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Independence Day Writer Says They Are 'Finally' Ready To Make A Sequel 'Worth Seeing'

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We've been hearing about these supposed sequels for years now, but it sounds like Roland Emmerich and co-writer Dean Devlin finally got their shiz together!

In a recent interview, Devlin spilled the news that he and Emmerich have developed an idea for the sequel which would be "a worthy path to go." He revealed that he's working with the blockbuster director again "for the first time in 11 years," as he explained:

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Jamie Foxx Might Be The Next President!

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In a movie, at least.

Jamie Foxx is in talks to play the President of the United States in Roland Emmerich's upcoming action flick White House Down.

Channing Tatum is reportedly set to play the Secret Service agent that will save save his life when terrorists take over, but after watching the Django Unchained trailer, we're pretty sure Mr. Foxx knows how to take care of himself!

At least this casting choice ensures

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Independence Day 3D Is Coming Out Next Summer!

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Now that 3D technology has become a successful gimmick at the box office, Hollywood doesn't even need to make unnecessary sequels to make millions of dollars.

We just heard that Twentieth Century Fox plans on releasing a 3D version of the 1996 hit Independence Day!

Since Titanic 3D made an easy $344 million around the world this spring, we imagine the popular Will Smith blockbuster will do just the same.

Maybe this is just an

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Channing Tatum Might Save The President's Life In White House Down

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Yayyy! Channing Tatum is getting another chance at being an action star!

The actor has pretty much been replaced by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in the G.I. Joe franchise, but Hollywood still believes that audiences will flock to see him kick some ass.

The seksi star is in talks to join Roland Emmerich's White House Down as a

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Independence Day Director Tapped To Destroy The White House Again

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So the screenwriter who wrote The Amazing Spider-Man just sold a spec script to Sony called White House Down, which is about a paramilitary takeover of the White House.

The project is being compared to Die Hard and the studio knew just who to go to when they were looking for a director to properly destroy the President of the United States' home — Roland Emmerich!

The blockbuster filmmaker has

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Ten Reasons Why Shakespeare Was A Fraud

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You've probably seen the commercial's running for Roland Emmerich's Anonymous, a film that focuses on the urban legend that William Shakespeare did NOT write his own material.

The film will definitely shed some light on an interesting theory, but if your interest isn't piqued already, perhaps you should Roland explain to you some of the reasons he believes proves that Billy Shakes was a fraud.

Check out the video (above) to be enlightened!

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Independence Day Gets Sequels (Yes, Plural)

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How many times can effing aliens attack the same planet??

Director Roland Emmerich is reportedly prepping for two sequels to the 1996 box office smash Independence Day, and Will Smith is attached to return!

Writer Dean Devlin is writing the script for the sci-fi explosion-fest, and as of now the films are set to be shot back to back in 2011.

We can't imagine this is going to work - the last two movies franchises shot back to back, Pirates of the Caribbean and The Matrix, were far less well-done than the originals!

Not to mention the aliens can't possibly attack on the fourth of July every year!! What the eff are they going to be called?? Arbour Day and Cinco de Mayo??

What do U think?? Are U excited for new Independence Day movies?

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