Jeff Goldblum looked back at one of the most famous lines from "Independence Day" — which was stolen from "Jurassic Park" — on film's 25th anniversary.
Celebs like Neil Patrick Harris, Miley Cyrus, Kevin Hart, and more celebrated the Independence Day weekend with flair, humor, and sometimes deep reflection.
Overall, 2016 was an excellent year for movies, as evidenced by the number of films we’d strongly recommend adding to your queue on our list of the 50 best. But every bouquet of roses has its thorns, and there were some, um, sharp ones this year. That’s particularly true in the pre-sold franchise department, with big fails from the worlds of YA (Allegiant), gaming (Warcraft), and comics (both DC releases). Here are our picks for this year’s biggest turkeys. 10. Allegiant And we thought Insurgent was bad. ...
The holiday was all about family, food, and patriotic ensembles for Mark Wahlberg, Heidi Klum, and other celebs. Grab a hot dog and check out the best Independence Day snapshots they shared on social media.
A Clinton in the political headlines, aliens invading Earth in an Independence movie… 2016 and 1996 have a lot in common. Of course, in 2016, it’s Hillary Clinton running for president and the sequel Independence Day: Resurgence is in theaters. Back in 1996, though, Bill Clinton was the Commander in Chief and Will Smith was battling the aliens in the original movie. In this throwback Saturday Night Live clip, Bill (Darrell Hammond) reviews the film.
It’s been 20 years since Independence Day when Randy Quaid and company showed the way this planet deals with violent extraterrestrials - we explode 'em. Friday marks the release of Independence Day: Resurgence, and a new battle against some, well, really mean aliens.
What makes the ultimate summer movie? Is it high flying action? Quirky characters? Romance? SuperFan Movies went through the catalogue of this year’s biggest summer releases and broke down what goes into making a seasonal movie blockbuster: