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    Not so long ago the sequel 'Independence Day: Resurgence', was released. Like the first one, it's again directed by Roland Emmerich, but for both films he got a lot ...

  • 28 Mistakes You Never Noticed in Huge Sci-fi Movies

    In Roland Emmerich's "Godzilla" remake, ... if you take into account the critical reception this movie received, this mistake was the least of Emmerich's worries.

  • 28 Mistakes You Never Noticed in Huge Sci-Fi Movies

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  • Why Will Smith turned down Independence Day: Resurgence

    ... Smith was said to be umming and aahing about a potential Indepedence Day return, before eventually opting to duck out of Roland Emmerich’s sequel.

  • Why Will Smith turned down Independence Day: Resurgence

    Will Smith passed on Independence Day 2, wary of "clawing backwards"... There was one notable face lacking from the returning cast of this summer’s Independence Day ...

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  • Roland Emmerich - Wikipedia

    Roland Emmerich (German: [ˈʁoːlant ˈɛməʁɪç]; born November 10, 1955) is a German film director, screenwriter, and producer, widely known for his disaster films.

  • Roland Emmerich - IMDb

    Roland Emmerich, Producer: The Day After Tomorrow. Roland Emmerich is a German film director and producer of blockbuster films like The Day After Tomorrow (2004 ...

  • Roland Emmerich (@rolandemmerich) | Twitter

    1,442 tweets • 256 photos/videos • 112K followers. "Looks like the news is out but I wanted to personally share with you all that @hemether and I… ...

  • Roland Emmerich - Home | Facebook

    Roland Emmerich, Los Angeles, California. 258,588 likes · 417 talking about this. Film Director

  • Roland Emmerich: ‘I like to say I was driven out of ...

    Roland Emmerich may be the planet’s greatest demolition man. The German director reduced the White House into a pile of smoking ashes in 1996 in the most enduring ...

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