Delving into our need for sequels, remakes, and reboots, audiences thirst for the latest adventures for our favorite heroes. Here are five franchises that could use a new fresh take that new actors can take into the next generation. Yes, it is worth noting most of these are now owned by Disney. Die Hard When […]
If you’ll recall, back in 2018 there was talk of a possible 6th installment in the Die Hard franchise. Longtime producer Lorenzo diBonaventura had revealed a working title [kind of] of McClane, stating that “we want you to get invested in John McClane more than ever before.” Not much else has been said about Die Hard 6 since diBonaventura’s […]
Netflix is enlisting Bradley James (Merlin, Damien, Netflix’s Medici franchise) to take lead on The Liberator, the streaming service’s four-part animated World War II drama series based on Alex Kershaw‘s book The Liberator: One World War II Soldier’s 500-Day Odyssey. Based on exclusive reporting from Deadline Hollywood, the project stems from writer Jeb Stuart (Die Hard, […]
Die Hard celebrated its thirty-year anniversary as a frequently contested Christmas movie, and a culturally significant film. There is no way director John McTiernan could predict this late 80’s action film would become so meaningful to so many. Die Hard permeated the cultural consciousness such that even those that have not seen it can quote it […]
Die Hard is the subject of an ongoing debate between pop culture enthusiasts alike whether if it’s a Christmas movie. The LAPD and NYPD agree the film is. The 1988 Bruce Willis action flick that made him a bonafide star hasn’t been the center of controversy until the social media age. The film is about […]
Die Hard, one of the ultimate Christmas movies, is returning to theaters this year thanks to Fathom events. Yes Bruce Willis, it IS a *bleeping* Christmas Movie! On Sunday November 11th and Tuesday November 14th, Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies are bringing Die Hard back to theaters across the country for two showings on the […]
Die Hard is a Christmas movie. No, I do not care one bit about what you, or Bruce Willis, or anyone else says. I watch it every year on Christmas, it takes place around Christmas, and a Christmas carol plays over the end credits. Sorry world, some of you are super wrong. Now my Christmas […]
There has been some movement in the sixth Die Hard movie. The fifth movie, A Good Day to Die Hard, came out in 2013 to a pretty good $300+ million worldwide box office but was slaughtered by critics. It seems that the sixth entry in the series, which was rumored to be called Die Hard: […]
iZombie s04e10 ‘Yipee Ki Brain, Motherscratcher!’: When Liv (Rose McIver) consumes the brain of a vice detective who doesn’t play by the rules, her newfound recklessness gets her into trouble. Meanwhile, Major (Robert Buckley) is coming really close to discovering Liv’s secret. https://youtu.be/GNMUJQ66R2Y “I superglued this guys buttocks to the toilet seat” – Detective Bernedetto […]
We’re pretty sure there’s an old saying about a man being judged not by the good things he’s done but by his faults and weaknesses; so if that’s the case, then it’s going to be a really rough night for Bruce Willis. Comedy Central announced on Tuesday that the star of Hudson Hawk/voice behind the […]
Fans watching the Super Bowl last night may have had to sit through Justin Timberlake exploiting Prince’s image in a way the Purple One would never have approved as well as Martin Luther King Jr. being used to sell pickup trucks, but it wasn’t all bad. The Patriots lost. That’s something. And we also got […]
The Library of Congress’s National Film Registry has officially announced the 25 films chosen to be added into their grand collection of cinema this year. First established by the National Film Preservation Act of 1988, the National Film Preservation Board works to ensure the survival, conservation and increased public availability of America’s film heritage by […]
Jason Borelli reporting from NYCC for Bleeding Cool: While the holiday season is over two months away, comedian Doogie Horner presented a gift to panel-goers at New York Comic Con: A Die Hard Christmas. Patterned after ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas,” Horner’s small children-sized book follows John McClane and his eventful holiday, as he saves his […]
Despite taking place at Christmas time, featuring festive decorations, and being backed by a soundtrack of Christmas tunes, there’s still some debate as to whether Die Hard is officially a Christmas Movie. But a new book from Insight Editions will set the record straight once and for all. A Die Hard Christmas is written by […]
As a guest on the Late Late Show with James Corben, Samuel L. Jackson and the host performed an eleven minute retrospective of Jackson’s long film career. Some of the movies chosen I completely forgot he was in. What isn’t surprising is the number of bleeps they had to use during the piece… far more […]
There is a class of movie fans who will often say “All I want is another Die Hard.” The pronouncement means they want a movie like the 1988 original. The film was so revolutionary it began an era when film pitches could be boiled down to “Die Hard on boat,” or “Die Hard on a […]
I was just thinking the other day that we needed a new Die Hard type franchise. A series of movies where the main character gets into situation after situation that would never happen to a person once, let alone twice. Perhaps Kevin James was listening to my thoughts… cause here we get Paul Blart: Mall […]
The title was inevitable wasn't it?
A rather brutal knife fight between John McClane and Alik, the film's first chief baddie and apparently something of a Krav Maga master.
We get to say "Yippee-ky-yay POTUS" twice this year. Michael Moran reports on the first of two planned destructions of the White House.