The fifth installment of the Die Hard set is heating up. It is so hot right now that even during filming, an entire building mistakenly caught fire. Okay, I will stop with the play on words. I think you get it by now.
An actual fire broke out on Thursday while the new film, A Good Day to Die Hard in Hungary, was being shot. A high-flying stunt went wrong and an entire building became engulfed in flames.
It has been reported that no one was injured after the pyrotechnics stunt went awry. During production, a helicopter was meant to land near a wooden structure, that had its lobby on fire.
The crew did not anticipate the blades from the copter to heighten the flames, ultimately leading them to take over the building.
Too bad Bruce Willis wasn’t on set to put his hands-on skills to the test. Then again this is his fifth time around so my odds would have been with McClane.