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A Good Day to Die Hard
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Bruce Willis is back as John McClane in A Good Day to Die Hard, the fifth installment of the franchise. He travels to Russia to help his estranged son but they’re soon caught in the crossfire of a terrorist plot.

The movie’s European premiere took place in Berlin.

Irish director John Moore explains what’s changed: “A lot! Big, big, big, big, big action. We are bringing John McClane to Moscow, it’s the first time he has ever been outside America, so the movie is way, way, way, way bigger than before.”

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