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Pilot uncredited Kevin Ash Cab Driver uncredited Erick Avari SETI Chief uncredited Pam Blackwell Doctor uncredited Greg Bronson Police Officer at White House uncredited Kadrolsha Ona Carole Homeless woman uncredited Roy Milton Davis Homeless guy uncredited Dean Devlin Eagle 2 Pilot voice uncredited Daren Dochterman British News Translator uncredited Volker Engel Man in Office uncredited Bob Friend Self - 'Sky News' Anchorman uncredited Jake Garber Alien uncredited Jeffrey Gold German Fighter Pilot uncredited Michael Haddad Trailer Trash uncredited Bart Hamatake Malitiaman uncredited Andre Harper African uncredited Lincoln D.

Colin Barclay uncredited Jay Hopkins Man in Crowd uncredited Jonathan Khan Pilot uncredited Jalil Jay Lynch Man staring at alien mothership uncredited Darin Mangan Staff Sergeant uncredited Joe Martinez Son of Air Force Pilot uncredited Scott McKinley Joint Chiefs of Staff uncredited Karolyna Medina Presidential Address Attendee uncredited Ralph Moratz High-Ranking Officer uncredited Bryan Moss Israeli Fighter Pilot uncredited Roy Newton Pilot uncredited Gary Pike Helicopter Passenger uncredited Darla Rae Protestor - Omni Hotel uncredited Nectar Rose Stripper uncredited Vincent Schiavelli Hartmund Engel uncredited Bonnie Silco Bride uncredited Tadao Tomomatsu Big Hat Guy on Tower uncredited Antonino Garcia Tony Area 51 Personal uncredited Michael A.

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CG digital animation artist Carey Capaldi CG digital animation artist as Stephane Couture Andrea D'Amico CG unit digital animation supervisor Volker Engel CG digital compositor as Conny Fauser-Rumelin Ted Fay CG previsualization compositing Joseph Francis Gerard Jennifer German CG digital animation artist John H.

CG data systems manager Carl Hooper CG digital animation artist Kurt Johnson CG previsualization compositing William K.

CG digital matte painter Roger Loftis Martinez Jr. Matheson III CG digital animation artist Andre Nogueira CG digital animation artist Rick Rader CG digital animation artist as Jurgen 'J.

Thibo Thomas Thill Gern Trowbridge CG systems administrator Mark Alan Valdes CG digital animation artist Robert H.

Vivica Fox Donna Keegan Mark Donaldson Avery Claudette Barius Butkus Jr. Adam Chambers Dhiensuwanda David Diamond Garcia Ben Giacometti Rob Lewbel Price Rick Rader Sean Slattery Eric Swanek Webb Scott Whitman Marra II Work Anette Czagany Rachel Rencher Music Preparation uncredited Tim Morrison Johnson II Gina August A reporter asked Emmerich why he made a film with content like Stargate if he did not believe in aliens.

Emmerich stated he was still fascinated by the idea of an alien arrival, and further explained his response by asking the reporter to imagine what it would be like to wake up one morning and to discover 15 mile-wide spaceships were hovering over the world's largest cities.

Emmerich then turned to Devlin and said, "I think I have an idea for our next film. Emmerich and Devlin decided to expand on the idea by incorporating a large-scale attack, with Devlin saying he was bothered by the fact that "for the most part, in alien invasion movies, they come down to Earth and they're hidden in some back field …[o]r they arrive in little spores and inject themselves into the back of someone's head.

A then-record 3,plus special effects shots would ultimately be required for the film. The production's model-making department built more than twice as many miniatures for the production than had ever been built for any film before by creating miniatures for buildings, city streets, aircraft, landmarks, and monuments.

An explosion would be ignited below the model, and flames would rise towards the camera, engulfing the tilted model and creating the rolling "wall of destruction" look seen in the film.

The film's aliens were designed by production designer Patrick Tatopoulos. The actual aliens in the film are diminutive and based on a design Tatopoulos drew when tasked by Emmerich to create an alien that was "both familiar and completely original".

These suits were 8 feet 2. Principal photography began in July in New York City. A second unit gathered plate shots and establishing shots of Manhattan, Washington, D.

Immediately before filming the scene, Devlin and Pullman decided to add "Today, we celebrate our Independence Day! At the time, the production was nicknamed "ID4" because Warner Bros.

Devlin had hoped that if Fox executives noticed the addition in dailies , the impact of the new dialogue would help them to win the rights to the title.

The production team moved to the Bonneville Salt Flats to film three scenes, then returned to California to film in various places around Los Angeles, including Hughes Aircraft where sets for the cable company and Area 51 interiors were constructed at a former aircraft plant.

Sets for the latter included corridors containing windows that were covered with blue material. The filmmakers originally intended to use the chroma key technique to make it appear as if an activity was happening on the other side of the glass, but the composited images were not added to the final print because production designers decided the blue panels gave the sets a "clinical look".

The film initially depicted Russell Casse being rejected as a volunteer for the July 4 aerial counteroffensive because of his alcoholism.

He then uses a stolen missile tied to his red biplane to carry out his suicide mission. According to Dean Devlin, test audiences responded well to the scene's irony and comedic value.

The Grammy Award -winning [32] score for the film was composed by David Arnold and recorded with an orchestra of 90, a choir of 46, "and every last ounce of stereotypical Americana he could muster for the occasion".

RCA released a minute album at the time of the film's release, then in , La-La Land Records released a limited-edition, two-disc CD set that comprised the complete score plus 12 alternate cues.

Fox's Licensing and Merchandising division also entered into co-promotional deals with Apple Inc. The co-marketing project was dubbed "The Power to Save the World" campaign, in which the company used footage of David using his PowerBook laptop in their print and television advertisements.

