Most Independence Day fans were understandably upset that Will Smith's iconic character won't be appearing in the upcoming sequel Independence Day: Resurgence.
But no one is more upset that Steven Hiller was killed off more than the actor himself!
While some fans held onto hope that the 47-year-old would make a surprise cameo in the sci-fi sequel, the film's website revealed that Col. Hiller died between the events of the first and second films!
Photo: Jaden Smith Wears A Skirt In Louis Vuitton Ads!
This shocking death was a surprise to many, including Smith — who "had talked" to director Roland Emmerich about working together on a sequel. He told Yahoo! Movies:
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When a twister filled with carnivorous fish comes our way, there's really one thing we want:
a book on meteorology to explain how this is physically possible Kelly Osbourne!
The sequel to the masterpiece Sharknado just added Kelly to its cast, and we think that's pretty FIN-omenal! We totally en-DORSAL their choice! SRSLY we're so GILL-ad!
Kelly will play the flight attendant in Sharknado 2: The Second One, which has Tara Reid and Ian Ziering doing some more shark hunting in New York City!
The movie also cast Vivica A. Fox, Mark McGrath, Andy Dick, Judah Friedlander, and Judd Hirsch, which makes the wait for this to hit the SyFy network pretty unbearable.
Good thing production is set to begin next week! Looks like there's a silver lining to every
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We caught Mark St. Germain's play Freud's Last Session on Friday night in Santa Monica, and it was HEAVY - in every sense of the word.
The show is a two person play where not much happens except for lots of talking, which means that the actors really carry the burden on their shoulders. They either make it or break it!
Unfortunately, while the iconic Judd Hirsch was stellar as the titular character, Ed alum Tom Cavanaugh weighed the show down. His British accent was as lazy as his performance.
Thankfully, though, the show is just 87 minutes without intermission and we got to experience The Broad Stage for the first time. SUCH a beautiful theater! We need to go back!
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