We’re days away from the launch of the latest Die Hard film – A Good Day To Die Hard – but it would seem Bruce Willis is already open to slipping his holster back on again. Talking to the BBC’s One Show, the McClane man was asked by hosts Matt Baker and Alex Jones if we could expect a sixth entry. And he said… wait for it… “Yes.”
Now, despite the fact that Bruce is the Die Hard icon, we’re all going to have to wait and see how A Good Day To Die Hard, in which the NYPD’s grumpiest cop heads to Russia to track down seemingly wayward son Jack (Jai Courtney), only to get mixed up in spy shenanigans, terrorist threats and one potentially explosive situation, performs at the box office.
Plus, while 20th Century Fox is clearly happy to keep the franchise ticking over, it’s likely too early to infer that anything will actually happen. Still, if Bruce likes whatever script the filmmakers come up with, it appears he’s happy to keep on yippee ki-yaying.
With Sebastian Koch, Yulia Snigir, Cole Hauser and Amaury Nolasco also in the cast, A Good To Die Hard crashes into our cinemas on February 14.
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