Live Free or Die Hard (2007)
A nighttime shot of Washington D.C. (with a helicopter suddenly crossing the frame) in Die Hard 4 is footage from The Sum of All Fears.
Warlock has a ape from PotA painted on his wall.
McClane says to Freddy that he is a fan of Star Wars.
Matt Farrell gives his name as Daisy Duke when first questioned by McClane
A cardboard standee can be seen of Boba Fett.
The "Big Brother" face that appears on monitors in 1984 is seen on one of Warlock's monitors in the early part of his big scene
A Terminator action figure falls and sets off an explosion.
McClane reacts incredulously to a federal agent stating his name as Johnson. The original Die Hard featured two ineffectual FBI agents with the same name.
McClane picks up and damages a Spawn toy
McClane's daughter refers to him by his first name, to his dismay in the same fashion that Bruce Willis' character Harry Stamper has happen to him in Armageddon. Also, Farrell talks about how it's turning out to be the Armageddon.
David Marconi's script was used for this film which was originally supposed to be a sequel to ''Enemy of the State'' prior to becoming a ''Die Hard'' sequel.
Hacker at computer sees computer act weirdly, hears knocking at the door and goes to the door.
Wolverine figure in Farrell's apartment seen in aftermath of the explosion
McClane when his buddy got scratched: "chicks dig scars". At a pressconference Willis revealed this quote is his favorite line in "Over the Hedge" where he said it in a identical situation.
Jonathan Ross talks to Bruce Willis about him making this upcoming film.
mentioned by Sarah Silverman
Behind-the-scenes / shows clips
Mentioned during Bruce's interview.
Reference to the recent "Die Hard" film
Michael mentions this movie at his second job
characters discuss about the movie.
Gag Reel features outtakes from the filming of Live Free or Die Hard.
Mentioned by Jeremy
Referenced during talk of the years top grossing movies.
An advert is seen on a taxi
Billboard can be seen when Dave hits the streets of New York at the beginning of the movie
Mentioned in "Movie Scores"
Mentioned in the Q&A
mentioned in the opening song
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Noncredit Where Credit is Due"
Subject of a $600 clue in the category "21st Century Cinema"
Buck blames this film on Tom Rothman
Quote in movie....
Referenced by Morgan
Turbo talks to Bruce Willis, who can be seen on a poster of this movie.
Kevin Smith points out that he and Bruce Willis were in this movie together,
Jay mentions that Maggie Q was in the film
"She had more fun in 'Die Hard 4'."
When Duke ram the Monster Truck into the Alien ship resemble the scene where John McClaine destroyed a helicopter with a police car.
Imagery from the film appears in this short
The characters Stan and Jack talk about this movie.
One of the characters in The Controller talks about "Die Hard 4."
During the chase scene on the suspended highway Lori Quaid played by Kate Beckinsale refers to the vehicle Quaid and Melina are escaping in as "AV-81". This is same callsign is used in Live Free Die Hard in reference to the F-35 that has it's signal hacked and tries to kill John Mclane. Both movies are directed by Len Wiseman.
Snob says this movie was originally called Die Hard 4.0
Rev. Hooper says, "Go home and watch one of the 'Die Hard' movies on TV."
mentioned once/poster shown
Referenced in Bruce Willis's opening monologue
Quoted user has an avatar of John McClane from this film
Mentioned by Jimmy when introducing Justin Long
Bruce Willis movie poster shown with dissolve between his face and Ajay's
Mentioned by Peralta
Mentioned by name.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead recalls working on the movie with Bruce Willis
game is played
A character is seen playing the game early in the film
Clips are shown
many clips shown
Clips shown in a segment on Bruce Willis.
Clips of mistakes shown
Clips shown in a segment on John McClane.
A short clip is shown on television
Poster is shown.
Clip from it is used.
Film Brain talks about the Die Hard franchise