EP55 – Die Hard Franchise Sequel

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EP55 – John McClane is back in saddle again on the latest episode of the SequelQuest podcast. The Die Hard movie franchise is one of the most iconic 80’s action film franchises with 5 cinematic adventures that have spanned nearly 30 years. Saving hostages in a Los Angeles high rise from a gang of international thieves led by Alan Rickman as Hans Gruber is what made Bruce Willis a superstar, entertaining millions worldwide.

Since then we’ve seen McClane Die Harder in an airport, Die Hard With A Vengeance on the streets of NYC, Live Free or Die Hard against cyber terrorists and even decide it was A Good Day To Die Hard on the post Soviet Union streets of Russia. So what’s next for John McClane? That’s what Adam, Jeff and Jeramy we’re challenged to do by our special guest Michael Cannetti as we pitched a 6th installment in the Die Hard Series.

Is it time for John McClane to pass his talent for being the wrong guy in the wrong place at the wrong time to the next generation? Letting Mary Elizabeth Winstead or Jai Courtney take on the bad guys? Or does Bruce Willis have one more adventure in him before he rides off into the sunset? The ideas are explosive and you’ll never see what’s coming next!

Discover the personal connection that 2 of our hosts have to the Die Hard films as we discuss filming locations, memorabilia and even find out who was roommates with Argyle the Limo Driver. It’s all here in this action packed episode of SequelQuest. Yippee-Ki-Yay, podcast listener!


Intro Music
Music: Do The Relapse by Domo
Exit Music
Music: You Be The Grudge by Domo
Music: Ode to Joy  from “Die Hard” Soundtrack
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