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Exclusive 1:1 Interview with A Good Day To Die Hard Star Mr. Bruce Willis!

Feb. 11, 2013by: JimmyO

There are a few things that terrify me. The idea of walking into a room with Bruce Willis – one of my childhood heroes – and being far too nervous to carry on a conversation is one of them. That is how I felt as I was prepping talking to the man whose film credits include PULP FICTION, MOONRISE KINGDOM, LOOPER, THE SIXTH SENSE and the DIE HARD franchise. I love John McClane! The DIE HARD movies are some of my favorites and one’s that I return to quite often.

Sitting down with Willis I asked him if the iconic status of the character has ever influenced him when he returns to the role. Soft-spoken and good-natured he talked about the series and his return. He also spoke about working with Jai Courtney who plays his son in the latest film A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD. Much like Willis himself, I'm all for another DIE HARD flick, what about you?

Oh and did I happen to mention how cool Mr. Bruce Willis was? If not, he was absolutely terrific! A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD will be exploding into theatres this Friday!

It's as novel to me as it is to you that one guy could get to be in all these different films over 25 years of time and seeing myself at the age of 30 and then 33, and then I think 40 and then 45 and now 57.
Source: JoBlo.com

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1:05PM on 02/11/2013
So it's just been revealed that Fox have edited the UK version of this film so that the rating is down to a 12A. Essentially removing a load of f-bombs, including, once again, the yippie-ki-yay line.
So it's just been revealed that Fox have edited the UK version of this film so that the rating is down to a 12A. Essentially removing a load of f-bombs, including, once again, the yippie-ki-yay line.
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9:35PM on 02/11/2013
This happened in Singapore too. All the f-words were muted out, and it sounded like sometimes they were dubbed over with, oddly enough, someone saying "chia pet". And the triumphant catchphrase at the end was completely mangled, too.
This happened in Singapore too. All the f-words were muted out, and it sounded like sometimes they were dubbed over with, oddly enough, someone saying "chia pet". And the triumphant catchphrase at the end was completely mangled, too.
9:00AM on 02/11/2013
I'm really excited about this, even after the last one.. I for some reason can't wait until next weekend.

They truly need to make a Die hard 6. And have it be the entire family on some family vacation. (Holly, son, daughter, John, Justin Long) that would be awesome.. Or some other event like the Daughters wedding
I'm really excited about this, even after the last one.. I for some reason can't wait until next weekend.

They truly need to make a Die hard 6. And have it be the entire family on some family vacation. (Holly, son, daughter, John, Justin Long) that would be awesome.. Or some other event like the Daughters wedding
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3:35AM on 02/11/2013
is it really that bad of a movie? The most recent trailer I saw made it look fun. Is it at least better than the last one?
is it really that bad of a movie? The most recent trailer I saw made it look fun. Is it at least better than the last one?
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6:14AM on 02/11/2013
From the trailers, I thought it was going to be a lot of fun too. Sorry, but for me at least, Live Free or Die Hard was much better. A Good Day to Die Hard sometimes borders on incomprehensible in the way the action sequences are shot, and screenwriter Skip Woods has somehow managed to make what should be a straightforward story quite confusing. There are no memorable villains and while McClane's son isn't annoying, he is very bland, and the father-son dynamic comes off as very forced.
From the trailers, I thought it was going to be a lot of fun too. Sorry, but for me at least, Live Free or Die Hard was much better. A Good Day to Die Hard sometimes borders on incomprehensible in the way the action sequences are shot, and screenwriter Skip Woods has somehow managed to make what should be a straightforward story quite confusing. There are no memorable villains and while McClane's son isn't annoying, he is very bland, and the father-son dynamic comes off as very forced.
1:22AM on 02/11/2013
As far as action heroes go, Bruce Willis' acting is probably far better than many of his peers, and there's no arguing the iconic status of John McClane. It's too bad that A Good Day to Die Hard was really, really disappointing. The character of McClane certainly deserves far better than it.
As far as action heroes go, Bruce Willis' acting is probably far better than many of his peers, and there's no arguing the iconic status of John McClane. It's too bad that A Good Day to Die Hard was really, really disappointing. The character of McClane certainly deserves far better than it.
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