It was just a few months ago that director Roland Emmerich and writer/producer Dean Devlin — the dynamic duo behind the original 1994 Stargate movie — were giving us some tantalizing tidbits about the planned reboot.
Earlier this year, Independence Day co-writer Dean Devlin told the world he's got high hopes for the continuation of the franchise because he and co-writer/director Roland Emmerich finally nailed an idea down. Now they've got to make the flicks, and their chief goal seems to be making everything nice and "lovable."
It's been 16 years since Independence Day exploded into theaters as one of the biggest blockbusters of the '90s, but co-creators Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin aren't done yet. A sequel's been whispered about for years, and now Devlin says the team might finally be ready. But why now?
It's been nearly two decades since the original Stargate film came to theaters, and since then, we've watched the concept grow into a series and several spin-offs. But we've wondered what would happen if more FILMS had been made. After all this time, are we finally going to get our answer?