Independence Day 1 and 2 director Roland Emmerich still wants to make a third installment and feels DisneyJeremy Dick
Roland Emmerich, The director of the Independence Day movies, has given an update on the third movie and is still very interested in getting it made.Jon Fuge
Director Roland Emmerich already has the third Independence Day mapped out, saying it is set a year or two after Resurgence.B. Alan Orange
William Fichtner has signed on to play an important General in Independence Day 2, a role that will greatly expand in two upcoming sequels.
Producer Dean Devlin reveals why the Independence Day sequel is no longer a 2-Part movie, explaining plans for his Stargate remake.
Director Roland Emmerich confirms that the actor is once again interested in returning to the franchise, and that a meeting is planned.B. Alan Orange
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.
Writer Dean Devlin also reveals both follow-ups will be converted to 3D in post-production.
The actor is asking $50 million for two back-to-back sequels to be directed by Roland Emmerich.
The director talks about the sequel's delay, and also reveals more details about Anonymous and Foundation.B. Alan Orange
Director Roland Emmerich dropped a subtle hint about the sequel and revealed it would take place in an alternate reality.
The two ID4 sequels will be shot back to back as early as 2011.Cat Parker
The 2012 director reveals plans for two follow-up movies to his 1996 film.
The 2012 director reveals a story is in place for a follow-up.