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Liam Hemsworth Eyed For 'Independence Day' Sequel 'ID Forever'

Liam Hemsworth Eyed For 'Independence Day' Sequel 'ID Forever'

Liam Hemsworth has been offered a starring role in the upcoming film Independence Day sequel ID Forever, according to The Wrap!

If the 25-year-old Australian actor signs on, he would be directed by Roland Emmerich, who is known for his work on White House Down and The Day After Tomorrow.

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Michael B. Jordan is also rumored to be joining the sequel, which will not include original star Will Smith.

Jeff Goldblum and Bill Pullman, who were in the original 1996 film, are also expected to reprise their roles in the sequel.

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  • Pretty Little Mars

    If God is real, Liam Hemsworth AND Michael B Jordan will star in this movie

  • Benny Ehud

    Liam Hemsworth and Michael B. Jordan–they are trying to make a bad movie.

  • DavidisALLright

    Why randomly trash Michael B. Jordan, who’s a good actor regardless what you think of the new Fantastic Four? If I asked if you’ve seen any of his films, either it’ll be a no, or you’ll just say he was ‘horrible’ in them, so I guess what’s the point of rambling about this?

  • Benny Ehud

    I’m trashing both of them. I saw him in the Wire, Parenthood, and the movie with Miles Teller and Zac Efron, and Chronicles. He isn’t a captivating actor. Liam Hemsworth is the same way. I saw Liam in the MIley Cyrus movie, Paranoia, and Hunger Games.

    Both of these guys are mediocre actors. They aren’t charismatic.