Producer Roland Emmerich still hasn’t given up hopes for a ID4 sequel. In fact, he’s planning more than one.
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?
From The Day After Tomorrow to 2012, Roland Emmerich has made a career out of destroying the world—but now he's going the indie route to see what happens next. We finally have our first look at the new trailer for Emmerich's post-apocalyptic flick Hell, and it's definitely the end of the world as we know it.
Not sure if this is a sign of the coming apocalypse or not, but the Independence Day and Godzilla director is hatching another adventure in which a young scientist learns unimaginable secrets about the true nature of the universe. And, most likely, things will blow up.
The Independence Day and 2012 director has been developing a big-budget sci-fi thriller as his next movie—but Sony put on the brakes and asked him to make it better before spending any more money on it.
Independence Day and 2012 director Roland Emmerich has long had his eye on making a huge-budget version of Isaac Asimov's Foundation series, but it stalled without a suitable script. Now, it seems, with the hiring of a new writer, things are back on track.
That roaring sound outside isn't tropical storm Maria hitting land but the collective sigh of relief about Emmerich's decision to leave Asteroids, the vintage meteorite-blasting arcade game project. Whew! That was close.
Remember that new movie from director Roland Emmerich that was announced a few weeks back, a "found footage" film about an alien invasion? Well, we have some bad news for you.
There's a report that Will Smith has signed for two sequels to his 1996 blockbuster.