Usher and Bill Pullman, Independence Day: Resurgence is an action-packed thrill ride from start to finish! Run Time mins. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. Two decades after the first Independence Day invasion, Earth is faced with a new extra-Solar threat. But will mankind's new space defenses be enough?
Director: Roland Emmerich. Writers: Nicolas Wright screenplay by , James A. Added to Watchlist. From metacritic. Top 25 Box Office of Trending Titles on Amazon Video. Catching Up With Chin Han. Programm - KinoDennis. This colorful series leads preschoolers room to room through a fantastical dollhouse of delightful mini-worlds and irresistible kitty characters.
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Business Expand the sub-menu. Hero Nation Expand the sub-menu. Video Expand the sub-menu. More Expand the sub-menu. Follow Us. Sign Up. Titan Books published several tie-in books for the film, including novels and comics. Crucible serves as a prequel to the film and was published on May 24, A novelization of Independence Day: Resurgence by Alex Irvine followed on June 21 before the film's release and it differs from the film in that the character of the President survives most of the alien conflict as a prisoner of the Harvester Queen and is killed when the ship is destroyed, instead of being killed when the aliens attack the fortified bunker in Colorado and it also reveals - in POV exposition, during the scene where the Queen captures the sphere - that the sphere aliens are responsible for the creation of the Harvester aliens, who turned on them and wiped them out, though this plot device is not further explored in the book and may not be considered canon in any further films since it was not used in the final film.
Titan Comics started a six issue comic book miniseries, Independence Day: Dark Fathom , written by Victor Gischler , with art by Tazio Bettin, which serves as a prequel set between the first and second films, and which began its run on March 23 and ended on June On December 13, , the first trailer was released by 20th Century Fox. A commercial for the U. Army aired promoting the film by presenting itself as a commercial for the ESD, or Earth Space Defense, a fictional military faction dedicated to defending the Earth against any further alien invasion.
It was not even one of the top-grossing films of or of its month of release, due to Finding Dory being the highest-grossing film of June. The film also failed to garner much support from China — the world's second biggest movie market — as the cinemagoers there complained about how little screen time there was for Chinese actress Angelababy. Moreover, the film was released in a crowded summer amidst "sequelitis," in which numerous major sequels underperformed.
Internationally, the film fared better and was released across 58 countries — The site's critical consensus reads, "It's undeniably visually impressive, but like its predecessor, Independence Day: Resurgence lacks enough emotional heft to support its end-of-the-world narrative stakes. Rinse and repeat, rinse and repeat. It's just dumb. Club criticized the film as an example of Hollywood's current business model of "preemptive franchising," stating that "The movie's dips into all-out space opera interstellar travel, more alien species, etc.
Dan Jolin of Empire gave the film a positive review, saying it was "spectacular as you'd hope from a sequel to the planet-toaster, and as amusingly cheesy. You'll enjoy yourself enough that you won't even miss Will Smith.
While its plot is messy and it's stuffed with too many characters, I dare you not to leave the theatre with a guilt-free smile on your face. Haas of The Mercury News gave the film a mediocre review, saying that "It was okay. In June , during an interview with Empire magazine, Emmerich stated that a third film could be made, depending on the success of the second one. He also said that audiences would not have to wait as long as they did for the second in the series.
I don't know. Currently, I personally have no plans of doing another one. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. Nicolas Wright James A. Thomas Wander Harald Kloser. Thomas Wander and Harald Kloser. Film portal.