Bruce Willis: 'Die Hard 5' Has 'Got To Go Worldwide'

Bruce Willis at the 'Cop Out' premiere on February 22, 2010 Bruce Willis at the 'Cop Out' premiere on February 22, 2010

Bruce Willis may never stop dying hard.

The actor told MTV News that he’s ready to play John McClane once again in a fifth installment of the action franchise.

“I think we’re going to do a ‘Die Hard 5’ next year,” he said, adding that the new film would expand the saga’s scope.

“It’s got to go worldwide,” Bruce said. “That would be my contribution to [the next movie].”

The star also praised the director of 2007’s “Live Free or Die Hard,” Len Wiseman, telling MTV, “I would hire [him] right now.”

And while Bruce said he takes “a certain amount of pride” in his role in the beloved franchise, he said poking fun at it – as with his comic turn in this Friday’s “Cop Out” – is even better.

“I like so much more making fun of it, taking the piss out of it and not making it a big deal,” he explained. “Not making the fact that I’ve acted in a lot of movies a big deal. It’s all illusion and it’s all bulls*** and it’s a great job for me to have, but everything else you can set on fire. Making people laugh is the real deal.”

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