‘Independence Day 2’ Cast: Jessie Usher Joins Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum
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The cast for Fox’s Independence Day 2 is coming together with the announcement that Jessie Usher has signed on for a role. Usher is the star of the Starz series Survivor’s Remorse, which is created by and executive produced by Mike O’Malley and executive produced by LeBron James, and has also starred in When the Game Stands Tall and the TV series Level Up.

The actor will play the son of Will Smith’s character in the original 1996 blockbuster, which was one of the movies to help Smith break out as a box office superstar. At the moment Smith is said to not be reprising his role as Captain Steven Hiller, the military pilot who helped to take down the alien mothership nearly 20 years ago. Ross Bagley, who is a little over three years older than Usher is, played Smith’s son Dylan in the first movie.

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Liam Hemsworth May Join ‘Independence Day’ Sequel ‘ID Forever’
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Liam Hemsworth (The Hunger Games Trilogy, The Expendables 2) is rumored to be in talks for a role in the Independence Day sequel, ID Forever. Directed by Ronald Emmerich, the film will pick up 20 years after the events of the first.

Hemsworth joins Michael B. Jordan as actors who have reportedly been offered a role in the film. What role has been offered to Hemsworth is not yet known, and Fox has declined any comment on the report, according to The Wrap.

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Roland Emmerich To Direct New ‘Stargate’ For MGM, Warner Brothers
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The Stargate franchise is ready for a return to the big screen with the announcement of a new re-imagining that’s being planned as a trilogy.

MGM and Warner Brothers have reached a deal with Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin for the reboot, with Emmerich directing and Devlin producing. The duo was also behind the 1994 original Stargate, which starred Kurt Russell and James Spader, in the same roles.

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1998’s ‘Godzilla’ Gets The Honest Trailers Treatment
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As fans of monster movies all over the world get excited for the release of Godzilla, director Gareth Edwards’ attempt at successfully bringing the iconic creature back to the big screen, they hope more than anything that it’s the movie they so desperately want it to be…while fears of Roland Emmerich‘s 1998 disasterpiece of the same name flash in their brain.

Thankfully you would have to work really hard to be as bad as or worse than Emmerich’s movie, and reviews of the new Godzilla have been very positive. But while you’re trying to completely delete the memory of the Emmerich mess from your brain, the folks over at Screen Junkies are here to remind you of it.

They’ve given their Honest Trailers treatment to the ’98 Godzilla, and as you might imagine, it’s painfully amusing. You can check it out below.

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J.J. Abrams Takes Over Another ‘Star’ Franchise With ‘Stargate’ Reboot

Star Trek, Star Wars, and now”¦ Stargate!

J.J. Abrams, the powerhouse director with a passion for lens flare, has been tapped to take over Roland Emmerich‘s planned Stargate reboot. In an announcement that seems to have come out of nowhere, MGM stated in their official press release that, “If there was ever a director worthy of taking on such a vast and loved universe with an exponential amount of worlds to explore, it’s J.J. Abrams. We couldn’t be more thrilled to have him on board.”

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