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A Good Day to Die Hard

Edited here at Screen Scene, Dublin, the most recent instalment in the beloved Die Hard franchise earned over 300 million at the Box office during its cinema run in 2013, with audiences coming out in droves to see Bruce Willis once again reprise the iconic role of John McClane, the wise cracking New York cop with a knack for finding himself in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Helmed by Director John Moore (Max Payne, Flight of the Phoenix), the latest McClane outing saw our hero come up against his greatest challenge to date, this time on an international stage, when his estranged son Jack got caught up in the daring prison escape of a rogue Russian leader, forcing father and son to work together to keep the world safe for democracy… a goal they achieved by issuing bullets and wisecracks into the deserving faces of any and all terrorists unfortunate enough to cross their path.

The film was cut by Dan Zimmerman (Max Payne) and his team of PJ Burch (The Soloist) and Ian Silverstein (Max Payne) in a subterranean suite of cutting rooms here on Upper Mount Street, with SSVFX whipping up both the pre-viz and some special effects for the film.