In honor of John McClane's many years reluctantly murdering terrorists he somehow ends up fighting, the five-time Die Hard protagonist will be honored with the massive image of Bruce Willis's grimacing face in "a larger-than-life permanent mural."
USA Today reports the painting will be added to the wall of the baby's nursery that is the Fox lot's Stage 8, where it will remain covered until the end of the month, when the studio will unveil the piece as a joint honor for Die Hard's 25th anniversary and the impending release of A Good Day To Die Hard (already being called the Mexican Revolution of the series, best celebrated in large-scale mural). So now we have a giant painting of Bruce Willis's head. Ho ho ho.
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