The only thing that went through my mind when watching the Dwayne Johnson Skyscraper trailer was, “Yup, this sure does look like Die Hard.” My family, on the other hand, lost their collective minds, with yelling and screaming, and hooting and hollerin’.
John McClane has run out of bits of America to blow up, so flies to Russia to rescue and reconnect with his estranged son…and naturally gets caught up in some explosive shenanigans. Is this a good day to Die Hard, or a good day to quit?
A Good Day to Die Hard, the one millionth sequel to the Die Hard franchise, is scheduled to arrive in stores on February 14th. For those looking for a romantic movie to take your date to, this probably isn’t it. Or maybe it is… take the jump for a look at the new trailer.
I remember the first time I saw Die Hard. I was at my friend’s house, and stuff was blowing up, and then I saw the TeeVee and the Bruce Willis flick playing on the NetFlix. Since then, I’ve been anxiously awaiting the moment when I too can pull a Patton Oswalt and scream at the screen, “RUN DIE HARD! RUN!” A Good Day To Die Hard arrives in is supposed to arrive in theaters in September 2013, so now is a good time to release the first trailer.
I know what you have been thinking, “Self… what the movie industry really needs is a shot in the arm that only John McCain can provide.” Hate to break it to you, but John McCain isn’t going to be in a movie anytime soon, but John McClane is headed back to theaters in 2013 in A Good Day to Die Hard.
What makes one want to crawl through an air conditioning shaft in the middle of the worst summer day?Â For John McClane it is all in the line of duty as he ends up being the most qualified police officer to infiltrate a massage parlor under siege.
Boom! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Die Hard: Year One #5, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? #8, Donald Duck and Friends #350, Irredeemable #10, The Unknown: The Devil Made Flesh #4, Wall-E #2, and the Cars: Radiator Spring and The Incredibles: City of Incredibles hard covers.Â All the titles arrive next week, but you can see the previews right now.
Here it is, the final issue of the first story arc of Die Hard: Year One. If you think John McClane is going to bite the bullet, you really donâ€™t know John McClane. And even if you do know John McClane, there is still a surprise of two waiting inside this fourth issue.
Boom! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving January 13, 2010. Take the jump for The Anchor #4, Cars #0, Die Hard: Year One #4, The Incredibles #4, The Muppet Show Comic Book #1, Walt Disney Comics and Stories #702, The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck Volume 1 hardcover, and The Remnant trade paperback.
One thing that stands out about the first Die Hard movie is how long it took to get to the end of the first act. It wasnâ€™t until John McClane hot footed it across the hallway to the stairwell that the action finally took off. Once those first 30 minutes passed, the film turned into one heck of an action flick. For Boom! Studiosâ€™ Die Hard: Year One, issue three marks the beginning of the action.