11 Rejected Titles For A Good Day
To Die Hard

Believe it or not, A Good Day To Die Hard doesn’t sound so terrible when you see the other titles the studio considered.

By ModernMan Editors

A Good Day to Die Hard is the fifth installment in the Die Hard franchise, and it’s opening on Valentine’s Day for one obvious reason: It’s the perfect date movie.

Just listen to this romantic plot: Former cop John McClane vacays in Moscow to locate his estranged son, and the two McClanes end up roughing-up bad guys, dodging bullets and explosions, and spitting on a Stalin statue. Wait, actually that sounds like a terrible date movie. It’s way too sappy.

Anyway, critics have agreed that the movie is as bad as its tagline: “Yippee Ki-Yay Mother Russia.” One thing that hasn’t helped A Good Day to Die Hard — its lame title. Still, it turns out that producers considered several even shittier titles before landing on a winner …

Die Hard: Die Harder: Episode V: Dying Hardest

Union of Soviet Socialist Die Hard

Moonlighting 2

Die Hard: Red Square, No Hair

Changing McClanes

“Hey Dad, Let’s Die Hard Or Whatever.”

Kremlins

That One Old Guy Is At It Again!

Like Father, Like Die Hard

A Low Down Dirty McClane

Die Hard 5

TAGS: Bruce Willis, Die Hard, guy movies

 

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