Charles Gordon, a film and television producer who earned an Oscar nomination for his work on 1989's "Field of Dreams," has died of cancer. He was 73. Gordon's brother, Lawrence Gordon, who he shared the Oscar nomination with, confirmed his death. "Although he was 11 years younger, he was more like an older brother to […]
Thirty years after it premiered in theaters, we go deep inside "Die Hard," the action classic with a treasure trove of little-known, behind-the-scenes anecdotes.
The next installment in the “Die Hard” franchise will no longer be titled “Year One,” but will bear the title “McClane,” a spokesperson from 20th Century Fox confirmed. Also Read: Is 'Die Hard' a Christmas Movie?
To celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of Bruce Willis’s 1988 film, as well as the impending premiere of "Skyscraper," we present the ten (well technically eleven, but who's counting) movies to take their cue from "Die Hard."
This year's preservation slate includes the 1987 musical biopic "La Bamba," ''Superman" from 1978, the 2000 thriller "Memento" and 1941's animated "Dumbo."
‘Die Hard 5’ (Photo: 20th Century Fox) Bruce Willis doesn’t yet have a deal to return for the quasi-prequel. By Jeff Sneider 20th Century Fox is in discussions with Len Wiseman to have the Live Free or Die Hard director return to produce and direct a sixth installment in the unstoppable action franchise that would serve as a quasi-prequel for Bruce Willis‘ beloved cop character John McClane, an individual familiar with the situations has told TheWrap. Lorenzo di Bonaventura would produce the new Die Hard with Wiseman because the film would rework a different project that was controlled by di Bonaventura. Wiseman pitched a new take incorporating the Die Hard mythology to di Bonaventura, who has a strong relationship with his G.I.
Today, computer glitches have temporarily grounded United Airlines, halted trading at the New York Stock Exchange, and taken down the Wall Street Journal website. What is happening in the world? There may be a simple explanation: We’re living in a Die Hard plot. Two journalists on Twitter, Paper Magazine’s Eric Thurm and The Washington Examiner’s Dave Brown, have pointed out that today’s events mirror the cyber-terrorist plot of 2007’s Live Free or Die Hard.
Over the last year, a film editor and Vimeo user who goes by the name Roman Holiday has been collecting some of the most prominent and oft-used shots and turning them into a series of very cool supercuts on everything from table flips to men’s butts. Roman Holiday also puts together “Up Close” supercuts of the close-ups in various films, creating a part-mesmerizing, part-disconcerting log of all the zoomed images that filmmakers so often use to convey important information.