In a bid to settle the debate of whether 'Die Hard' can be considered a Christmas film, here are both sides of the debate, with our own poll so you can have your say.
It may be set at Christmas. It might even feature a Christmas hat and the words 'ho ho ho' during one slightly gruesome scene.
Will Poulter's Halloween 2017 costume was pure genius, but Kristen Bell, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Bruce Willis also impressed.
The new trailer for the remake of violent 80s thriller 'Death Wish' arrived last week, but a backlash is now steadily brewing.
Here are some fascinating things about John McClane’s five cinematic appearances so far. 1. Frank Sinatra was offered the lead role, despite being 73. This is because the film is based on a book called ‘Nothing Lasts Forever’, itself a sequel to ‘The Detective’ by Roderick Thorp. ‘The Detective’ was adapted into a movie in 1968 with Ol’ Blue Eyes and there was a clause in his contract which said he had first refusal on playing the character in a follow-up.
There are many ways to get yourself into the film business. And while historically, both hard work and blind luck have proved equally successful, there’s always this… Writer and producer Eric D. Wilkinson has been working in the movie business since about 2007, but this brilliantly inventive way to get himself work is now going viral. This week he took out a full-page advert in industry bible The Hollywood Reporter pitching his idea for a ‘Die Hard’ sequel.
If you get through this new trailer for Rock the Kasbah without laughing, you should see a specialist. Murray plays the down-on-his-luck Richie Lanz — a sort of aged version of the sleazy rock manager he portrayed back in the ‘70s on Saturday Night Live named Jerry Aldini. As seen above, he goes on a globetrotting hunt that leads him to a string of offbeat characters played by the likes of Zooey Deschanel, Bruce Willis, Kate Hudson, and Danny McBride.
Today, computer glitches have temporarily grounded United Airlines, halted trading at the New York Stock Exchange, and taken down the Wall Street Journal website. What is happening in the world? There may be a simple explanation: We’re living in a Die Hard plot. Two journalists on Twitter, Paper Magazine’s Eric Thurm and The Washington Examiner’s Dave Brown, have pointed out that today’s events mirror the cyber-terrorist plot of 2007’s Live Free or Die Hard.