"I just asked Justin Long if he would do something for the show and he said absolutely, 100 percent he would," Q tells us.
She said, "I actually have an idea for a character for him and I just presented it to the writers and they were like, 'Genius! We love it!' So we're writing it now and then we're going to send it to him."
Maggie Q and Justin Long go way back that's why he agreed to do it. But as to doing action and fight scenes, this is what he had to say:
"I'd have to, right? I can't kick her ass," he told us Tuesday at the L.A. premiere of Conviction. "We've talked about it. Maggie's a dear friend of mine so it would be fun. I'd love to work with her again."
Awww, such a good friend.
Check out this video of Maggie Q and Justin Long promoting Die Hard 4.0
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