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Roland Emmerich has admitted that it's taken 20 years for Independence Day 2 to be released because the technology just wasn't there to match his vision.
If you watched the debut trailer for Independence Day: Resurgence that dropped earlier today, you probably noticed an interesting lack of Will Smith's Steven Hiller.
With a little more than a year to go until Roland Emmerich’s Independence Day sequel reaches theaters, Fox invited a handful of journalists into the deserts of New Mexico to learn in-depth details about the latest extraterrestrial threat to our evolving planet. Here's what we learned.
The first promo art and synopsis for Roland Emmerich's Independence Day 2 ups the alien invasion ante in a huge way.
As more news begins to come out about Independence Day 2, we begin to get a clearer picture of just how much more is really going on here, including another awesome new cast member.
The United States of America will have a President in Independence Day 2, just don't expect it to be Bill Pullman.
After years of rumors and false starts and never really getting anywhere, Independence Day 2 has finally started rolling. They’ve already brought back some familiar faces, as well as added new cast members and characters to the alien invasion actioner, and director Roland Emmerich took to social media to confirm two more actors are coming back.
Independence Day 2 is bringing back Brent Spiner's Dr. Brackish Okun, and it's also cast one of the most promising young actresses in Hollywood.
Independence Day 2 continues to solidify its cast, as the film approaches its June 24, 2016 release date. Now director Rolland Emmerich has announced the latest to join the cast will be none other than Vivica A. Fox.
Things are happening, and if reports are to be believed, this is the start of a long run of ID4 movies. Now, can we get to work about changing that title?
In honor of his latest film, Focus, please join us as we run down the 10 best Will Smith performances of his career so far.
Today is the day when, all around the world, fireworks are ignited as people celebrate the departure of 2014 and the arrival of 2015. So it seems only appropriate that we would end our year in cinema with a bang as well:
Independence Day 2 is happening! And we even have a release date for the blockbuster sequel. Can you guess what holiday it is being released on?
Independence Day 2, a movie you might think demands to open on the big movie-going holiday that it is named for will no longer debut on July 4th weekend.
Gilbert Gottfried has made a career out of his unique voice and comedic time, creating some of memorable—and amusing—characters in film over the years. He’s probably best known for voicing Iago in Aladdin, but more recently, he decided to do redo a famous speech from another nineties hit, Independence Day.
Could it be that we’ve forgotten how great disaster movies used to be? Because for a while, they were to Hollywood what superhero movies are at the moment: the red-hot genre that lured the best actors, directors and below-the-line talents in the industry.
Imagine this. You're challenged with sending a probe out into space to explain America to some alien species that has never heard of us. Assume that the basics of what humanity is, what countries are, etc. have been explained somewhere else. This is just a challenge to get across the idea of America-- as a country, as an ideal, as a place where movies are made-- to someone who has never heard of it
We're pretty psyched around here about what a fantastic year The Rock has been having, and it's a shame that we're going into the rest of the summer movie season without one of his movies to look forward to. But as we take a moment to pause and give thanks to this great country of ours on Independence Day, take a moment to think about The Rock, our brawny, real-life superhero with soul
And while I’m usually against sequels ripping off their original films, but if this movie doesn’t feature Goldblum’s drunken nervousness and Whitmore giving a speech to end all speeches, then I hope the aliens win.
But don't start getting concerned that he's totally averse to big names appearing. In addition to the promised return of Bill Pullman as (now) ex-President Thomas Whitmore, Emmerich says about half of the characters in the current script are familiar from the first film, while half of them are new. Of course, one of those familiar characters could easily be Smith's stepson