Half of the movie will see McClane as a rookie police officer in the early 1980s, with the rest of the movie being set in the present day. It has also been reported that the film will feature the popular Hollywood actor, Bruce Willis, who has been a part of the franchise since the first installment. The series follows the adventures of John McClane (portrayed by Bruce Willis), a New York City and Los Angeles police detective who continually finds himself in the middle of violent crises and intrigues where he is the only hope against disaster.
Kiwi skier Adam Hall wins bronze in super combined at Winter Paralympics
Arthur Bauchet of France finished in silver medal position after being fastest in the first run of the Super-G, earlier today. It is a technical event with a longer course and fewer gates than the slalom.
Willis first starred as McClane in the 1988 classic film, which was based on author Roderick Thorp's novel Nothing Lasts Forever and was last seen as the character in 2013 in A Good Day To Die Hard.
According to the TB report, the film will be set in 1970s NY, but will go back and forth between past and present, which is where Willis comes in.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald Trailer - Goosebumps Guaranteed
Directed by David Yates and written by J K Rowling, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald releases on November 16 this year. The makers have released the second part titled Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald and it is enthralling.
The Hayes brothers more often write horror movies than any other genre, though they do have a few action projects sprinkled here and there, and have at least one in development.
The franchise has gone on to produce a number of video games, and a comic book, and later in 2017 was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry.
Microsoft to open 2 cloud centres in Germany
Etisalat is also consulting on migration and managed services to see to the smooth transition of business customers to the cloud. Microsoft has announced plans to build its first Middle East and North Africa data centres in Dubai and Abu Dhabi .