One thing's for sure when the next "Die Hard" flick hits theaters: Aging action stud John McClane is no worse for the wear and just as ready to rumble as he was back in 1988, when the first film hit theaters.
"[We've] started this week, just started. It's all set in Russia," he told MTV News at CinemaCon in Las Vegas. "Well there's bookend scenes in New York, but it's John McClane, goes to Russia and I think the technical term ... is f---s everything up. And the fun part about it, though, is there's a great moment where he says 'It's good a day as any to die.' "
Sure, McClane is throwing about his signature swag in the film, but Rothman assures fans that the movie also has a lot of heart, courtesy of the relationship between McClane and his son, Jack (played by Jai Courtney).
"He thinks his kid is a screw-up," he explained. "But, in fact, it's the opposite. The kid is more like the father than the father thinks. So it's very, like all the best of the classic 'Die Hards,' very emotionally driven and very kick-ass."
Director John Moore of "Max Payne" and the "Omen" remake is set to helm "Die Hard 5" with Skip Woods penning the script. "A Good Day to Die Hard" is a follow-up to 2007's "Live Free or Die Hard."