The sequel for Independence Day is going to happen and Liam Hemsworth is being considered as one of the leading stars!
Independence Day was one of the most memorable movies back in the ?90s. It is the type of film that never gets old, no matter what year you watch it.
If you loved that movie then this following details will excite the kid?teen?inside of you.
Independence Day Sequel is finally happening and Liam Hemsworth is being considered as one of the leading stars
According to The Wrap, Liam Hemsworth was offered for a role in the sequel that is titled ?ID Forever?.
Liam was known for his role in the hit movie The Hunger Games as Gale and as Billy the Kid in The Expendables 2.
There?s still no confirmation yet if he is going to accept the offer but let?s just hope that he will.
What is Independence Day?
Independence Day was one of the classic movies back in the ?90s. Stars of that film are Bill Pullman as President Thomas Whitmore, Will Smith as Captain Steven Hiller, Jeff Goldblum as the computer genius David Levinson and many more outstanding casts.
The story of Independence Day revolves around humanity?s survival against the invading alien race. The aliens will annihilate anything that stands in their way and it is up to us to defend our home planet and prevent them of destroying it.
As said on the report made by E! Online, Pullman and Goldblum will reprise their role as Thomas Whitmore and David Levinson (respectively) while Will Smith on the other hand, it was said there that he won?t reprise his role as Steven Hiller.
Back in 2013, Roland Emmerich told Entertainment Weekly that, the sequel?s story will happen 20 years after the first attack and Steven Hiller?s step-son will help fight the invading aliens to save planet earth.
In the first movie, Will Smith was one of the three leading actors but since he won?t be coming back to this sequel, is Liam Hemsworth going to take his place in Independence Day sequel?
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