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John Moore Close to Direct 'Die Hard 5', Breck Eisner Eyed for 'Red 2'

September 1, 2011 (9:32 am) GMT
While the 'Max Payne' helmer is in negotiation to direct the fifth 'Die Hard' film, another action movie starring Bruce Willis is still looking for a suitable filmmaker.
John Moore Close to Direct 'Die Hard 5', Breck Eisner Eyed for 'Red 2'

After going through a long search, "Die Hard 5" is finally closing in to naming its director. Breaking the news was Deadline which reported that "" helmer John Moore is currently in final negotiation with 20th Century Fox for the role behind the lens for the fifth film in the action franchise.

Moore was not the only candidate who was considered to replace Noam Murro, who exited the project after he's tapped for "300: Battle of Artemisia". Previously, the studio have short-listed several other names, including "" director Justin Lin, "" helmer Nicolas Refn, and "" filmmaker Joe Cornish.

Expected to be shot in Russia, "Die Hard 5" will serve as the follow-up to "" which was released in 2007. is set to reprise his role as John McClane before working on "", a sequel to 2010's "" which is still looking for its director.

Rumor has it, Summit Entertainment is eyeing "" helmer Breck Eisner for "Red 2". Eiser himself has been considered to take on the directing seat since director Robert Schwentke, who was previously being rumored to helm "Red 2", is currently busy working on "" which stars and .

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