A Good Day To Die Hard

John McClane (Bruce Willis) is back to save the day, as well as team up with his CIA operative son (Jack Reacher actor Jai Courtney) in A Good Day to Die Hard. Hitting theaters February 14th, the picture, set in Moscow, centers on a nuclear weapons conspiracy that has huge international repercussions. Director John Moore and writer Skip Woods, previous collaborators on the Mark Wahlberg feature Max Payne, reteam for their most ambitious project to date (Woods also wrote the top notch 2001 flick Swordfish).

Fans of the Die Hard franchise looking for tons of action won’t be disappointed with A Good Day to Die Hard, and the 57-year-old Willis continues to prove he can still pack a punch. Courtney, who’s proven his physical mettle with Spartacus: Blood and Sand, also does solid supporting work in the film.

During last weekend’s press conference, Mr. Willis was asked if there is a difference between doing stunts for Die Hard and A Good Day to Die Hard. “It’s a very simple difference,” says Willis, who was in a humorous and reflective mood during the conference.  “I get up a little slower from the ground after I’ve fallen into something…but yeah, it’s okay. I’m doing alright. I’m here today.”

To hear Bruce Willis crack a joke about the difference between life and death on A Good Day to Die Hard, click on the media bar below:

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