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  • People Behind the Scenes: Dean Devlin -

    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 ...

  • Foxx and Tatum's Bromance -

    Stars of "White House Down" Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx chat about working and partying together, while director Roland Emmerich reveals his excitement about ...

  • Why are we hooked on films about mass destruction?

    As Independence Day: Resurgence explodes into cinemas – and obliterates most of London’s landmarks – it’s clear that the first instalment of the series ...

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    This Saturday, Emily Blunt is hosting ‘Saturday Night Live’ to promote her new film ‘Girl on the Train.’ In a promo video promoting her appearance she and her ...

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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 is a German film director of blockbuster films like The Day After Tomorrow (2004), Godzilla (1998), Independence Day (1996) and The Patriot (2000).

  • Roland Emmerich (@rolandemmerich) | Twitter

    1,428 tweets • 255 photos/videos • 110K followers. "If you have a pet this is a must see. Check out @PetFooled today on iTunes and most VOD platforms. https://t ...

  • Roland Emmerich | Facebook

    Roland Emmerich, Los Angeles, California. 258,940 likes · 222 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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