A Good Day To Die Hard Will Be Rated R

By Eric Eisenberg 2013-01-11 22:05:50discussion comments
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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." So when the last part of that line was censored in Live Free or Die Hard audiences around he world let out a collective groan. Fortunately, that won't be the case for A Good Day To Die Hard.

Twentieth Century Fox has confirmed that the latest movie in the Die Hard franchise will be heading to theaters with an R-rating. The move isn't a big surprise when you consider how Bruce Willis felt about the PG-13 rating for the last one. Two months before it was released the star expressed his disappointment in the edit, saying I really wanted this one to live up to the promise of the first one, which I always thought was the only really good one.

A Good Day To Die Hard which will be in theaters on February 14th, is directed by John Moore and based on a screenplay by Skip Woods (X-Men Origins: Wolverine). The story takes John McClane (Willis) to Russia where he runs into his son (Jai Courtney) who is actually a CIA agent trying to stop a terrorist plot against the United States. Head over to our Blend Film Database for trailers, stills, posters and more.
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