Now that “Independence Day: Resurgence” has entered the post production phase, after wrapping up with principal photography, which the director Roland Emmerich announced along with a photo of a double rainbow, reveals facts about the movie’s real-time aperture and how 20 years has influenced the sequel’s idea and production. Find out!
While talking to Collider, Emmerich also revealed some facts about “Independence Day: Resurgence.” The sequel is happening nearly twenty years after the original movie “Independence Day” released in 1996, which undoubtedly means we are going to witness a huge jump in the use of the technology in comparison to the original.
Emmerich said, “Well, it’s only like one of the hives, like kind of moving around. [Laughs] What we did this time, we tried to expand the universe, too. We had 20 years to come together as a planet and to build incredible things to have a little more even fight.”
According to the plot, “we always knew they were coming back.” The two decades gap has made mankind all around the globe to alliance together on a considerable agenda to fortify the globe, using recuperated alien technologies. But sadly, when the invaders return, they comeback with even more menacing arms, abandoning the fortune of the globe to the inventiveness of few brave mankind.
The 20 year gap has also undergone some cast changes, unlike the original “Independence Day: Resurgence” will not witness Will Smith, who is most probably busy with Warner Bros. “Suicide Squad.” Younger cast like Maika Monroe, Jessie Usher and Liam Hemsworth will join alongside Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman, Vivica A. Fox, Judd Hirsch and Brent Spiner.
Meanwhile, Titan Comic has unveiled to THR that they’ll be publish a prequel comic to the forthcoming “Independence Day: Resurgence” which will intent to traverse the aperture between the 2010 movie and the 1996 antecedent. Meanwhile, the Editor Steve White told that the series will be “a golden opportunity to segue nicely into next year’s blockbuster sequel by taking the mythos of the original and maybe adding a little darkness to it.”
The first trailer for “Independence Day: Resurgence” will be released something around the Christmas season, while the movie is slated to hit the theaters on June 24, 2016.
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