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Watch: Bruce Willis & Jai Courtney Shoot The Glass In Clip From 'A Good Day To Die Hard'

The Playlist By Ken Guidry | The Playlist January 31, 2013 at 10:43AM

Well, we are just a few weeks away from the next installment of the "Die Hard" franchise, and for those who can’t wait to see John McClane back in action again, perhaps this clip will be enough to hold you over for now. It’s already been established that the film’s taking place in Russia this time around, and as we noted yesterday, “A Good Day to Die Hard” will also wind up being the shortest film in the franchise at a lean 97 minutes. As the clip demonstrates, McClane is not in Russia to do any sightseeing.
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A Good Day to Die Hard, Willis, Jai, Koch

Well, we are just a few weeks away from the next installment of the "Die Hard" franchise, and for those who can’t wait to see John McClane back in action again, perhaps this clip will be enough to hold you over for now. It’s already been established that the film’s taking place in Russia this time around, and as we noted yesterday, “A Good Day to Die Hard” will also wind up being the shortest film in the franchise at a lean 97 minutes. As the clip demonstrates, McClane is not in Russia to do any sightseeing.

Instead, John McClane has traveled to Russia in order to help get his son, Jack, out of trouble. In the clip, McClane and his son appear to be in quite the pickle with some Russian terrorists. How will they ever get out of this one? Seconds later, Jack and his father are kicking some ass and eventually make it rain glass, which once again proves that you should never be involved in a shootout if you’re underneath glass ceilings, chandeliers, or anything else hanging from a ceiling that could potentially kill you.

Be sure to catch Bruce Willis in action alongside Jai Courtney when “A Good Day to Die Hard” opens everywhere on February 14th.

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