Independence Day released the movie’s second official trailer on Earth Day and help Google celebrate Earth.
Every year, we celebrate the Earth Day on 22nd April by celebrating our beloved planet and its environment. Among a lot of movies that feature saving the Earth, Roland Emmerich’s 1996 sci-fi movie, Independence Day literally saved the whole world from alien invasion with the help of the entire world’s Air Force and Captain Steven Hiller played by Will Smith and David Levinson played by Jeff Goldblum going into the enemy territory. The movie ended on a great note as the Earth defended itself and ended in Fourth of July pyrotechnics in the form of defeated alien ship.
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Apparently, that was not the last of it. Earlier this year, we got our first glimpse at the sequel of the movie which featured an alien invasion 20 years later. We saw some familiar faces in Jeff Goldblum and Bill Pullman along with some new faces and the excitement rose about the upcoming sequel.
Emmerich is once again directing this alien centric movie and for 20th Century Fox, there might not have been a better time to release the second trailer for the movie than Earth Day.
Helping in valuing our home once more, the trailer this time around elaborated the plot a little more convincingly. We saw Jeff Goldblum, Vivicia A. Fox, Bill Pullman, Judd Hirsch and Brent Spiner once more, reprising their roles from the original movie. We got to find out that Will Smith’s Capt. Hiller died during testing an alien fighter. We also got to see new faces in Liam Hemsworth, Maika Monroe as Patricia Whitmore, and Jessie Usher as Dylan Dubrow-Hiller; the stepson of Capt. Hiller from the first movie. Yeah the little kid shooting the aliens with his plastic gun is now all grown up.
The premise of the trailer is a little darker than the original film and more military scenic. According to this trailer, the Earth acquired the alien technology to build up new defences. All the people including David and ex-President Whitmore are still haunted by the original war against the aliens twenty years prior and the world has since then prepared for another war. The aliens, it seems have also recuperated for that time and now they are back.
We see the aliens in captivity ‘celebrating’ as Dr. Okun elaborates and bigger alien ships are coming down as setting dock in the Atlantic Ocean and Earth must once again defend itself against alien invasion.
Google was all in for celebrating the movie as it announced under the trailer that the first part, Independence Day was available on Google Play for $0.99 and all the proceeds will got to projects for protecting the Earth.
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