Bruce Willis' new film Cop Out hits theaters nationwide on February 26 and the actor has been out doing the press rounds for the film, which, of course, leads to talk of what's next for the actor. Willis recently told MTV that plans seem to be in the works for Die Hard 5.

"I think we're going to do a Die Hard 5 next year," Willis told the site. He also added that he would like to see an international feel to the new film. "It's got to go worldwide," the actor said about the potential plotline. "That would be my contribution to it." He also said that he would like Live Free or Die Hard director Len Wiseman to direct this new film.

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He also told MTV Splash Page that there is a potential sequel to his 2000 film Unbreakable happening as well.

"I talked to [Shyamalan] over the holidays, and he is still thinking about doing the fight movie between me and Sam that we were going to do," Willis told MTV News.

"We chose to do the origin," he explained, indicating that there was discussion early on about whether Willis' character and the villain played by Samuel L. Jackson should square off in the first movie or a sequel.

"As long as Sam can make it, I'm up for it," said Willis.