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IN Celebrities ON 10 May, 2016
With the coming of the 2nd flick of Roland Emmerich's series Independence Day, let's take a walk down the memory lane and revise our facts and figures about the 1996 blockbuster. Independence Day: Resurgence has action, mind blowing effects and extravagant sets to keep you astound and connected to the previous edition. Lots of movies on aliens have been made but no one captures the mind and imagination as Roland does.
Remember captain Steven Hiller from part 1? Well, for your information the role was played by Will Smith and its Liam Hemsworth this time, saving the human race from the attacks of aliens. As the saga continues Liam Hemsworth is filled with rage against aliens because his parents were killed during the 1st attack. Blood for blood!
In 1994, Roland Emmerich, the director was asked by a reporter that does he believe in aliens? And he said NO. Surprised by the answer, the reporter asked, how could you make movies based on things you don't believe. Roland Emmerich replied - I don't believe in aliens but "I believe in fantasy".
Not much popular among the critics with ratings as low as 6.9 by IMDb and 61% by Rotten Tomatoes, Independence Day went on to become the highest-grossing film of 1996 with a worldwide box office collection of $ 817,355,682.
Jessie Usher who is portraying Dylan Dubrow will be acting as the step-son of Steven Hiller( Will Smith). Let's wait and watch if he can do it the Will Smith way.
Numerous UFOs and aliens have been sighted till now. With no clear reported sightings, the USA has always been quiet on this subject. Beware! Someone might be right behind you. Scary ain't it? Area 51 is a delusional puzzle till the date with reported sightings of unidentified objects.
The image you see above is of "The Moon Tug". It is a model spacecraft created for shooting the movie. "The Moon Tug" is that badass spacecraft which is guaranteed to scare the shit out of the aliens. Aliens you want some, come get some!
I am waiting to watch the movie eagerly!