“Independence Day: Resurgence,” the upcoming sequel of 1996’s movie “Independence Day,” is believed to take the viewers where the existence of humanity will be under threat with the returning of aliens. Director Ronald Emmerich recently gave a pinch of hint that the movie would be made to expand more on the universe and a new upcoming comic book would bridge the two movies in the franchise.
According to Venture Capital Post, “Independence Day: Resurgence” is underway and the movie is reportedly in post-production process. The director Emmerich is supervising the editing and other post-production works since the shooting was accomplished in late August. However, according to him, lot of extensive work is left and everything should be carried out before the movie hits the big screen. In a few words, he has given some details about the movie’s plot that is not going to be as simple as the 1996’s original movie.
“It’s only like one of the hives, like kind of moving around. What we did this time, we tried to expand the universe, too. It’s not as simple as the last one because you cannot make it as simple as the last one,” Emmerich opined.
“Also, it’s a little bit about what happened to our world when you know that they are coming back. We had twenty years to come together as a planet and to build incredible things to have a little more even fight,” he added.
Now the question is surrounding around Will Smith participation in the “Independence Day: Resurgence.” In a conversation with Cinema Blend, Emmerich earlier said that he wanted to work with Smith and both were excited for working with each other. But later Smith was reportedly tired of sequels and had another proposal for a sci-fi movie, hence, he rejected the proposal. However, rumors are there that Will Smith had demanded $50 million to return for the sequel but Fox refused to pay this mammoth amount.
“Independence Day: Resurgence” is scheduled to hit the big screen on June 24, 2016.
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