kay-yay, motherfucker?” (Since the fifth film reverts back to its R-rating and all.) How about just getting Bruce Willis to show up and say a few words about the film?
by Nick Venable February 14, 2013 comments
A Good Day To Die Hard Getting Crushed By Critics
The Die Hard franchise has always had a checkered past with critics. The first movie is just about as universally beloved as action movies get, but the three sequels that have come out since have always been cause for great debate among film fans. But while all of the movies have their detractors, they all have an almost equal number of supporters. Apparently that will not be the case with A Good Day To Die Hard.
by Eric Eisenberg February 14, 2013 comments
Get Excited For A Good Day To Die Hard With Key And Peele
You know who has no trouble getting excited for the new Bruce Willis movie? Key and Peele. Well, more specifically the valet characters that Key and Peele-- one of the most underrated comedy duos working today-- play occasionally. Check out their excitement for all the Die Hard's, starring Urkel's Dad and J.J.'s Dad and Timothy Elephant, in this video below
by Katey Rich February 12, 2013 comments
This Rotten Week: Predicting A Good Day to Die Hard, Beautiful Creatures, Safe Haven And More Reviews
Jam packed slate of movies this week. There’s a little something for everyone. We’ve got a Nicholas Sparks for the sappy. Animated for the kids. Another supernatural romance for the teeny-bopper crowd and John McClane for all the true blue, red-blooded Americans out there
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Are Sylvester Stallone And Arnold Schwarzenegger's Careers Over?
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by Sean O'Connell February 4, 2013 comments
Trouble Finds John McClane In Extended A Good Day To Die Hard Featurette
John McClane doesn't go looking for trouble - trouble just has a way of finding John McClane. Bruce Willis' most iconic character has had to deal with and incredible number of screwed up and impossibly dangerous situations over the years, from running across broken glass barefoot to disabling a bomb with two jugs of water. So it's just a logical step that the latest installment of the Die Hard franchise wouldn't not just take McClane to Russia...
by Eric Eisenberg January 31, 2013 comments
Bruce Willis Shoots Up A Ballroom In Latest Good Day To Die Hard Clip
A Good Day to Die Hard reunites McClane with his son, Jack (Jai Courtney) for a mission in Moscow. Young McClane is a covert operative, with “Papa” John arriving in Mother Russia to bail his son out of trouble and possibly prevent a nuclear war between Russia and the rest of the world.
by Sean O'Connell January 31, 2013 comments
A Good Day To Die Hard Featurette Counts How Many Cars McClane Can Wreck
Brace yourself for a movie-marketing tie-in that walks the razor-thin line between movie coverage and blatant commercial propaganda. Mercedes-Benz no doubt paid a lot of money to see their cars get banged around in the latest Die Hard movie, titled A Good Day to Die Hard.
by Sean O'Connell January 25, 2013 comments
Die Hard Image Shows McClane Boys Walking Away From Disaster
What happened to that guy who said he’d “never go up in a tall building again” after the rooftop explosion in the original film? I guess trouble just keeps finding this now-superhero. A new image has landed, and it seems to show the aftermath of the crashing-helicopter sequence. Peep it right here.
by Sean O'Connell January 16, 2013 comments
A Good Day To Die Hard Will Be Rated R
Live Free or Die Hard was a film with many, many problems, but one thing that certainly didn't help was the rating. Unlike every other film in the series, the fourth installment was rated PG-13. For most franchises this wouldn't be a big deal, but Die Hard is one sold on the catch phrase," Yipee-kay Yay, Motherfucker."
by Eric Eisenberg January 11, 2013 comments
A Good Day To Die Hard Trailer Goes Looking For Trouble
No matter how you decide to spend the sappiest and most commercialized holiday this side of Christmas, everyone needs a break from flowers and hearts on Valentine's Day-- and this year, John McClane is coming to rescue you. Bruce Willis is back in character as the New York City cop constantly wandering into trouble in A Good Day To Die Hard
by Katey Rich January 3, 2013 comments
New Good Day To Die Hard TV Spot Has John McClane Offering A Hug
Visiting the movie theater earlier this week for a Christmas showing of Django Unchained, it was impossible not to notice the giant poster with Bruce Willis' face behind the words "Yippee Ki-Yay Mother Russia." John McClane will be back in theaters this February for some Moscow shenanigans. We shared a new TV spot for A Good Day to Die Hard yesterday and today brings another one, which gives a little more attention to John McClane's son Jack, played by Spartacus' Jai Courtney.
by Kelly West December 27, 2012 comments
A Good Day To Die Hard TV Spot Has John McClane Bringing Destruction To Russia
Like many movie fans, I closed out my Christmas with a screening of the legendary action film Die Hard. Set during the holiday season, Bruce Willis kicking German terrorist ass has long been a tradition for me and I'm always excited for the opportunity. Sadly the series hasn't been set during Christmas since Die Hard 2: Die Harder.
by Eric Eisenberg December 26, 2012 comments
Bruce Willis Lets Jai Courtney Sneak Onto Latest Good Day To Die Hard Poster
Like most of the promotional material leading up to this Die Hard film, this new poster doesn’t really tell us anything new about the sequel beyond the fact that Willis has agreed top resume his iconic role for another story, and things are going to get rough.
by Sean O'Connell December 14, 2012 comments
A Good Day To Die Hard Featurette Goes Behind The Scenes
The fifth installment of this frenetic franchise is a family affair. John McClane travels to Russia, looking to help out his estranged son Jack (Jai Courtney). But when he discovers his boy is a CIA operative working to stop a hijacking of nuclear arms, the two team up to save the day and sparks and bullets fly!
by Kristy Puchko December 3, 2012 comments
Die Hard Sequel Gets New Poster, Better International Trailer
The tagline’s so obvious, you probably would have been annoyed with 20th Century Fox’s marketing department if they’d overlooked it (or chose to go in a different direction). Uber-cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) returns for a fifth Die Hard movie, this time set in Moscow. And so, as we see on the first official poster, we get the slogan, “Yippee Ki-Ya, Mother Russia.”
