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Hold on to your Die Hard marathon ticket stubs, because a sixth movie is already in the works The fifth installment of the franchise, A Good Day to Die Hard, is due out Feb. 14, and Bruce Willis has delivered an early Valentine’s Day gift to his fans with confirmation of a Die Hard 6.
According to Bleeding Cool, when Willis was asked by BBC’s One Show if there would be a Die Hard 6, he smiled and said only, “Yes.” That’s enough of a confirmation for us, as he’s the backbone of the series and the main thing that’s been keeping it alive the past 25 years.
Yes, Die Hard is 25, and 20th Century Fox and Willis want to keep the momentum going. Interestingly enough, the fourth Die Hard movie, Live Free or Die Hard, has grossed the most money in theaters, and hopefully A Good Day to Die Hard will surpass its $134.5 million domestic haul.
Directed by John Moore (Behind Enemy Lines, Max Payne), A Good Day to Die Hard sends John McClane to Russia, where his estranged son (played by Jai Courtney) is caught up in a daring prison escape of a rogue political leader. The film also stars Sebastian Koch and Yuliya Snigir.