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February 1, 2013

A Good Day To Die Hard: – L.A. Mural Time Lapse

— Posted by Elliot Hopper


Valentine’s Day is coming up and while it’s the usual love is in the air theme, another reason to look out for February 14th is it marks the release of Die Hard 5 aka A Good Day to Die Hard. This year also marks the 25th Anniversary of the franchise, as the original “Yippie-ki-yay, motherfucker” released back on July 15, 1988. So to commemorate the anniversary, 20th Century Fox commissioned a giant mural in Los Angeles, which was painted by Fernando Cepeda, Alberto Rico and Van Hecht-Nielsen


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