Bruce Willis Cracks Up At Vintage 'Die Hard' Intv

By DAVID WEINER

February 04, 2013

Bruce Willis is back for his fifth Die Hard movie as veteran cop John McClane, and the junket for A Good Day to Die Hard proved to be the perfect opportunity to show Bruce some old footage of himself during our on-set interview for 1990's Die Hard 2: Die Harder.

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"This should be on your show, this is terrific," Bruce told ET's Christina McLarty with a laugh. "Holy mackerel."

In the vintage ET interview, we asked Bruce if he would do another one, and he replied, "Another Die Hard? I don't think so. I was trying to get them to kill me in this one. I wanted my character to be killed off in this one, but they wouldn't let me do it. … I don't think so, but who knows? Ask me a couple years from now."

"Well, it's very tongue-in-cheek, but that is totally adorable," said Bruce with a sly grin. "I was very glib in those days."

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In theaters February 14, A Good Day to Die Hard finds Bruce's John McClane in Russia, fighting alongside his son (Jai Courtney), who turns out to be a CIA operative working to prevent a nuclear-weapons heist.

Asked if he has any special Valentine's Day plans, Bruce jokes, "My wife wants to take me [to the movie]. She's always in charge of Valentine's Day. ... It's a heck of a date movie."



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