I want that: Die Hard Blu-ray's find a new home in Nakatomi Plaza box-set
If we had a Yippee-Ki-Yay, mother f**ker for every time the DIE HARD franchise has had a home-media release, well then...we'd have a lot of Yippee-Ki-Yay, mother f**ker's wouldn't we? Fox has announced yet another release of the Bruce Willis action franchise and, as much as I hate to say it, they've put together a rather cool set which includes all five DIE HARD films packed inside a replica of Nakatomi Plaza. Wait a moment, there was a fifth one?
The set, which DIE HARD fans can pre-order at Fox booth #4229 at San Diego Comic-Con, will be released on October 13, 2015. Will you be double/triple/quadruple dipping or have you had enough of buying DIE HARD?
Fox's press release gives a run-down on what will be included in the new set:
Every limited-edition set comes with all five films on both Blu-ray™ and Digital HD as well as an explosive hour-long featurette that celebrates this iconic franchise with filmmakers and talent interviews. The Nakatomi Plaza also honors Hans Gruber and the vanquished villains from the series with collectible cards only found in the box set. And if that wasn’t enough, check out the 32-Page, behind-the-scenes book on all the secrets of the movies that even the most die-hard fans may not even know!
NAKATOMI PLAZA: DIE HARD COLLECTION FEATURES:
- Blu-ray & Digital HD Versions
- Die Hard
- Die Hard 2: Die Harder
- Die Hard: With A Vengeance
- Live Free or Die Hard (includes Unrated Version)
- A Good Day to Die Hard (includes Unrated Version)
- Blu-ray Bonus Disc: “Decoding Die Hard”
- 5 Exclusive Villain Collectible Cards
- 32-Page Behind-The-Scenes Booklet on the Franchise
Surprisingly this will be the first time that LIVE FREE OR DIE HARD will be available in North America on Blu-ray in its Unrated form. Fox hasn't released a price yet but I'd imagine that the die-hard DIE HARD fans who will be picking this up won't really care. Once again, the Nakatomi Plaza: Die Hard Collection will be released on October 13, 2015.
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