No, they haven't changed the title of the next Die Hard flick or added a fifth installment to the franchise, however Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson have signed on to star in Black Water Transit, which marks the first time these two have appeared on screen together since 2000's Unbreakable(Heh, based on this post's title, I bet you thought I'd slip up there). While we've already heard rumors about Willis' involvement in Transit, his name never showed up on IMDB and some folks were confused as to whether or not he was actually in this thing. Well, you can sleep safe tonight because he is ... we think. And hope.
The pic itself has already suffered through a few setbacks, the first coming after Vin Diesel abruptly bailed out of his role shortly before filming was to begin this past summer. Thus, the date was pushed back and instead of starting in Chicago, production will begin February 12 in New Orleans. We're not sure whether the extra time allowed filmmakers to now throw in a little hurricane Katrina subplot, but seeing as they've shifted cities, it certainly looks and feels that way. Pic will revolve around a group of criminals, cops and lawyers whose lives intertwine in dangerous ways over a shipment of illegal firearms and a double homicide. Also signed on to star are Kevin Bacon, James Franco and Sophie Okonedo.