Bruce Willis is back, again. So is one of his seminal characters, hard-boiled New York City cop John McClane. This is Willis’s fourth shot at playing the droll, deadpan cop who’s quick with a quip and can’t seem to stay out of trouble. On February 11th, in the beautiful city of Hollywood, Warner Brothers is hosting the premiere of “A Good Day to Die Hard.” VIP Concierge has tickets to both the red carpet premiere and the exclusive after-party.
This time, McClane and his son Jack team up to fight terrorists in Russia. Of course, McClane isn’t going to die, even on his worst day. The bad guys are going to take a licking, but getting there is half the fun.
“Die Hard” was Willis’s first big action film. He came to attention as the wisecracking detective on the “Moonlighting” television show with Cybill Shepherd. He was a natural for the role of John McClane, and the success of the “Die Hard” series bears this out. Lots of big muscular guys are able to act macho on film, but Willis has the ability to bring out the character in his characters and make you root for them. As the saying goes, guys want to be him and women want to be with him.
Getting you to the premiere is what VIP Concierge is all about. We specialize in acquiring tickets to movie premieres, Hollywood after-parties for those premieres and tickets to all sorts of award shows, athletic events and action-adventures. Imagine being among the first people in the world to get to see “A Good Day to Die Hard.” Think of how cool it would be to watch the film with the producers, directors, stunt people, and actors. Then, when all the creative folks are kicking back and celebrating their accomplishment at the after-party, you’ll be right there with them. You might even get to have a beer with Bruce Willis.
“A Good Day to Die Hard” is sure to be a big money smash hit. It’s been six years since “Live Free and Die Hard,” the last McClane film. That’s plenty of time for McClane to heal from his last adventure and more than enough time for the writers to put together another wild script.
If you’re a fan of Bruce Willis and “Die Hard,” you should pick up a couple tickets to the premiere and after-party. McClane might die hard, but you can live hard.