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Bruce Willis as Lieutenant John McClane in a scene from the film "Die Hard 2", 1990.

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Bruce Willis as Lieutenant John McClane in a scene from the film "Die Hard 2", 1990.
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Bruce Willis as Lieutenant John McClane in a scene from the film "Die Hard 2", 1990.
Bruce Willis as Lieutenant John McClane in a scene from the film "Die Hard 2", 1990.
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Bruce Willis as Lieutenant John McClane in a scene from the film "Die Hard 2", 1990. Die Hard 2 (sometimes referred to as Die Hard 2: Die Harder)[2] is a 1990 American action film and the second in the Die Hard film series. It was released on July 4, 1990. The film was directed by Renny Harlin, and stars Bruce Willis as John McClane. The film co-stars Bonnie Bedelia (reprising her role as Holly McClane), William Sadler, Art Evans, William Atherton (reprising his role as Richard "Dick" Thornburg), Franco Nero, Dennis Franz, Fred Thompson, John Amos, and Reginald VelJohnson, returning briefly in his role as Sgt. Al Powell from the first film. The screenplay was written by Steven E. de Souza and Doug Richardson, adapted from Walter Wager's novel 58 Minutes. The novel has the same premise but differs slightly: A cop must stop terrorists who take an airport hostage while his wife's plane circles overhead. He has 58 minutes to do so before the plane crashes. Roderick Thorp, who wrote the novel Nothing Lasts Forever, upon which Die Hard was based, receives credit for creating "certain original characters", although his name is misspelled onscreen as "Roderick Thorpe". As with the first film, the action in Die Hard 2 takes place on Christmas Eve. McClane is waiting for his wife to land at Washington Dulles International Airport when terrorists take over the air traffic control system. He must stop the terrorists before his wife's plane and several other incoming flights that are circling the airport run out of fuel and crash. During the night, McClane must also contend with airport police, maintenance workers, and a military commander who does not want his assistance. The film was preceded by Die Hard and followed by Die Hard with a Vengeance in 1995, Live Free or Die Hard in 2007 and A Good Day to Die Hard in 2013. Walter Bruce Willis (born March 19, 1955),[1] known professionally as Bruce Willis, is an American actor, producer, and singer. His career began on the Off-Broadway stage and then in television in the 1980s, most notably as David Addison in Moonlighting (1985–1989). He is perhaps best known for his role of John McClane in the Die Hard series, which were critical and financial successes. He has appeared in over 60 films, including Color of Night (1994), Pulp Fiction (1994), 12 Monkeys (1995), The Fifth Element (1997), Armageddon (1998), The Sixth Sense (1999), Unbreakable (2000), Sin City (2005), Red (2010), and The Expendables 2 (2012). Films featuring Willis have grossed between US$2.64 billion and $3.05 billion at the North American box offices, making him the eighth highest-grossing actor in a leading role and 12th-highest including supporting roles.[2][3] He is a two-time Emmy Award winner, two-time Golden Globe Award winner, and has been nominated for a Saturn Award four times. He married actress Demi Moore in 1987 and they had three daughters, including Rumer, before their divorce in 2000. Since 2009, he has been married to model Emma Heming, with whom he has two daughters. Willis was born in Idar-Oberstein, West Germany.[4][5] His father, David Willis, was an American soldier. His mother, Marlene K. Willis,[6] was German, born in Kassel.[4][5] Willis is the oldest of four children: he has a sister, Florence, and a brother, David. His brother Robert died of pancreatic cancer in 2001, aged 42.[7] After being discharged from the military in 1957, Willis' father took his family back to Carneys Point Township, New Jersey.[8] Willis has described himself as having come from a "long line of blue collar people".[8] His mother worked in a bank and his father was a welder, master mechanic, and factory worker.[9] Willis attended Penns Grove High School in his hometown, where he encountered issues with a stutter.[8] He was nicknamed "Buck-Buck" by his schoolmates.[9][10][11] Finding it easy to express himself on stage and losing his stutter in the process, Willis began performing on stage; his high school activities were marked by such things as the drama club and being student council president.[9] After high school, Willis took a job as a security guard at the Salem Nuclear Power Plant[12][13] and transported work crews at the DuPont Chambers Works factory in Deepwater, New Jersey.[13] After working as a private investigator (a role he would play in the television series Moonlighting and the 1991 film The Last Boy Scout), Willis turned to acting. He enrolled in the Drama Program at Montclair State University, where he was cast in the class production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Willis left school in his junior year and moved to New York City,[5] where in the early 1980s he supported himself as a bartender at the West 19th Street art bar Kamikaze.[14]

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