"Die Hard 4" Signs Justin Long and Maggie Q

by | September 22, 2006 | Comments

With "Live Free or Die Hard" production already underway (in … Baltimore), we’re now getting a few confirmations on new cast members. As reported earlier, Justin Long is in the cast as McClane’s sidekick, and Maggie Q will play a mega-hot computer hacker.

From The Hollywood Reporter: "Justin Long and Maggie Q are coming aboard "Live Free or Die Hard," 20th Century Fox’s fourth installment of the "Die Hard" series. Len Wiseman is directing. Bruce Willis is reprising his role as John McClane. The story centers on an attack on the U.S.’ computer infrastructure that begins to shut the country down. The mysterious figure behind the scheme has figured out every digital angle but never counts on an old-fashioned "analog" McClane. Long will play a smart, younger guy who assists McClane. Q will play a world-class hacker at odds with McClane. Production begins this month."

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