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Independence Day: Resurgence is a 2016 American science fiction action film co-written and directed by Roland Emmerich, serving as a sequel to the 1996 film Independence Day. It stars an ensemble cast that consists of Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman, Maika Monroe, Travis Tope, William Fichtner, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and Judd Hirsch. The film takes place twenty years after the events of the first film, during which the United Nations has collaborated to form the Earth Space Defense, an international military defense and research organization. Through reverse engineering, the world has fused the power of alien technology with humanity s and laid the groundwork to resist a second invasion.
Plans for a sequel to Independence Day began as early as 2001, with 20th Century Fox eventually green-lighting the project in 2014. Principal photography began in April 2015 at locations primarily in New Mexico but also in the Bonneville Salt Flats of Utah, which were featured in the original. This was one of Robert Loggia s final projects before he died and the film is dedicated in memory of him.
Independence Day: Resurgence was released by 20th Century Fox in the United States on June 24, 2016, twenty years after the release of Independence Day, in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D, receiving negative reviews and becoming a box office bomb, grossed $389 million worldwide at the box office against its $165 million budget.
Twenty years after the War of 1996, the United Nations has founded the Earth Space Defense (ESD), a global defense advanced research program that reverse-engineers alien technology and serves as Earth s alert system against extraterrestrial threats. Civilization has been restored and relative peace among nations exists following the human race s victory over the aliens attacks, and major cities around the world including Washington D.C. were rebuilt and modernized with amalgamated technologies. After establishing Area 51 as its headquarters, the ESD set up bases on the Moon, Mars, and Rhea, and orbital defense satellites above Earth, as fortifications against future invasions.
ESD Director David Levinson meets with warlord Dikembe Umbutu and Dr. Catherine Marceaux in the African state Republique Nationale d Umbutu. They travel to a landed alien saucer and discover that the aliens were drilling before then sending a distress signal to their homeworld prior to their defeat. It is revealed that people such as former U.S. President Thomas Whitmore, Dr. Brackish Okun, and Umbutu are telepathically linked to the aliens collective consciousness, following personal encounters, and have visions of an unidentified spherical object.
An unidentified spherical ship emerges from a wormhole near Earth s Moon. Despite objections from Levinson, it is destroyed on the orders of the Security Council. Defying orders, American pilots Jake Morrison and Charlie Miller then collect Levinson, Marceaux, Umbutu, and U.S. federal controller Floyd Rosenberg on a space tug. They head for the wreckage in the Van de Graaff crater, where they recover a large container. An alien mothership, 3000 miles in diameter suddenly appears, responding to the distress call, and proceeds to destroy much of Earth s planetary defense systems before landing over the North Atlantic Ocean, where it starts to drill down toward Earth s molten core for fuel that will destroy the planet in the process. Narrowly escaping death, those on board the space tug avoided capture and return to Area 51.
Whitmore, Levinson, and U.S. General Joshua Adams groups interrogate one of the aliens held in captivity at Area 51 s prison facility from the war. They learn that the aliens exist in a hivemind and that one of their colossal Queens is commanding the invasion. Realizing that they had killed a supervising Queen above Earth during the first invasion, Levinson hypothesizes that if they kill this one, her forces will cease drilling and go dormant. An ESD aerial fleet, led by Captain Dylan Hiller, stages a counterattack, but they are ambushed within the mothership, leaving only a few survivors, including Dylan, Jake, Charlie, and fellow ESD lieutenant and Chinese pilot Rain Lao.
In Area 51, Okun opens the rescued container and releases a giant white sphere of virtual intelligence. The sphere reveals that her mission is to evacuate survivors to a planet of refugees from other worlds targeted by the aliens, whom she calls Harvesters , and unite them in an attack on the Harvesters planet. In the mothership, all surviving ESD pilots manage to escape by hijacking enemy craft; Dylan, Jake, Charlie, and Rain navigate two Harvester fighters to pursue the Queen s personal ship, which is heading to Area 51 to extract information from the sphere about the refugee planet.
Knowing that the Harvester Queen has become aware of the sphere s location, the ESD hides her in an isolation chamber and uses a decoy in Jake s space tug to lure the Harvester Queen s ship into a trap. Whitmore volunteers to pilot the transport ship on a suicide mission, leading the Queen s ship into a trap before detonating a bomb, thus destroying the enemy ship by sacrificing himself. However, the Harvester Queen survives by using an energy shield and a battle breaks out. During the engagement, when the Harvester Queen lowers her shield to fire her own weapon, a critical hit by Whitmore s daughter Patricia deactivates her shield. This allows Dylan s party, which arrives just in time, to kill her before she can take the sphere.
With the Queen gone, all the remaining alien fighters are rendered inactive while the mothership stops drilling and retreats to space. Okun reveals that the sphere has asked humanity to lead her resistance and has offered them new technology in preparation for a potential counterattack on the Harvesters homeworld.
- Liam Hemsworth as Jake Morrison, a pilot of the Earth Space Defense and Patricia Whitmore s fiancé, who lost his parents when the aliens first attacked.
- Jeff Goldblum as David Levinson, the director of the Earth Space Defense and the United States government s leading researcher on extraterrestrial technology.
- Bill Pullman as President Thomas J. Whitmore, the former President of the United States who is highly revered by the country as a world-saving war hero, but the fights against the aliens have left Whitmore with post-traumatic stress disorder and psychically linked to the enemy permanently.
- Maika Monroe as Patricia Whitmore, the daughter of Thomas Whitmore, who was inspired by her father to follow his footsteps as a combat pilot and dedicates her military career to the memory of her mother Marilyn. She was previously portrayed by Mae Whitman in the first film.
