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Die Hard 5 Gets a Director - Plus Trailers

Bruce Willis has previously suggested that since Live Free or Die Hard had John McClane saving the United States, Die Hard 5 would have to represent a global threat. While at this point no one can be sure what the fifth film will be about, it does have a director.
With a script written by Skip Woods, Deadline is reporting that the next film in the franchise, which began in 1988, will be helmed by Noam Murro. Notes Deadline, "While Murro directed the Sarah Jessica Parker-starrer Smart People for Miramax. Murro really impressed Fox brass with his most recent campaign for the Halo video game. He’s a five time DGA nominated commercials director, won two Golden Lions at Cannes and is taking a big leap up to one of Fox’s most important projects. The studio still has to make a deal with Bruce Willis, but he has publicly expressed excitement about reprising his signature John McClane role."

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EdGross
2/11/2011
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4 Comments

Another one? I actually liked part 4 and if the story is good enough, then why not a fifth.

They'll keep churning them out anyway if they make money.
Eviltwin - 2/12/2011, 11:49 AM
YAY!
777LEEE - 2/12/2011, 3:58 PM
I actually think the franchise is four for four at this point. They've done a great job of making sure that each entry has been carefully mapped out.
EdGross - 2/13/2011, 11:29 AM
Totally agree Ed. I'd like to see J.J. Abrams take a shot at one of these in the franchise.

I like all 3 MI movies so far, but gotta say that part 3 was the best of the set. All 'cause of JJ. Looking forward to seeing MI:Ghost Protocol! Can't go wrong with Brad Bird.
Eviltwin - 2/13/2011, 8:10 PM

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