Strange phenomena surface around the globe. The skies ignite. Terror races through the world's major cities. As these extraordinary events unfold, it becomes increasingly clear that a force of incredible magnitude has arrived; its mission: total annihilation over the Fourth of July weekend. The last hope to stop the destruction is an unlikely group of people united by fate and unimaginable circumstances.
Want to know more about what happened between 1996's Independence Day and next year's Independence Day: Resurgence? You're in luck. A new comic will bridge the original movie and it's sequel. And it will help set up new characters while reestablishing old acquaintances. Best of all, this in-canon tale will delve into the very dark recesses of the sci-fi franchise.
It isn't yet known who will be writing this Independence Day 2 prequel comic book, and none of the artists have been announced. The title comes as another anticipated tie-in for Titan's licensed comic book line. They current have a very popular comic in circulation based on the hit BBC series Doctor Who. They also publish comic book series based on NBC's The Blacklist and the video game Assassin's Creed. There will also be a series tied into NBC's upcoming revival series Heroes Reborn.Read More
A sequel to the 1996 sci-fi blockbuster Independence Day has long been in the planning stages, and as it stands now, we will be getting two back-to-back follow-ups with ID Forever - Part 1 and ID Forever - Part 2, the first of which, as far as we can tell, is still being planned for a 2015 release. Though, that may change, pushing the release date of that first chapter to 2016.
Made for $130 million, After Earth was a domestic disaster, bringing in only $60.5 million at the box office. It has since gone onto earn $183 in foreign territories, for a total of $243 million worldwide. Not a total loss, but it certainly tarnished Will Smith's name as the king of the summer blockbuster. It's possible that he now wants to return for ID Forever - Part 1 and ID Forever - Part 2 to restore some of that former glory. It's also possible that after he failed to open this sci-fi stinker, his asking price has been lowered.Read More
20th Century Fox has issued a fitting July 3, 2015 release to the Independence Day sequel, currently titled ID Forever - Part 1. No date has been given for ID Forever - Part 2, but it would seem likely that this will be released on the same weekend in either 2016 or 2017.
The studio has also set a July 31, 2015 date for Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, which may now be called Peregrine's Home for Peculiars.Read More
Independence Day 3 is in development .Read More
http://movieweb.com/person/will-smith/ 20th Century Fox has pulled the plug on the 3D version of Roland Emmerich's sci-fi action film Independence Day. We http://movieweb.com/independence-day-3d-coming-to-theaters-july-of-2013/reported that the studio was planning the 3D release back in May.
Roland Emmerich's apocalyptic sci-fi film starred Will Smith, Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum and Randy Quaid. The story followed Captain Steven Hiller as he battled invading space aliens. The film brought in over $800 million worldwide.Read More
While it may be quite some time before these sequels hit theaters, the original Independence Day will be re-released in 3D July 3, 2013.
Independence Day was released July 3rd, 1996.Read More
Twentieth Century Fox announced today some major additions to its 2013-14 release slate, along with some date changes.
On the heels of the $344 million worldwide success of Titanic 3D, the studio and director Roland Emmerich, in conjunction with Stereo 3D, which did the work on Titanic, will produce a top quality 3D version of the iconic Independence Day. ID43D will be released worldwide on July 3, 2013.Read More
Back in November of 2009, we reported that director Roland Emmerich is planning back-to-back sequels for the 1996 blockbuster Independence Day. It seems that plan is still intact, with screenwriter Dean Devlin said to be delivering both screenplays for Independence Day 2 and Independence Day 3 by mid-December. However, Will Smith may not return to star in these sequels.
Will Smith has reportedly asked for $50 million to shoot both sequels back-to-back, which Fox declined. Nothing is official yet, since negotiations were halted to focus on the scripts, but it seems Fox is willing to make the sequels without Will Smith.Read More