- Jessie T. Usher as Dylan Hiller, the stepson of Steven Hiller and captain of the Earth Space Defense. He was previously portrayed by Ross Bagley in the first film.
- William Fichtner as General Joshua T. Adams, the United States Air Force General and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who later succeeds Elizabeth Lanford as President of the United States. General Adams was seen briefing the President, the Secretary of Defense and the National Security Council during the aliens first attack, due to his capacity as the nation s highest-ranking military officer and the principal military advisor to the President, the Secretary of Defense and the National Security Council.
- Charlotte Gainsbourg as Dr. Catherine Marceaux, a French psychiatrist researching telepathic connections between humans and aliens, and David Levinson s romantic partner after his wife Constance died before the events of the film.
- Judd Hirsch as Julius Levinson, a retired rabbi, David Levinson s father, and the author of the book How I Saved the World that narrates events of the first invasion from his experiences and perspectives.
- Brent Spiner as Dr. Brackish Okun, the director of research at Area 51.
- Travis Tope as Charlie Miller, a lieutenant in the Earth Space Defense and friend of Jake, who also lost his family when the aliens first attacked.
- Sela Ward as Elizabeth Lanford, the President of the United States. She lost her family during the first invasion and this loss made her suspicious of anything coming from space.
- Patrick St. Esprit as Reese Tanner, the United States Secretary of Defense in President Lanford s cabinet.
- Angelababy as Rain Lao, a Chinese lieutenant in the Earth Space Defense and Dylan Hiller s second-in-command of the Legacy Squadron who also lost her parents when the aliens first attacked and was adopted by her father s younger brother Jiang Lao.
- Vivica A. Fox as Dr. Jasmine Dubrow-Hiller, Dylan s mother and the widow of Steven Hiller.
- DeObia Oparei as Dikembe Umbutu, the Congolese warlord of the National Republic of Umbutu.
- Nicolas Wright as Floyd Rosenberg, a U.S. federal controller assigned to David Levinson and seeks to join the fight against the aliens with the Earth Space Defense.
- James A. Woods as Lieutenant James Ritter, a subordinate of General Joshua Adams.
- Chin Han as Jiang Lao, the Chinese general and commander of the Earth Space Defense s moon base and Rain Lao s paternal uncle and adoptive father.
- Gbenga Akinnagbe as Agent Matthew Travis, a United States Secret Service agent assigned to former President Thomas Whitmore.
- Robert Loggia as General William Grey, the retired Commander of the Space Command.
- Joey King as Sam Blackwell, the oldest of the Blackwell siblings who finds Julius.
- Mckenna Grace as Daisy Blackwell, Sam s younger sister.
- Garrett Wareing as Bobby Blackwell, Sam s brother.
- Hays Wellford as Felix Blackwell, Sam s younger brother.
The possibility of a sequel to Independence Day had been discussed as early as 2001, and the film s producer and writer, Dean Devlin, once stated that the world s reaction to the September 11 attacks influenced him to strongly consider making a sequel to the film. Devlin began writing an outline for a script with Emmerich, but in May 2004 during the release of The Day After Tomorrow, Emmerich said he and Devlin had attempted to figure out a way how to continue the story , but that this ultimately did not work, and the pair abandoned the idea. In October 2009, Emmerich said he once again had plans for a sequel, and had since considered the idea of making two sequels to form a trilogy. On June 24, 2011, Devlin confirmed that he and Emmerich had found an idea for the sequels and had written a treatment for it. In October 2011, however, discussions for Will Smith returning were halted, due to Fox s refusal to provide the $50 million salary demanded by Smith for the two sequels. Emmerich, however, made assurances that the films would be shot back-to-back, regardless of Smith s involvement. In July 2012, Devlin reiterated that the Independence Day sequel was still in development, and the script would take place in 2012, 16 years after the original film s events.
In March 2013, Emmerich stated that the titles of the new films would be ID: Forever – Part I and ID: Forever – Part II. The films will take place twenty years after the original, when reinforcements of the original alien species arrive at Earth after finally receiving a distress call. The new films will focus on the next generation of heroes, including the stepson of Smith s character in the original film. In May 2013, Emmerich and Devlin mentioned that wormholes would be used as a plot device in ID: Forever. The following month, Devlin and Emmerich brought in the latter s White House Down (2013) collaborator James Vanderbilt to revise their previous draft. By February 2014, Vanderbilt had written two variations of the script: one featuring Smith s character in the lead and one with Smith cut out completely. On May 29, 2014, it was announced that the script for the first sequel written by Emmerich and Devlin would be rewritten by Carter Blanchard. The script was delivered to Fox along with twenty previsualization shots produced under effects supervisor Volker Engel, a long-time collaborator of Emmerich. On November 26, 2014, Deadline confirmed that Fox had greenlit the single film, and they were in talks with Emmerich to direct the film, while casting was reported to begin after Emmerich s confirmation. Writing duo James A. Woods and Nicolas Wright, who were working working Emmerich on a remake of Stargate (1997) at the same time, wrote the final draft of the script that resulted in the film getting officially greenlit. The full title, Independence Day: Resurgence, was revealed on June 22, 2015. Returns, Retaliation, Rises, and Requiem were all considered too along with the title before settling with Resurgence. Emmerich explained that in the sequel, the alien invaders that were likened in the original to locusts are more like bees , with a hive mentality and only interested in multiplying, and when they arrive it s more like a natural disaster than an invasion.
Early on, both Emmerich and Devlin hoped that Smith would return. However, in June 2013, Emmerich announced that Smith would not be returning, noting that he s too expensive. