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'Die Hard' to Hold Movie Marathon in Time for Valentine's Day

January 16, 2013 (4:55 am) GMT
All four installments of the Bruce Willis-led film franchise will be screened on February 13, a day before 'A Good Day to Die Hard' opens Stateside.

In anticipation of the Valentine's Day release of "", 20th Century Fox spreads good news for devoted fans of the -starring actioner. The studio announces that it will host a "Die Hard" movie marathon for one day only on Wednesday, February 13.

Details on which theaters set to host the marathon will be announced soon. It is confirmed that the event will screen all the previous "Die Hard" films, including the massively-successful first 1988 installment.

Following its success, Fox created three more movies of the franchise, "Die Hard 2: Die Harder" (1990), "Die Hard with a Vengeance" (1995) and "" (2007). All four films revolve around protagonist character John McClane, a New York City police detective who fights a group of terrorists in each installment.

The upcoming chapter, meanwhile, will see McClane on foreign soil for the first time after traveling to Moscow to help his wayward son Jack (). McClane is unaware that his son is really a highly-trained CIA operative out to stop a nuclear weapons heist. With the Russian underworld in pursuit, and battling a countdown to war, the duo discover their opposing methods make them unstoppable heroes.

The movie has recently been rated R.


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