He's getting ready for the release of "Die Hard's" fifth-installment and during promotions, Bruce Willis covered GQ's March 2013 issue.
While suiting up in designer duds from Dior Homme and Drumohr for celebrity photographer Mario Testino, the 57-year-old actor chatted about everything from overcoming a childhood flaw to future profession plans.
In anticipation of its Valentine's Day release, a second TV spot for "A Good Day to Die Hard" was released this week (December 27).
The next installment in the "Die Hard" franchise follows John McClane, who faces his greatest challenge ever, this time on an international stage, when his estranged son Jack is caught up in the daring prison escape of a rogue Russian leader. Father and son McClane must work together to stay alive and keep the world safe for democracy.
Drumming up hype for "A Good Day to Die Hard," Twentieth Century Fox released the first TV spot for the film.
Starring Bruce Willis, the flick follows John McClane as he travels to Russia to help out his son, Jack, only to discover that Jack is a CIA operative working to prevent a nuclear weapon heist. The two must join forces to combat evil.
Giving excited fans a deeper look at what they can expect from the newest flick in the explosive franchise, Twentieth Century Fox released a featurette for “A Good Day to Die Hard” on Saturday (December 1).
In the one minute-plus clip, viewers get a taste of the action-packed drama, intertwined with commentary about the film from Jai Courtney, who plays Jack McClane.
Paramount Pictures learned a valuable lesson recently: Don't kill off Channing Tatum. The upcoming "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" movie was pushed back to March 29th, 2013 after it was determined that reshoots were needed.
The reasons for the tweaking were so-so test scores and the poor decision to kill off the "Magic Mike" star, whose starpower has recently rocketed thanks to "Magic Mike."