The alien invasion film Independence Day starring Will Smith has develop into a cult basic since its launch in 1996. Vivica A. Fox was a part of the unique ID solid, and he or she reprised her function as Jasmine Dubrow within the sequel.
2016’s Independence Day: Resurgence didn’t have the identical cultural affect or field workplace success as its predecessor. The Roland Emmerich-directed movement image additionally didn’t impress skilled movie critics.
In a current interview with The A.V. Club, Vivica A. Fox admits Resurgence fell wanting recapturing the magic of Independence Day. The veteran actress expressed the absence of Will Smith damage the second installment within the franchise.
“I simply didn’t really feel prefer it was good and lived as much as the primary one. I actually really feel we missed out by not bringing Will Smith again,” stated Vivica A. Fox about Independence Day: Resurgence.
The NAACP Picture Award winner added, “We obtained many of the authentic solid, however I feel the one true hyperlink that was lacking to the success of Independence Day 2 was that Will Smith wasn’t there.”
Vivica A. Fox went on to say she entered the Independence Day: Resurgence premiere with issues about how ID followers would react to half two. Apparently, a major variety of Fox’s Twitter followers did categorical disappointment.
1996’s Independence Day, directed by Roland Emmerich, grossed greater than $817 million on the international field workplace. The twentieth Century Fox-backed film has a 68% critics score on Rotten Tomatoes with a 75% audience score.
Independence Day: Resurgence solely managed to herald round $390 million worldwide. Critics panned Resurgence, evidenced by its 29% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Moviegoers gave the sci-fi sequel a 30% score on the review-aggregation web site.