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." 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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