There are many reasons to be jolly over the holiday season, but one of my favorites is an excuse to revisit the adventures of John McClane, as he struggles to retake Nakatomi Plaza from sinister Eurotrash terrorists. Sadly, (with the possible exception of Die Hard With A Vengeance), the rest of the series doesn’t quite live up to the original, and the last entry, the Russia-set A Good Day to Die Hard, was just straight up terrible. But perhaps the upcoming prequel, McClane, could breathe some new life into the franchise.
Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventure was interviewed by /Film recently and he spoke about what he’d like to see from the project. More specifically, he was asked if director