Producer Dean Devlin reveals why the Independence Day sequel is no longer a 2-Part movie, explaining plans for his Stargate remake.
Will Smith will not be returning for Independence Day 2, which is slated to begin production in May 2015.
Fox moves Independence Day 2 and Agent 47 release dates, while Hot Tub Time Machine 2 and Paddington move into 2015.
Jeff Goldblum says that he has been written into Independence Day 2, with a draft of the screenplay finally turned in to the studio.
The writer behind upcoming projects Kindergarten Heroes and Spyhunter will take over ID4 sequel duties from James Vanderbilt.
The actor has not read the script for Independence 2 yet, but he's excited to see what the writers have come up with.
The follow-up may still happen, with writer James Vanderbilt working on two separate scripts, one with Will Smith and one without.
Will Smith still hasn't signed on for the sequel. Plus, 20th Century Fox issues new release dates for Fantastic Four and Assassins Creed.
Director Roland Emmerich talks about his daily battles with the budget and the actors. Plus, he confirms plans to split the movie in two have been scrapped.
The Fruitvale Station star also talks about Fantastic Four and the Rocky spin-off Creed. Will this Oscar hopeful have time for everything being thrown his way?
The Fruitvale Station star has met with director Roland Emmerich about taking on an unspecified part in the sci-fi action sequel.
The director reveals that he is no longer attached to Astroids, but offers details on Foundation.
Director Roland Emmerich confirms that the actor is once again interested in returning to the franchise, and that a meeting is planned.
Director Roland Emmerich reveals the actor is too expensive to return, and that the sequel will feature 'about half' of the stars from the original.
20th Century Fox sets new dates for X-Men: Days of Future Past, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and Assassin's Creed.
Director Roland Emmerich reveals that the aliens' journey back to Earth may only take a few weeks for them, but it takes 20 to 25 years for humans.
The studio was planning to release the 3D version of Roland Emmerich's classic sci-fi action film on July 3, 2013.
Writer Dean Devlin also reveals both follow-ups will be converted to 3D in post-production.