Something is amiss in Die Hard land as Bruce Willis has popped up in a short teaser implying a possible return of John McClane.

A 15-second teaser was posted on Twitter by his daughter Rumer Willis that shows Bruce Willis walking down a foggy Christmas light-lit street to the sound of someone whistling. The text reads, “as one story ends…a new one begins” followed by an October 18, 2020 date and the hashtag #DieHardIsBack.

It’s unclear if this is teasing a movie or possible spinoff TV series starring Willis, but something is definitely happening.

Her tweet also indicated this is an ad for something, so maybe it’s just a Die Hard-themed product of some sort? The holidays are right around the corner, after all, even though Willis himself says Die Hard is definitively not a Christmas movie.

It’s also worth noting that Andy Samberg’s music group The Lonely Island also quote Tweeted the teaser with the text “Tell your dad we still want him to be on B99!” Could this actually be teasing a crossover event on Brooklyn Nine-Nine that involves Willis’ iconic Detective?

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Rumors of a sixth Die Hard installment have been circulating around the internet ever since the disappointing reception of 2013’s A Good Day to Die Hard, including a possible reunion with Samuel L. Jackson’s character Zeus. While that clearly didn’t pan out, Willis is no stranger to reprising roles years after the last film.

What do you think this teaser is for? A movie? A spinoff or TV series? A cameo? Let us know what you’d like to see in the comments below.

For more Die Hard find out where it ranks on our list of best Christmas movies of all-time and all the best (and worst) Die Hard ripoffs.

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Matthew Adler is a Features, News, Previews, and Reviews writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @MatthewAdler and watch him stream on Twitch.

Source: 'Die Hard Is Back': Bruce Willis Ad Teases Return of John McClane