If you were hoping to see Will Smith leading a charge through an alien-infested landscape in the upcoming sequel to Independence Day, this next bit of news will surely leave you on the disappointed side of the fence.
Apparently the evil alien race that is hellbent on the extinction of humanity is gonna have to wait a bit longer to sink their split-fingered claws into us as the Independence Day sequel has been pushed back a full year.
Is Will Smith going to be reprising his role of Captain Steven Hiller for the upcoming sequel to Independence Day, or is he not? This is the question that's been hanging in the balance for what seems like forever now.
Though we're still unsure whether or not Will Smith will return for ID Forever, a two-part affair that will serve as a sequel to Independence Day, we do know that Bill Pullman and Jeff Goldblum are on board to reprise their roles.
Earlier this year came the sad news that Will Smith would not be reprising the role of Captain Steven Hiller for Roland Emmerich's upcoming Independence Day sequel, tentatively titled ID Forever Part 1.
"We will not go quietly into the night!" News continues to roll in on the 2015 Independence Day sequel, and we've gotten word that two of the main characters from the original film will indeed be returning for the sequel.
Could there have been anyone better than Will Smith's Captain Steven Hiller to deliver the final death blow to the invading alien horde in the classic film Independence Day? Filmmakers had better hope so because they've confirmed that Smith won't be called to duty again.
If there's one thing director Roland Emmerich can do well, it's stage gigantic alien invasion movies that are home to incredible set pieces and lots of big budget carnage! Well, guess what, kids...
Back in September Roland Emmerich revealed that he was working on not one but two sequels to Independence Day tentatively known as ID Forever Part 1 and ID Forever Part 2. Now, while doing press for his latest flick White House Down, he spoke a bit about both.
So now that 2013 is upon us and all the Mayan doomsday nonsense of 2012 can be tossed into the same landfill with the bygone Y2K doomsday conspiracies, Roland Emmerich’s magnum opus 2012 can officially be labeled a comedy. I consider that reason enough to sing.
Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundren first enlisted as Universal Soldiers in 1992. The Roland Emmerich flick even came complete with a theme song that best summed up the two words the violent sci-fi action movie was all about: body count.
The official trailer for the indie flick Hell, produced by Roland Emmerich, is here and it's a scorcher. What better way could there be to get you through hump day than by engaging in some post-apocalyptic shenanigans?
If you're like us, you're somewhat curious to see what Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, 2012, The Day After Tomorrow) can do as a small-scale producer. We'll be finding out soon enough as his low-budget apocalyptic tale Hell (Bright) is coming at us this summer.
Curious to see what Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, 2012, The Day After Tomorrow) can do small scale? Well then, you'll be happy to hear that his low-budget apocalyptic tale Hell has been acquired for U.S. release through Arc Entertainment later this year.
While we're not exactly sure how Dread-worthy this one will turn out, some news has come our way involving bloated action movie director Roland Emmerich's new series for ABC that just may have a nice supernatural edge to it.