15 February 2013 1:30 PM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Arnold Schwarzenegger released a new movie—it flopped. Sylvester Stallone released a new movie—it flopped, too. This weekend, yet another 1980s-era action-movie star will be put to the test. And, for a change, the early returns are encouraging.  Bruce Willis' A Good Day to Die Hard opened Thursday to an estimated $8.3 million, its studio reported. The sequel finished a close second to the Josh Duhamel-Julianne Hough romantic-drama Safe Haven, which also hit theaters Valentine's Day. Exhibitor Relations senior box-office analyst Jeff Bock said it was likely the Die Hard  installment would win the Presidents' Day holiday weekend box office. A three-day, Friday-Sunday gross in »


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