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Submitted by alycakes 649d ago | interview

A Good Day to Die Hard: Bruce Willis Talks Blockbuster Franchise

Movie Fanatic:
We met A Good Day to Die Hard star Bruce Willis to talk about the Die Hard franchise and how after 25 years, the public still cannot get enough of the wise-cracking John McClane.

We wondered what is the biggest difference between Willis’ work on Die Hard in 1986 and A Good Day to Die Hard?

“I get up a little slower from the ground after I’ve fallen into something – that dumpster I fell into,” Willis said and laughed. “But, it’s okay. I’m doing alright. I’m here today!”

Willis is clearly a fan of his franchise, but is even more passionate about its ability to work the words Die Hard into the title. (A Good Day to Die Hard, Bruce Willis, Cinema, Die Hard Franchise)

alycakes  +   649d ago
It's true for most people that the character of John McClane never gets old. I always like to go see his movies.

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