Bruce Willis was on hand last night at 20th Century Fox studios to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his blockbuster franchise with a new mural on the backlot. From certain angles the mural McClane looks more like a young Mel Gibson, but filmmakers and execs (including Twilight producer Wyck Godfrey) didn’t seem to mind as the next pic in the franchise — the Russia-set A Good Day To Die Hard, which premieres February 14 — had its first screening, followed by a “red” Russia-themed reception on the 21st floor of where else, but Nakatomi Tower (aka Fox Plaza). Willis was joined by Good Day To Die Hard co-stars Jai Courtney, Rasha Bukvic and Yuliya Snigir, director John Moore, and 20th Century Fox Film chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos.
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