The main star of the Die Hard series, up to and including the latest that means Die Hard 4 as wellhas been Bruce Willis, who stars as the role character of John McClane. A person can die from vomiting too much but probably not from vomiting too hard. If a person is vomiting and there is a question that he may be dehydrated, medical help should be sought.
Christina Chang as Taylor Additional characters include Gabriel's henchmen: Matt O'Leary appears as Clay, a hacker who unwittingly gives Gabriel a code, allowing his house to be destroyed.
Jake McDorman plays a small role as Jim, Lucy's boyfriend. Rosemary Knower has a cameo as Mrs. Production[ edit ] Script and title[ edit ] The film's plot is based on an earlier script entitled WW3.
After the September 11, attacks, the project was stalled, only to be resurrected several years later and rewritten into Live Free or Die Hard by Doug Richardson and eventually by Mark Bomback. IGN later reported the film was to be called Die Hard: International trailers use the Die Hard 4.
It has to be embedded in some kind of practical reality in order to give it that edge of being a Die Hard. To achieve this effect, a crane yanked the car and threw it in the air onto the two cars that were also being pulled by cables.
The shot was completed when the two characters were integrated into the footage of the car stunt after the lighting was adjusted and CGI glass and debris were added. This was accomplished by first filming one take where one of Gabriel's henchman, Rand, jumps from the helicopter, and in the next take the car is propelled into the stationary helicopter as it is hoisted by wires.
The final view of the shot overlays the two takes, with added CGI for the debris and moving rotor blades. Police CVPI car used during filming. In order to prevent possible injuries and be in peak condition for the film, Willis worked out almost daily for several months prior to filming.
Willis described the event as "no big deal" but when Len Wiseman inspected his injury, he noticed that the situation was much more serious than previously thought—in the DVD commentary, Wiseman indicates in inspecting the wound that he could see bone.
Willis was hospitalized and received seven stitches which ran through his right eyebrow and down into the corner of his eye. Due to the film's non-linear production schedule, these stitches can accidentally be seen in the scene where McClane first delivers Farrell to Bowman.
Rippenkroeger suffered broken bones in his face, several broken ribs, a punctured lung, and fractures in both wrists. Due to his injuries, production was temporarily shut down. Willis personally paid the hotel bills for Rippenkroeger's parents and visited him a number of times at the hospital.
In some cases, alternate profanity-free dialogue was shot and used or swearing was cut out in post-production to reduce profanity. Director Len Wiseman commented on the rating, saying "It was about three months into it [production], and I hadn't even heard that it was PG But in the end, it was just trying to make the best Die Hard movie, not really thinking so much about what the rating would be.
It seems almost a courageous move to give a picture an R rating these days. But we still made a pretty hardcore, smashmouth film. I just saw it last week. I personally think, it's better than the first one.
All films have been re-rated 15 uncut. US PG version consumer advice read that it "contains frequent action violence and one use of strong language".
The film notably was never released in home media with its theatrical cut, and has only been released in Australia as the extended edition.Sep 27, · Licensed to YouTube by (on behalf of Sleepless Records Inc./Allie X); Sony ATV Publishing, ASCAP, EMI Music Publishing, and 7 Music Rights Societies Show more Show less.
Jun 26, · Watch video · Just went to the world premiere of Die Hard , and I was positively surprised. It delivers action in abundance, and the movie has a great visceral feel to it thanks to great stunt work, and the fact that Willis really steps up in the fight scenes/10(K).
My initial reaction was that I was somehow imagining it; even my biggest hopes didn’t make me think the film would be as good as it is. The plot, though it doesn’t sound like it on paper, is as solid and traditional a Die Hard plot as you can imagine.
Live Free or Die Hard contains some of the series’ best action scenes, including. John McClane is a never-die hardcore detective. That time, he taken on a team of high-tech terrorist team (hackers) who wanted to shut down the whole U.S.
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A simple concept on paper, Die Hard benefits from the fine directorial hand of John McTiernan, who was fresh from making Predator, and a well-crafted script from Steven E. de Souza and Jeb Stuart. But all of that would have fallen flat were it not for the charisma of Willis and his opposite number.