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Bruce Willis would be joining Samuel L Jackson in another Die Hard movie

Apr 23 2014, 10:41am CDT | by , in News | Home Entertainment

Bruce Willis would be joining Samuel L Jackson in another Die Hard movie
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The pair is coming together once again on the screen for the 6th installment of the Die Hard Franchise

Bruce Willis will be joining Samuel L. Jackson for another Die Hard movie and this will pretty much bring back all the hype which the movie created when it was first launched. The heartthrob actor will appear on the screen once again as John McClane for another adventure and Fox is considering teaming up the two brilliant actors once again. They both were seen together in in 1995′s “Die Hard With a Vengeance” and now the Die Hard 6 would be welcoming them back.

Some early plot has been revealed which shows that the character of John McClane will head to Japan to be honored on the anniversary of the heroics from the first film. Talking to What Culture, Ben Trebilcook stated that “I can say that McClane is invited to Tokyo by the Nakatomi Corporation to be commended for his bravery and efforts in saving 36 lives, celebrating this on the 30th anniversary of the Nakatomi Hostage Crisis.”

He continued stating that “It’s by no means Black Rain, perhaps has a slight Rising Sun type tone. It’s also not a double-act buddy-buddy story. McClane began on his own and should end on his own. Of course he’s had assistance in various guises, aiding him in his ventures; but it’s not Lethal Weapon or a Jackie Chan film.”

 

The writer wants to bring back the basic to the movie so as it appears the inclusion of Jackson would be an interesting part put together in the franchise.

source: theglobaldispatch

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