BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Roland Emmerich’s Stonewall has incited an uproar from the LGBT community. I spoke with Emmerich during the press junket for the film, and he gave a more in-depth explanation behind these changes.
Roland Emmerich recently announced the end of filming on his long-planned Independence Day 2, subtitled Resurgence. So, when will fans get to see the first footage of this highly anticipated film?
Intended to pay tribute to a historic event in the gay rights movement, Roland Emmerich's Stonewall has sparked an unexpected controversy, and the disaster film director has responded to the outrage.
It’s only been a couple of days since the first trailer for Stonewall was released but already people are calling for boycotts.However, it may not be from where you think.
Rolan Emmerich's latest film, Stonewall, dramatizes one of the defining moments in the early days of the gay rights movement, and you can watch the powerful new trailer here.
If you've been putting off going to see Terminator: Genisys, if you go see it on July 4th you'll get a special surprise, the first teaser trailer for Independence Day: Resurgence.
Roland Emmerich’s Independence Day: Resurgence will be in theaters a year from now, opening up on June 24, 2016. We will have a lot more from the set as we get closer to the release, but for now, enjoy this delicious photobomb, and have a great Fourth of July weekend!
The way that the director recounted, Smith initially was very excited about returning to Independence Day, where he’d once again play courageous fighter pilot Captain Steven Hiller. Young Jessie Usher was cast as Hiller’s child, Dylan. Vivica A. Fox even agreed to return as former-stripper Jasmine. The family unit was basically intact for Independence Day: Resurgence. What happened?
Today has been a rather big one for the production of Roland Emmerich’s Independence Day: Resurgence. Not only has the movie announced its official title and revealed new plot details, but now we have our first look at two of the powerful space crafts that will be utilized by some of the lead characters in the blockbuster:
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.
On Monday night, live from New Mexico, Independence Day director Roland Emmerich and the cast of his wildly anticipated sequel will be holding a press conference where they are expected to reveal details about next summer’s blockbuster… even dropping the title of the ID4 follow up (if rumors are to be believed).
The first promo art and synopsis for Roland Emmerich's Independence Day 2 ups the alien invasion ante in a huge way.
You maniacs! You blew it up... again! And again. See what six landmarks rank among the most destroyed tourist traps in film history.
You can’t have an Independence Day sequel without Jeff Goldblum! The actor returns for the blockbuster, along with some of his fellow ID2 co-stars, and he looks pretty happy to be back by the look of the latest set selfie. Although, we were kinda hoping to see some aliens.
Thanks to her performances in the acclaimed horror films The Guest and It Follows, Maika Monroe has found herself on Hollywood's radar in a big way... so it was only a matter of time before a big upcoming blockbuster recruited her.
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.
Roland Emmerich's Stargate reboot has officially got its writers. Nicholas Wright and James A. Woods are in final negotiations for the second of a planned trilogy that somehow got stalled after the film raked in $200 million worldwide when it debuted back in 1994.
Which of our beloved Independence Day characters will return for another go in the upcoming sequel has been a point of debate. However, director Roland Emmerich recently tweeted a photo of a certain character that could apparently be back for Independence Day 2.