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A Good Day To Die Hard Teaser Trailer: Ode To Joy
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Bruce Willis Stares Down Terrorists In New Good Day To Die Hard Photo
We’ve been having such a good time dissecting Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s portrayal of a time-traveling assassin that we forgot he has another chapter of his signature series -- Die Hard -- on the horizon. Hopefully this new photo from A Good Day to Die Hard will get us right back on track.
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A Good Day To Die Hard Brings Back Another Familiar Face
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A Good Day To Die Hard Will Cut Down On The Humor
A big part of what makes John McClane such a great character is the fact that he's always in the wrong place at the wrong time and he's perpetually upset about it. The early films have some of the best action movie one-liners of all time, and even the character's most famous line - "Yippee-Kay Yay, Mother fucker!" - was originally said as a quip in response to being a "cowboy."
by Eric Eisenberg July 26, 2012 comments
Bruce Willis Gets Bloodied In A Good Day To Die Hard Behind-The-Scenes Video
What's shown? Well, two orange trucks clear a roadway that’s later used for what looks like a car chase; we get shots of Willis out of the makeup chair, where he has been severely bloodied and bruised; and we see an explosion scene through the eye’s of the director’s monitor, followed by footage of Jai Courtney (playing Willis’ son, Jack McClane), who’s also bloody and badly beaten.
by Sean O'Connell June 25, 2012 comments
Model Anne Vyalitsyna To Make Her Acting Debut In A Good Day To Die Hard
ussian-born model Anne Vyalitsyna has landed her first acting gig and is set to appear alongside Bruce Willis in A Good Day to Die Hard, the fourth sequel in the Die Hard franchise. The movie sees John McClane being forced to fly to Russia in order to help his imprisoned son, Jack, get out of jail. While John is successful in that task, while overseas he discovers a terrorist plot and teams with Jack to stop the threat.
by Eric Eisenberg May 31, 2012 comments
Two More Join Bruce Willis In A Good Day To Die Hard
Based on a script by Skip Woods (X-Men Origins: Wolverine) and directed by John Moore (Max Payne, Flight of the Phoenix), A Good Day To Die Hard sees our seemingly-invincible hero travel to Russia in order to get his son out of prison. While there, however, McClane uncovers a terrorist plot and, along with his son, he works to stop it before it's too late.
by Eric Eisenberg May 14, 2012 comments
A Good Day To Die Hard Adds Cole Hauser In Supporting, Villainous Role
A Good Day To Die Hard is shooting in Russia, with John Moore behind the camera, marking his first directorial effort since 2008's dreadful, dull Max Payne. It's unclear just how much the nation is clamoring for another Die Hard movie, especially after 2007's Live Free or Die Hard
by Katey Rich May 8, 2012 comments
A Good Day To Die Hard Adds Two Villains
Sebastian Koch and Yulia Snigir have signed on to play villains in A Good Day To Die Hard. Koch, who was born in Germany, has had a long career in German cinema, but is likely best known to American audiences for his role in the Oscar winning The Lives of Others. Snigir, on the other hand, is a relative newcomer, as she only started acting in 2006. The characters they will be playing are named Komorov and Irina.
by Eric Eisenberg April 4, 2012 comments
First Look At A Good Day To Die Hard's John And Jack McClane
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by Kelly West February 23, 2012 comments
Die Hard 5 Brings In Jai Courtney As John McClane Jr.
Skip Woods (The A-Team, X-Men Origins: Wolverine) penned the latest script, which Max Payne director John Moore will helm. The story involves perennial curmudgeon John McClane (Bruce Willis) preventing yet another terrorist threat, this time from behind enemy lines in Russia. According to a plot synopsis, Courtney’s character “is caught up in a daring prison escape of a rogue Russian leader, and father and son must work together to keep each other alive and keep the world safe for democracy.”
by Sean O'Connell February 22, 2012 comments
A Good Day To Die Hard Shortlist Includes Aaron Paul, Liam Hemsworth, James Badge Dale And More
Following the news last month that the fifth installment of the Die Hard franchise, A Good Day To Die Hard, would include an adventure involving both John McClane and his son, a short list of actors appeared online suggesting what 20th Century Fox was looking for in a McClane Jr. According to the initial story, Ben Foster, Paul Dano, Aaron Paul and Milo Ventimiglia were all being looked at for the part.
by Eric Eisenberg November 4, 2011 comments
Ben Foster, Aaron Paul And Paul Dano Being Looked At For A Good Day To Die Hard?
Yesterday brought big news for the Die Hard franchise. In addition to giving the new movie a name (A Good Day To Die Hard) and a release date (February 14, 2013) plot details were revealed involving John McClane's wayward son who manages to get arrested in Moscow, Russia.
by Eric Eisenberg October 13, 2011 comments
Die Hard 5 Gets An Official Title And A Release Date
In addition to each movie in the Die Hard franchise getting a bit more ridiculous as time goes on, the titles have done the same. While it started normal enough with the first two movies - Die Hard and Die Hard 2 - the third movie got a little more creative, going with Die Hard: With a Vengeance.
by Eric Eisenberg October 12, 2011 comments
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