The film was marketed with several taglines, including: "We've always believed we weren't alone. On July 4, we'll wish we were", "Earth. Take a good look.

It could be your last", and "Don't make plans for August". The weekend before the film's release, the Fox Network aired a half-hour special on the film, the first third of which was a spoof news report on the events that happen in the film.

Roger Ebert attributed most of the film's early success to its teaser trailers and marketing campaigns, acknowledging them as "truly brilliant".

The film had its official premiere held at Los Angeles' now-defunct Mann Plaza Theater on June 25, The trailer can be seen on older home video prints of early Pixar films, such as Toy Story , A Bug's Life , Toy Story 2 , Finding Nemo , and Cars.

It became available on DVD on June 27, , and has since been re-released, in several different versions of this format, with varying supplemental material, including one instance where it was packaged with a lenticular cover.

For its twentieth anniversary, the film was re-released on two-disc Blu-ray and DVD, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, and Digital HD. In Lebanon , certain Jewish- and Israel-related content in the film was censored.

One cut scene involved Judd Hirsch's character donning a kippah , and leading soldiers and White House officials in a Jewish prayer.

Other removed footage showed Israeli and Arab troops working together in preparation for countering the alien invasion.

The Lebanese Shi'a Islamist militant group Hezbollah called for Muslims to boycott the film, describing it as "propaganda for the so-called genius of the Jews and their concern for humanity.

The film is not about American Jews saving the world; it's about teamwork among people of different religions and nationalities to defeat a common enemy.

The film had both its twentieth anniversary and premiere at a special live-orchestral screening performance at the Royal Albert Hall on September 22, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra , conducted by the original orchestrator Nicholas Dodd, performed the score live [60] during the film, and the film's composer, David Arnold , was a presenter at the event.

Independence Day was the highest-grossing film of , beating Twister , Mission Impossible and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Hoping to capitalize on the film's success, several studios released large-scale disaster films , [65] and the already rising interest in science fiction-related media was further increased by the film's popularity.

A month after the film's release, jewelry designers and marketing consultants reported an increased interest in dolphin -themed jewelry, as the character Jasmine Vivica A.

Fox wears dolphin earrings, and is presented with a wedding ring featuring a gold dolphin. The site's critical consensus reads, "The plot is thin and so is character development, but as a thrilling, spectacle-filled summer movie, Independence Day delivers.

Critics wrote that the film has "cardboard" and "stereotypical" characters, [3] [46] [70] [71] [72] and weak dialogue.

Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle gave the film his highest rating, declaring it the " apotheosis " of Star Wars.

The script is witty, knowing, cool. However, the film's nationalistic overtones were widely criticized by reviewers outside the U.

Movie Review UK described the film as "a mish-mash of elements from a wide variety of alien invasion movies and gung-ho American jingoism.

Several critics expressed disappointment with the quality of the film's special effects. Newsweek ' s David Ansen claimed the special effects were of no better caliber than those seen nineteen years earlier in Star Wars.

American Film Institute lists. Disaster elements portrayed in Independence Day represented a significant turning point for Hollywood blockbuster films.

With advancements in CGI special effects, events depicting mass destruction became commonplace in films that soon followed, such as Armageddon and Deep Impact The trend continued throughout the s and s, evident in films such as Emmerich's The Day After Tomorrow , as well as Transformers and The Avengers Author Stephen Molstad wrote a tie-in novel to help promote the film shortly before its release.

The novel goes into further detail on the characters, situations, and overall concepts not explored in the film.

The novel presents the film's finale as originally scripted, with the character played by Randy Quaid stealing a missile and roping it to his cropduster biplane.

Following the film's success, a prequel novel entitled Independence Day: Silent Zone was written by Molstad in February Brackish Okun.

Molstad wrote a third novel, Independence Day: War in the Desert in July Set in Saudi Arabia on July 3, it centers around Captain Cummins and Colonel Thompson, the two Royal Air Force officers seen receiving the Morse code message in the film Americanised ranks corrected to Squadron Leader and Group Captain respectively in the Omnibus reissue.

A Marvel comic book was also written based on the first two novelizations. On August 4, , BBC Radio 1 broadcast the one-hour play Independence Day UK , written, produced, and directed by Dirk Maggs , a spin-off depicting the alien invasion from a British perspective.

Dean Devlin gave Maggs permission to produce an original version, on the condition that he did not reveal certain details of the movie's plot, and that the British were not depicted as saving the day.

In a "behind-the-scenes" multimedia CD-ROM titled Inside Independence Day was released for Microsoft Windows and Macintosh ; it includes storyboards for the film, sketches, movie clips, and a preview of the Independence Day video game.

An Independence Day video game was released in February for the PlayStation , Sega Saturn , and PC , each version receiving mostly tepid reviews.

A wireless mobile version was released in A video game entitled ID4 Online was released in Trendmasters released a toy line for the film in In June , Devlin confirmed that he and Emmerich had written a treatment for two sequels to form a trilogy; both expressed the desire for Will Smith to return.

Emmerich, however, made assurances that the films would be shot back-to-back , regardless of Smith's involvement. In March , Emmerich stated that the titles of the new films would be ID: Forever — Part I and ID: Forever — Part II.

This would be a stand-alone sequel, that would not split into two parts as originally planned, with filming beginning in May and casting being done after the studio locked down Emmerich as the director of the film.

With respect to Smith's decision not to return to film a sequel, Emmerich told Screen Crush that: "In the very beginning, I wanted to work with him and he was excited to be in it but then after a while he was tired of sequels, and he did another science fiction film, which was his father-son story After Earth , so he opted out.

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