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Chocolate Bruce Willis Die Hard Sculpture: Yummy-Ki-Yay!

by Conner Flynn
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This chocolate sculpture of Bruce Willis was made for a press conference in Japan for the release of A Good Day To Die Hard. It looks even more like Bruce Willis than Joseph Gordon-Levitt did in Looper. It’s a good day to bite hard on this delicious sculpture.
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Only the Japanese could take a pointless movie sequel and use it as a good excuse to make a life-sized chocolate treat. Who else is going to do it? No one! Thank you, kind people of Japan.

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Come out to Japan… Check your own likeness in chocolate… Have a few bites. Little did John McClane know that Japanese terrorists had turned the heat up in the building, threatening to melt the sculpture unless they got 640 million dollars in bearer bonds.

[via Kotaku via GeekTyrant]

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