North American Home Release For ‘A Good Day To Die Hard’ Reveals Tons Of Bonus Material

Everyone knows our opinion of the fifth film in the DIE HARD franchise, A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD. It’s total crap. Right? I’ve just received word from Fox in the US that the home release of the movie is set for the 4th June on DVD and Blu-Ray and on their Digital HD platform on May 14th. You can read our theatrical review of the film by Fordy right here (it ain’t pretty), but a much harder, longer version is expected for the home release. I’m hoping for some harder action on the UK version of the discs when its released later in the summer, but for now here’s the full rundown of the US bonus materials expected for the North American release. There’s a ton of them.

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Bruce Willis is back in action — mind-blowing, heart-stopping, rip-roaring action — as John McClane, the heroic New York cop with a knack for being in the wrong place at the right time. John’s latest predicament takes him all the way to Russia to track down his estranged son, Jack (Jai Courtney), who has been imprisoned in Moscow. But the mission takes a deadly turn as father and son must join forces to thwart a nuclear weapons heist that could trigger World War III!
We’ll of course bring you more details on the UK release as we get them.

Disc 1: Blu-ray

  • Extended Cut of the Film
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Jack Scopes Out Courthouse
  • Collins Gets Approval to Move
  • John McClane Original Introduction
  • Russian Girls on Plane
  • Safe House Intrusion
  • Gun Store
  • Fight with Anton
  • Making it Hard to Die
  • Introduction
  • Stunts
  • Helicopters and Aerial
  • Special Effects
  • Motion Base
  • Armoury
  • Russia and Budapest
  • The Look of the Movie
  • Chernobyl
  • Camera Work
  • Editorial Los Angeles
  • Color Grading
  • Visual Effects
  • Film Scoring
  • Wrap Up
  • Anatomy of a Car Chase
  • Two of a Kind
  • Back in Action
  • The New Face of Evil
  • Pre-vis
  • Cold Opening
  • Cold Opening
  • Truck Chase
  • VFX Sequences
  • Stills: Gallery
  • Storyboards
  • Concept Art
  • Theatrical trailers
  • Commentary by Director John Moore and First Assistant Director Mark Cotone
  • Maximum McClane

Disc 2: DVD & Digital Copy (Film only)

Source: Fox

Paul has been writing for film websites for over ten years. The Hollywood News was born out of love for film and his frustration at not being a very good filmmaker himself. Those who cannot do, write about – or so they say. Aside from the site, Paul has directed a music video (badly), has one credit to his name on the IMDb, enjoys running, driving (now that he has finally passed his test at the age of 33), and of course going to the movies.

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