Director Roland Emmerich teases that humanity always knew the aliens would be coming back to Earth in Independence Day: Resurgence.
Roland Emmerich will shoot two Independence Day sequels back-to-back before revisiting the Stargate universe with original writer and producer Dean Devlin.
The plot follows Gonzalo Guerrero, who was shipwrecked after a violent storm in 1511 and found himself in the New World.
The story is based on the 1969 raid of the Stonewall Inn, a gathering place for homosexuals and transgenders in Greenwich Village.
The director reveals that he is no longer attached to Astroids, but offers details on Foundation.
A writer and new stars are being sought for this sci-fi epic, which will bring the director's original vision to the screen.
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.
John Cale (Channing Tatum) interviews with the secret service in this latest look at Roland Emmerich's action drama, in theaters June 28.
The White House Down director has acquired a pitch from writer Nic Kelman that offers a different take on the alien invasion genre.
James Vanderbilt action drama will follow a paramilitary takeover of the White House.
William Shakespeare lies at the heart of this controversial period thriller, on Blu-ray and DVD February 7th.
This thrilling drama sets out to discover the true author behind the works of William Shakespeare, on Blu-ray and DVD February 7.
Director Roland Emmerich is also on hand to discuss the Shakespeare controversy behind his upcoming drama, in theaters October 28th.
Roland Emmerich will write and direct this new sci-fi project, which already has a release date set for May 17, 2013.
The master of destruction is being sought to turn this 1979 video game into a sci-fi adventure film for Universal.
23 of today's most prominent directors speak out on DirecTv's plan to bring movies into the home within 60 days of theatrical release.
Roland Emmerich explores who actually wrote the plays of William Shakespeare in this upcoming dramatic thriller.
The director talks about the sequel's delay, and also reveals more details about Anonymous and Foundation.
The found-footage project was just announced a few weeks ago, and was supposed to start shooting next week.