"Underworld" Man to Direct "Die Hard 4"?

by | May 31, 2006 | Comments

Len Wiseman, the director of both "Underworld" movies as well as the lucky SOB married to Kate Beckinsale, is in negotiations with Fox to direct Bruce Willis in "Die Hard 4." No word yet on how many Lycans John McClane will get to kill in the flick.

From The Hollywood Reporter: "Len Wiseman is in discussions to direct "Die Hard 4" for 20th Century Fox. The fourth installment of the franchise finds hero John McClane coming out of retirement to battle an Internet terrorist organization. Bruce Willis will reprise his role as the fearless cop. Mark Bomback and Doug Richardson penned the screenplay, which at one point was titled "Die Hard 4.0."

Sounds good to me. I’m a big fan of the entire "Die Hard" trilogy, and I also kinda like the "Underworld" flicks. OK, mainly the first one….

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