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Bruce Willis filming 5th 'Die Hard' flick in Hungary

Bruce Willis was back on set on Sunday in the fifth film in the Die Hard franchise entitled A Good Day to Die Hard.

The Hollywood actor was joined on set by Australian, Jai Courtney, who plays Willis’s son Jack McClane and German actor, Sebastian Koch, who is cast as Komorov.

Directed by John Moore, the majority film is being shot in Hungary, over a three month period.

In A Good Day to Die Hard, Willis revisits the role of John McClane, Hungary is doubling for Russia and Willis is once again having a bad day whist trying to save his son, Jack McClane, who is played by Courtney.

The film has already suffered a setback after a fire on-set destroyed part of a structure on July 5. Filmmakers 20th Century Fox issued a statement in which they said: “No one was injured by the flames, which occurred during a pyrotechnics stunt.”

Willis was not on the set at the time of the accident.

Filming has also involved the Hungarian military with a MI-24 helicopter being used to film scenes shot over the Hungarian capital.

A Good Day to Die Hard is currently set get its global rollout in cinemas in mid-February, 2013.