After 20 Years, Trailer of “Independence Day 2” is Finally Here

Posted 2015/12/15 6924 0

We always knew they would come back, and yes, the alien invaders have come back stronger and create a "tragedy" which is much more terrifying than in Independence Day (1996).

20 years ago, Will Smith punched an alien and a flying saucer blew up the White House. Now they’ve returned for vengeance in Independence Day: Resurgence of yes, again, director Roland Emmerich. The movie stars the rising star Liam Hemsworth.

The first trailer has been officially released by 20th Century Fox, giving us our first real look at the sequel that fans have been waiting 20 years to see. Using recovered alien technology, the nations of Earth have collaborated on an immense defense program to protect the planet. But nothing can prepare us for the aliens' advanced and unprecedented force. Only the ingenuity of a few brave men and women can bring our world back from the brink of extinction. The trailer is released with a site named The War of 1996. It cleverly fills the gap between Independence Day and its sequel with historical records since 1996 till now, as well as technological breakthroughs achieved based on high technology the aliens left.

Will Smith will not come back to his former role. but Jessie Usher looks to be doing a good job in his place as Captain Steven Hiller’s son, taking the aerial fight to space this time. Original Independence Day stars Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman, Judd Hirsch, Vivica A. Fox and Brent Spiner all return from the original 1996 blockbuster. New additions to the cast for Independence Day: Resurgence include Liam Hemsworth, Angelababy, Maika Monroe, Sela Ward and Jessie Usher.

From director Roland Emmerich and producer Dean Devlin, 1996's Independence Day shattered opening weekend and total box office records, becoming the year's top-grossing film. It also became the first movie in history to gross over $500 million internationally. But Independence Day was just the beginning. We always knew they were coming back.

As noted above, Independence Day: Resurgence explodes onto screens worldwide on June 24, this sequel will go up against Sony's horror-thriller The Shallows. From director Roland Emmerich and producer Dean Devlin, 1996's Independence Day shattered opening weekend and total box office records, becoming the year's top-grossing film. It also became the first movie in history to gross over $500 million internationally. But Independence Day was just the beginning. We always knew they were coming back.

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