It seems Bruce Willis's talk of Die Hard 5 was more than the ramblings of a man insane with the knowledge Ashton Kutcher tucks his kids into bed each night before checking his Twitter statistics. Risky Business reports Fox is in talks with Skip Woods--writer of such gems as Swordfish, Hitman, and Wolverine--to dream up some tired wisecracks with a new screenplay. No word yet on the plot, but Willis's assertion that the next film has "got to go worldwide" promises we may at least see some ambition as the Die Hard franchise stretches itself to a translucent thinness.
And the doomsday clock on Ben Stiller's prescient vision of Die Hard 12 echoes loudly as the minute hand makes one more deliberate clack towards midnight.
The creation of another Die Hard film is not a joke! (Even though it is sort of a joke.) Fox is so serious about doing this that they've officially hired Noam Murro--a commercial director whose only film credit is the dramedy Smart People--to direct the fifth film in the series... / Continue →
If it wasn't yet apparent that Bruce Willis will continue Dying Hard until he's actually dead--or has at least fulfilled the prophecy of The Ben Stiller Show--now the actor has plainly confirmed as much. On the BBC's One Show last night, Willis was reportedly asked if there wil... / Continue →
Ben Stiller's prescient vision of Die Hard 12 moves one step closer to reality.
In a recent interview with MTV, Bruce Willis claimed John McClane may stop even more terrorists, revealing, "I think we're going to do a 'Die Hard 5' next year." And that's not all! He has ideas!
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