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'A Good CLAY To Die Hard' Is the Best 'Die Hard 5' Promo

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Stop-motion animation genius Lee Hardcastle--who previously merged The Thing with Pingu, and re-made The Raid with clay cats--re-imagines Bruce Willis's slab-like head as an actual slab of clay with A Good CLAY To Die Hard, a Good Day To Die Hard tribute as impressive for its technical merits as it is for making a fourth sequel actually look like a fun idea. Turns out John McClain didn't need a son; he just needed a slightly more visibly mushy consistency:

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