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."