‘A Good Day to Die Hard’ Blu-ray and DVD Debut June 4th

Fans can watch this action-thriller starring Bruce Willis and Jai Courtney on Digital HD three weeks early, starting on May 14.
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‘A Good Day to Die Hard’ Blu-ray and DVD Debut June 4th

Yippee Ki Yay, John McClane is back, this time with his son and twice the excitement. Keeping audiences on the edge of their seats for 25 years, the latest chapter of the popular action franchise delivers the thrills and the ultimate father-son action duo as A Good Day to Die Hard debuts on Digital HD on May 14 and on Blu-ray and DVD June 4 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Featuring a double dose of McClane power, the film will also be available as an "Extended Edition" with over two hours of extreme bonus material just in time for Father's Day.

A Good Day to Die Hard Blu-ray

A Good Day to Die Hard DVD

A Good Day to Die Hard is back in action - mind-blowing, heart-stopping, rip-roaring action - as John McClane, the heroic New York cop with a knack for being in the wrong place at the right time. John's latest predicament takes him all the way to Russia to track down his estranged son, Jack (Jai Courtney), who has been imprisoned in Moscow. But the mission takes a deadly turn as father and son must join forces to thwart a nuclear weapons heist that could trigger World War III!

Twenty-five years after the classic thriller Die Hard was released, A Good Day to Die Hard takes the action to a whole new level with the 2-disc Blu-ray Extended Edition featuring over two hours of intense extras. Between the Anatomy of a Car Chase, an hour long behind-the-scenes documentary that looks at the making of the movie, commentary with the Director and deleted scenes, the Blu-ray proves that two McClanes are better than one.

A Good Day to Die Hard 2-Disc BD/Ultraviolet/DVD & DC

Disc 1: Blu-ray

  • Extended Cut of the Film

    - Deleted Scenes

    - Jack Scopes Out Courthouse

    - Collins Gets Approval to Move

    - John McClane Original Introduction

    - Russian Girls on Plane

    - Safe House Intrusion

    - Gun Store

    - Fight with Anton

    - Making it Hard to Die

    - Introduction

    - Stunts

    - Helicopters and Aerial

    - Special Effects

    - Motion Base

    - Armoury

    - Russia and Budapest

    - The Look of the Movie

    - Chernobyl

    - Camera Work

    - Editorial Los Angeles

    - Color Grading

    - Visual Effects

    - Film Scoring

    - Wrap Up

    - Anatomy of a Car Chase

    - Two of a Kind

    - Back in Action

    - The New Face of Evil

    - Pre-vis

    - Cold Opening

    - Truck Chase

    - VFX Sequences

    - Stills: Gallery

    - Storyboards

    - Concept Art

    - Theatrical trailers

    - Commentary by Director John Moore and First Assistant Director Mark Cotone

    - Maximum McClane

Disc 2: DVD & Digital Copy (Film only)

A Good Day to Die Hard was released February 14th, 2013.

Sources: Fox Home Entertainment

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  • ghostman • 3 years ago

    @corey I'd agree with you on that. I did enjoy that cut of Live Free or Die Hard more so than the theatrical version, except I didn't like the poorly re-dubbed lines that clearly had bad ADR.


    • Titon • 3 years ago

      @instead8909 Watch it and you decide but in my opinion is just horrible, some of the action sequences are good, it has very bad CGI, horrible directing, the plot is simple, the villain not worthy for a Die Hard film and you can see the twist from a mile away, Jai Courtney is very good as the son of John McClane, but that's all it has.


      • corey • 3 years ago

        @ghostman I wouldn't say that....the extended/unrated cut of Live Free or Die Hard turned out WAY better than the theatrical release...


        • thehost91 • 3 years ago

          F*ck this movie up its motherf*cking ass!


          • 2movieguys • 3 years ago

            Lousy film!!


            • instead8909 • 3 years ago

              I haven't seen it yet so I can't judge. Is it too serious? Is it lame?

              Is there some comedy? If there isn't then it's not Die Hard.

              I got a thanks from this film, if it is none of above then I better retract that statement.


              • mr-k • 3 years ago

                @ghostman Still the biggest waste of time I've ever had to sit through -_-


                • ghostman • 3 years ago

                  @mr-k Probably contains more sh*tty scenes lol

                  As bad of a movie it was, I still had a good time watching it.


                  • mr-k • 3 years ago

                    Wait... There's an extended cut for this!?


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