'A Good Day to Die Hard' poster has the only tagline a 'Die Hard' movie set in Russia would ever need -- EXCLUSIVE

Here’s a first look at the new teaser poster for A Good Day to Die Hard, and while it’s about as minimalist as Bruce Willis’ hairstyle, it still tells us pretty much everything we need to know about the new movie: Bruce is back, most of the action will take place in Russia, and there’s a decent chance the franchise will remain PG-13 friendly, you no-good melon farmer. Oh, and Jai Courtney will be joining as Jack McClane, John’s estranged son — but that can presumably wait until the next batch of promotional materials.

The tagline is a thing of groan-worthy beauty, combining McClane’s trademark catchphrase and wit with his penchant for getting into trouble at an exponentially increasing rate: First a skyscraper, then an airport, then a city, then a country, and now finally the world. One can only assume this will be setting up the sixth film, where McClane hitches a ride on a Russian rocket to do battle with the third Gruber brother, Franz, aboard the International Space Station. Or something like that. Check it out below: 

A Good Day to Die Hard hits theaters on Feb. 14, 2013, inescapably making it A Good Valentine’s Day to Die Hard.

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