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While talking to MTV about his upcoming action comedy Cop Out, Bruce Willis dropped a hint about the possibility of there being a fifth installment of the Die Hard series:
"I think we're going to do a 'Die Hard 5' next year."
He goes on to say that he would want Live Free or Die Hard director Len Wiseman back to the direct the new movie, and he wants to take the Die Hard concept "worldwide," whatever that might mean. Perhaps a little Bourne-envy is showing?
Here is video of the interview:
Click the Read link below to view the report by MTV.
Bruce Willis pioneered the underdog action hero in 1988 with Die Hard, where detective John McClane is trapped in a skyscraper with terrorists and decides to take matters into his own hands and turn the tables on the bad guys. The movie spawned three sequels and will probably be Willis' most well-known role for quite some time.
If they do make Die Hard 5, let's hope that they don't sanitize it for PG-13 audiences like they did with the previous installment. There was a formula in the original that worked very well, and that formula got diluted with each sequel. Oh yeah, and ditch the sidekick!
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