20th Century Fox announces that this upcoming sequel will be released in IMAX theaters starting February 14.
Bruce Willis returns as John McClane in this fifth installment of the 20th Century Fox action franchise.
Jai Courtney plays Jack McClane in this fifth installment of 20th Century Fox's Die Hard franchise, in theaters this February.
We also have a new poster for director John Moore's action sequel, which finds John McClane heading to Mother Russia.
Bruce Willis returns as John McClane in this highly anticipated sequel that takes the action to Russia.
John McClane and his estranged son Jack work together to stop a Moscow terrorist threat in this upcoming sequel.
The actor gets the Twilight franchise mixed up with his own action series while trying to present this clip on David Letterman.
Background actor Ted Cross revealed that the actress will be coming back as John McClane's daughter in this action sequel.
The filmmaker also teased an epic car chase scene through Moscow that is taking a whopping 78 days to shoot.
We also get a brief glimpse at a chase scene through the streets of Budapest in director John Moore's upcoming sequel.
Production continues in Budapest, Hungary on director John Moore's upcoming John McClane action sequel.
The actor is spotted filming a balloon-filled crowd scene on the set of John Moore's action sequel.
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model will make her acting debut in this action sequel starring Bruce Willis and Jai Courtney.
Megalyn Echikunwoke also joins the Prison Break star in this fifth installment of the John McClane series.
The action icon takes a break from filming this upcoming sequel to reveal his latest action gear.
The fifth installment of the action franchise will have the actor playing a villain named Collins.
Amaury Nolasco is also seen on the Budapest, Hungary set for this 20th Century Fox action sequel.
The actors will portray two Russian villains in this Fox action sequel starring Bruce Willis and Jai Courtney.
The Spartacus: Blood and Sand actor will play the pivotal role of John McClane's estranged son in Noam Murro's sequel.