Bruce Willis Starts Shooting "Die Hard 4" -- in Baltimore

by | September 21, 2006 | Comments

Yes, that’s right: The newest "Die Hard" entry, tentatively (we hope) entitled "Live Free or Die Hard," has begun production in Baltimore — a city that has a really awesome aquarium, should you ever spend a weekend there.

From WJZ.com: "The production company for the fourth ‘Die Hard’ film, tentatively titled "Live Free or Die Hard," has setup shop in Baltimore for a weeklong shoot, starting Saturday.

Star Bruce Willis once again plays NYPD detective John McClane, who battled European terrorists in an L-A high-rise in "Die Hard" (1988), drug-world terrorists at DC’s Dulles airport in "Die Hard 2" (1990) and the brother of the lead terrorist from the first film in "Die Hard With a Vengeance."

In his latest battle, Willis takes on techno-terrorists who are trying to shut down the nation’s computer systems on the Fourth of July.

‘Die Hard 4’ is bringing a vote of confidence to Maryland, which is fast becoming the new Hollywood. In 2004 the John Travolta flick ‘Ladder 49‘ was filmed in Baltimore, and earlier this year the Disney Studios film ‘Step Up‘ was shot on location in Charm City."

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(Wow, "Ladder 49" AND "Step Up"??? Baltimore IS the New Hollywood!)

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