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First Independence Day: Resurgence trailer is a throwback to the ‘90s

In 1996, when a massive alien mothership appeared over the New York skyline, it changed movies forever. Never before had such a daunting image been projected in an action film. With Independence Day Roland Emmerich gave us a seminal ‘90s action movie. Now, in 2015, he returns with the first trailer for the long overdue sequel Independence Day: Resurgence, due out exactly 20 years later in 2016.

From the very first frames, this trailer promises to be both a nostalgic throwback to the greatest decade in action movies and a much needed update for the modern audience. While the effects were path breaking for 1996, we’ve become used to grander spectacle these days. And that’s what Emmerich gives us.

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