Roland Emmerich does not think that the aliens are attracted to earth. The Independence Day director, said in an interview in the Dutch newspaper NRC that they will turn around make.
“The alien creatures are, in my opinion, is a great source of inspiration. However, if they really exist, and are they ever in the earth, and see what a lot of us all, and they do not know how soon they’re gone to come out,” said Emmerich, who, thanks to his hit from 1996, and still have questions about the aliens ‘ will.
In Independence Day, the world is faced with an out of this world oorlogsmacht the whole of mankind will submit. Even in his other movies, such as Godzilla, The Day after Tomorrow, and the sequel to Independence Day, we, the people, and to fight for its own survival, and that is central.
“I never blamed the soldiers’
At this time, Emmerichs new film, Midway into the movie theater to see it. At this time, no wereldondergang, but there are scenes from the Second world War, second world War, it is never the fault of the soldiers but the politicians, who are the soldiers of control,” said the 63-year-old director.
The new film by the German filmmaker is back with “the typical Emmerich”, he told the newspaper: “The moon is threatened by a collision with an asteroid in the earth. Is that kind of movie comes up constantly in my life, and I find it hard to have to do it.”