Bruce Willis Blows Up Moscow In 'A Good Day to Die Hard' Trailer

When showcased the first official image of Bruce Willis as John McClane in A Good Day to Die Hard, we accurately predicted that a teaser trailer had to be coming down the pipeline. The fifth chapter in the indestructible franchise opens in February, and Good Day has been flying under the radar. 
Not anymore. 
Willis’ McClane – or, as he calls himself, the “007 of Plainfield, New Jersey” – is back in business for what looks like an explosive adventure behind Moscow’s Iron Curtain. There’s no dialogue in this first clip outside of Willis’ quick one-liner. There are PLENTY of firebombs, though, as the Russian metropolis is blown to smithereens while fish-out-of-water McClane tries to stop the latest threat to our planet’s survival. 
The identity of the villain for the latest Die Hard remains a mystery. But Jai Courtney, seen alongside Willis in the trailer, is playing John McClane’s son, Jack, who works in counterterrorism and reluctantly needs his father’s help when a mission goes sour. 
Is Willis getting too old for this … wait, no, that’s Danny Glover’s line. In fact, Willis looks as spry and willing to rumble as he did in the initial Die Hard. Less hair, sure. But plenty of sarcasm – which is just the way we like our anti-hero. 
Here’s the short teaser for A Good Day to Die Hard. It tells us everything we need to know: McClane is back, and you can watch him save the world on Feb. 14, 2013. There’s even a great music cue for “Ode to Joy.” Nice throwback. What more could you need?
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