When Live Free or Die Hard was released in 2007, it rubbed some action fans the wrong way. This fourth sequel was given a PG-13 rating, after all three previous movies - Die Hard, Die Hard 2: Die Harder, and Die Hard With a Vengeance - were slapped with that glorious R rating that audiences love. Thankfully, a new report today reveals that next month's A Good Day to Die Hard has been awarded an R rating.

Bruce Willis returns as John McClane, who teams up with his estranged son Jack (Jai Courtney) to stop the heist of nuclear weapons in Russia. Mary Elizabeth Winstead also reprises her role from Live Free or Die Hard as John's daughter Lucy.

John Moore is directing from a screenplay by Skip Woods, based on certain original characters created by Roderick Thorp. Are you excited to hear that classic line 'Yippee-ki-yay, motherf&*%er?' again? Or do you prefer the TV censored version, "Yippee-ki-yay, Mister Falcon?" We think we know! We also have 7 new photos from A Good Day to Die Hard, which offer a little PG-13 rated eye-candy in anticipation of the R rated material yet to come!

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