Really? Like they have to tell us these things any more, haven't we all just came to expect Hollywood will milk anything to the point it becomes laughable. The title itself doesn't make this film even sound like a good idea "Die Hardest"? Come on, they could have done better than that. I still haven't brought myself to watch "A Good Day To Die Hard", I'm just worried they are going to ruin a great franchise "Die Hard" from 1988 is personally one of my all time favourite films, lets hope that I'm wrong an they can/have kept the franchise alive. Total Film got the low down from the film, here it is;
"Through discussions with Webster, Trebilcook landed the
Die Hard 6 treatment-writing gig. Details are scarce at the moment, but
we know that the story begins in New York, before moving to Tokyo, which
will be the predominant location.
As the project’s at the treatment stage, we’ll have to wait to see if
this one does progress to production, but Trebilcook thinks his take
will please fans. “It is extremely faithful to the franchise and
characters and is a natural progression. It’s also a very plausible
storyline,” he told us
Clarifying the current status of Die Hard 6, Trebilcook added,
“Getting Larry’s support was great, but there are many hurdles to leap
yet and two of those are called Bruce Willis and [producer] Alex Young.
[There's] the possibility producers might go back and find some other
source material to base the next one on, like they did with the first
and second. Mine though, I feel it could be the Rocky Balboa of the Die
So I decided to Google Ben Trebilcook, I couldn't find any god information out about him besides that fact that he is working on "Knockout" a film that is described as "a videogame-themed actioner set to star real-life martial arts stars." also I couldn't help but read and read the line "I feel it could be the Rocky Balboa of the Die Hard franhise" does this line not scare anybody?