A Good Day To Die Hard? It certainly seems so for Bruce Willis as he steps out for London premiere

It would be easy to think that Bruce Willis’ Die Hard alter ego John McClane, would have had enough of saving the world – but you would be wrong. In the fifth installment of the action packed saga, a now older looking Willis is back, and proves he can still kick some serious ass.

Stepping out in the rain yesterday evening for the London premiere of the movie, Bruce was never far from his wife Emma Heming. After a disastrous appearance on the One Show earlier in the week, perhaps Bruce wanted to win back the approval of his fans. The hard man stopped to sign autographs in the rain and posed with many a hysterical fan, but didn’t seem to talk too much. We wonder if his management politely asked him to keep it zipped.

Pussycat Dolls and TOWIE cast members joined the Hollywood legend on the red carpet – perhaps that’s why he looked so dazed and confused?

The film goes back to basics and introduces John McClane – but this time with his son. For the first time, the New York City cop finds himself on an international stage – as a fish out of water in Moscow. The film introduces McClane’s estranged son Jack, an apple that hasn’t fallen far from the tree, and who may even be more hard-ass than his father. Despite their differences, they must work together to keep each other alive…and keep the world safe for democracy.

Bruce Willis and Emma Heming

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Ashley Roberts

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Kimberly Wyatt

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Joey Essex, Sam Faiers and Harry Derbidge

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Amy Childs and David Peters

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