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Director Roland Emmerich admits that his critically-panned sequel, “Independence Day: the Resurgence” was a mistake, according to a new survey.
At the time of writing, the pressure is on for his world War II film “Midway,” Emmerich revealed that he “should have stopped” its production in the 2016 sequel to the 1996 classic, “Independence Day”, when the star, will Smith dropped out of the film, “Suicide Squad.”
Of course, the film was plagued by a troubled production and was also in a bad condition.
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“I just wanted to make a movie exactly like the first one,” Emmerich explained to Yahoo Movies UK in a piece published on Friday.
But then, Smith was out in the middle of the production, and Emmerich had to scramble to rejigger its now broken in the vision, which has been described by the new york Post as a “snoozefest.”
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“I need to stop with the making of the film, because we had a much better script. After that, I had to work really fast, because in another script all together. And I should have just said “no”, because I’m all of a sudden, it was something that I was critical of myself, as a follow-up.”
In 2016, this film was a success, reunite for the film stars, Jeff Goldblum and Bill Pullman, resuming their roles, but it was difficult to fill the hole left by Smith, and Liam Hemsworth stepped out in the stars, and the film is pulled up at a daunting $389 million worldwide on a reported $165 million budget.
“Midway,” will open Nov. 8.
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This article was originally published in a Six-Page