Whether you consider it a Christmas movie or not, I think we can all agree that Die Hard is freakin’ awesome.
20th Century Fox sure thinks it’s a Christmas movie, dubbing it “The Greatest Christmas Story Ever Told.” To take that a step further, they’ve released a new holiday trailer for the movie, which is currently celebrating its 30th anniversary. You can check it out below.
DIE HARD is getting the Ultimate Christmas Makeover
with All-New Festive Trailer for the Holiday Season
â€˜Twas the night before Christmas, at Nakatomi Plaza,
The office party was festive, but soon interrupted by drama.
Hans Gruber and his men, had forced their way in,
And taken everyone hostage, trapping them within.
But how could they know, there was a cop up above,
John McClane had arrived, to win back his wifeâ€™s love.
He would take them all out, winning everyoneâ€™s praise,
Welcoming Christmas Day, with his favorite catchphrase.
YIPPEE KI YAY!
Bruce Willis is John McClane in the film that launched the billion-dollar action franchise, DIE HARD. McClane, a New York City cop, flies to L.A. on Christmas Eve to visit his wife at a party in her companyâ€™s lavish high-rise. Plans change once a group of terrorists, led by Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman), seize the building and take everyone hostage, McClane slips away and becomes the only chance anyone has in this beginning-to-end heart-stopping action thriller.
Facing Christmas 3,000 miles from his estranged wife and two children, New York policeman John McClane (Bruce Willis) flies to Los Angeles bearing presents and hoping to patch up his marriage. Stylish and cool Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman) is in Los Angeles as well for the holiday season, but he’s not there to give out presents. He’s there to take: more than $600 million in negotiable bearer bonds from the multinational Nakatomi Corporation, where McClane’s wife Holly (Bonnie Bedelia) is an executive. When the takeover becomes hostile, it’s up to John McClane to take on the terrorists with all the grit and determination he can muster–but not without a sense of humor.