Bruce Willis: There Will Be a 'Die Hard 6'

Posted 2:05 PM February 7th, 2013 by Binh Ngo
A Good Day to Die Hard

It may seem obvious, but if A Good Day To Die Hard, aka Die Hard 5, does well, there will most likely be a Die Hard 6. The only question is if Bruce Willis is interested in finding himself at the wrong place and at the wrong time yet again. Well, we can now put that question to rest.

When ask by the host of BBC's One Show if there will be a Die Hard 6, Willis answered with a short "yes."

Pending any unforeseen circumstances, Willis is going to do another Die Hard. For that to happen, all A Good Day To Die Hard needs to do is to make over $300 million at the box office, which it probably will if the previous Die Hard movies are anything to go by.

In A Good Day To Die Hard, Willis' John McClane heads to Russia to help his estranged son, Jack, who was arrested by the local police. Once there, the elder McClane discovers his son is actually under cover in a sting operation to bust up a terrorist group.

Directed by John Moore, A Good Day To Die Hard is coming to theaters on Valentine's Day. Watch the trailer below.

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