Ignoring the vocal public distaste toward A Good Day To Die Hard, Bruce Willis is getting back into the father-son shooting guys business. Deadline reports that the actor is now attached to star in Extraction, a thriller Silent Night's Steven C. Miller is directing next month. Willis will of course play a very Willis-y character: a former CIA agent whose wife was murdered. With his son--also a CIA agent, naturally--he's since begun developing "a super-weapon called the Condor." But then he gets abducted by terrorists and his kid has to come rescue him, and that's the movie. It's like they say, you either die a hero or live long enough to become the hero's dad who gets kidnapped.