A giant mural of Bruce Willis's Die Hard character John McClane has been unveiled to celebrate 25 years since the first film was released.
A black sheet with the words "A Good Day to Die Hard" hung over the mural before fireworks lit the night's sky and the painting was unveiled, but Willis admitted he was taken aback by the image.
He said: "It makes me shy, well its big isn't it? It's a lot of everything. There's a little tiny air conditioning duct, but I think we shot it right over here just around the stages, but yeah it's just nice. It's nice that Fox would do this."
Willis, 57, stars in the fifth Die Hard film, which is set to be released on February 14,