Upravo sada traje dodela nagrada CinemaCon gde prisustvuju glumci IDRa jer će i oni primiti nagrade. Novi spektakularni trejler je prikazan i donosim par komentara pročitanih na twitteru:
The #IDR cast has now introduced the director of the #film, #RolandEmmerich who is introducing the world debut of a new trailer! #CinemaCon
An awesome new trailer for #IDR. "It's 4th of July, let's show them some fireworks." #IndependenceDayResurgence #CinemaCon #CinemaCon2016
Very cool new trailer shown for #IDR which really showcases the epic scale, futuristic setting, and new hardware. I’m in. #CinemaCon
The always hit the landmarks. New #IDR trailer kicks all sorts of ass. @20thcenturyfox, #CinemaCon, #Movies
"They like to get the landmarks." Goldblum's character in #IDR trailer as they dodge falling buildings in a ship #CinemaCon
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Even if you are a huge Independence Day fan, that first trailer may have left you scratching your head. It looked cool, but it didn’t quite live up to the pinnacle of spectacle that was blowing up the White House. A new trailer shown at CinemaCon 2016, however, does.
We start with a massive celebration. It’s the 20th anniversary of the War of 1996 where humanity triumphed over the aliens. The crowds are huge, and you notice right away that all the buildings, vehicles, weapons, and more are inspired by alien tech. The new President talks about how, because of the attacks, they’ve been able to build a stronger, safer Earth.
That technology seems to discover something. A distress call, sent by the aliens and now the Earthlings know: “They’re coming back.” We see Bill Pullman’s character, Jeff Goldblum’s, all the usual suspects. A set of alien-influenced human ships fly to the White House.
We also get our glimpse of the new alien ship. The problem is, you can’t really show it in a single frame because it’s so big. One is the size of the entire Atlantic Ocean. And something that size has its own gravity, so that’s why major cities start to get sucked up into the air. “What goes up must come down,” Goldblum says, as the cities come falling down.
There are shots of tens of thousands of alien fighters flying around. Through the skies, protecting military assets, mass insanity. Cities being destroyed. Soldiers band together and declare, “We must remind that that Earth is not for the taking.” Someone explains that in the 20 years that have passed since the invasion, humans have raised a generation who believes they can win. However, Goldblum thinks this time, the war is not winnable. Pullman reminds him, it wasn’t last time either. It will require sacrifice.
Among the chaos and destruction, there’s a shot of what looked like a huge leg crashing down into the street. We assume this is some kind of mega-alien, kaiju type thing. Having not just big ships, but big aliens to fight is definitely on way this movie can expand on the first one.
The trailer ends with Liam Hemsworth’s character flying low through the rivers of London, as the city burns and major landmarks fall all around him. “They like to get the landmarks,” Goldblum says.
Director Roland Emmerich hinted this trailer was specially cut for CinemaCon so, we aren’t sure if it’ll be online. But some kind of new trailer should be online soon as Independence Day: Resurgence opens June 24.
Edited by /13/Ален Шмит/, 15 April 2016 - 00:53.