(LOS ANGELES) -- Bruce Willis' latest Die Hard movie debuted as the weekend's top draw - raking in more than $33 million since its opening Thursday.
In A Good Day to Die Hard, the fifth film in the action series, Bruce Willis reprises his role of tough New York cop John McClane, who teams up with his estranged son to protect a Russian government whistleblower.
Identity Thief surprised the movie industry by stealing second place with $23.4 million besting the debut of the new Nicholas Sparks' romantic drama Safe Haven by $2 million.
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