There are videos going viral on Sunday, December 13. The first video gaining buzz online is being called Independence Day 2 by the 50,000 people who searched for the term on Sunday, according to Google. The actual name of the so-called “Independence Day 2” film is Independence Day: Resurgence, as seen in the following video trailer titled “Independence Day: Resurgence” from 20th Century FOX.
The video trailer of Independence Day: Resurgence was uploaded to YouTube on Sunday, and quickly received nearly 100,000 views within hours. The nearly 13,000 likes on the YouTube video as compared to the hundreds of dislikes prove audiences might really pack out movie theaters when Independence Day: Resurgence arrives ahead of July 4, 2016. Independence Day: Resurgence is set to hit movie theaters on June 24, 2016.
The YouTube description describes how aliens in Independence Day: Resurgence have returned to Earth with amazing force, while the Earth’s citizens bond together in Independence Day: Resurgence in order to save the planet. The themes of global caring are immense in the trailer, as well as destruction.
“We always knew they were coming back. After INDEPENDENCE DAY redefined the event movie genre, the next epic chapter delivers global spectacle on an unimaginable scale. Using recovered alien technology, the nations of Earth have collaborated on an immense defense program to protect the planet. But nothing can prepare us for the aliens’ advanced and unprecedented force. Only the ingenuity of a few brave men and women can bring our world back from the brink of extinction.”
Independence Day: Resurgence movie fans don’t have to look for Will Smith in the film — his character was explained away as dead, even as Will said he’s planning to run for president, as reported by the Inquisitr.
Some members of the original Independence Day movie cast from 1996 have returned, and there are new faces as well. While Smith won’t appear, Liam Hemsworth will star in Independence Day: Resurgence. Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman, and Judd Hirsch will be there as well.
Vivica A. Fox was memorable as a stripper in the original movie, but she looks a lot more stately in the Independence Day: Resurgence trailer. Brent Spiner, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jessie Usher, Maika Monroe and Sela Ward are other actors that round out the cast of the new movie.
As seen on the War of 1996 | Independence Day: Resurgence website, it is learned that “The War of 1996” had a major impact on the world as depicted in the movie. Whether the so-dubbed “Independence Day 2” movie will be as successful as the first — or even more so — remains to be seen.
“While we’ve become stronger than ever before, its impact is still felt today.”
The Independence Day: Resurgence movie trailer isn’t the only video going viral. As reported by the Daily Mail, video of Eleanore Stern at the DMV is also going viral and gaining plenty of comments.
Warning: The following video might contain language and actions that could be disturbing to some viewers.
The 31-year-old woman began acting violent and kicking an officer who tried to calm Stern down and bring her into another room. The incident with Eleanore yelling at the officer occurred at a Florida Department of Motor Vehicles office — better known as the DMV to folks who always joke about time spent therein waiting for things like driver’s license renewals and such. After Eleanore argued with DMV examiners, the police were called, and Stern kept arguing.
Not only did Eleanore not calm down regarding whatever subject began the melee, Stern ratcheted up her anger by kicking the officer. He threw Stern to the ground and tried to subdue her that way, yet Eleanore kept yelling and crawling away from the police officer and being belligerent.
In comparing Stern’s assault on the Florida Highway Patrol trooper and Eleanore’s actions of crawling away from a cop to those of Nicholas Robertson — who was shot dead when he crawled away from cops, but reportedly had a weapon — social media is calling foul on the way Stern was able to walk away from jail after posting a $100 bond.
(Photo by Eric Charbonneau/Invision for Twentieth Century Fox/AP Images)