Fox is getting back into the Comic Con game in a big way with a new Die Hard Nakatomi set that houses all five films in the franchise within a plastic replica of the series’ signature building, the tower in Nakatomi Plaza. (Which, in real life, is located in Century City in Los Angeles, and is now Fox Plaza, and the official home of 20th Century Fox.)
This set, which is available for pre-order at Comic Con, will street on October 13, with blu-ray and Digital HD copies of all five films, from the 1988 Die Hard to 2013’s A Good Day to Die Hard, in addition to a full suite of special features, some of which are new to this set.
And, hey, if you really hate the idea of owning the fifth movie, you can always leave it in the tower and set the model on fire, thereby recreating the great climax of the first film and getting rid of that pesky fifth movie at the same time. Check out a larger image and the full specs below. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, January 15th, 2013 by Angie Han
When we first met John McClane in 1988, he was just an everyman cop trying to help his wife and her colleagues out of an office building. But oh, how things have changed. Each installment of the Die Hard franchise has gone bigger than the last, and number five, A Good Day to Die Hard, is no exception. McClane travels to Russia not only to save his son, but, apparently, to defend democracy itself.
In real life, we saw that progression unfold over two and a half decades. But next month, you can relive it in just a matter of hours. Fox has announced that it will bring all four previous films back to the theaters for one day only, as part of a marathon leading up to the release of A Good Day to Die Hard. Hit the jump for more details.
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What would Die Hard with a Vengeance look like if it was a 1960’s style French film? Inspector MeQlain plays a deadly game of Simon Says in ‘Dial Hard‘, a short film created for Stella Artois’ Smooth Original campaign. Watch the short film after the jump.
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Would Bruce Willis have become the leading action hero in the Die Hard films if the name on his headshot read “Walter Willis”? This advertisement for Aviva, formerly known as Norwich Union, transplants a modern day Bruce Willis into Die Hard with a Vengeance, DirectTV style.
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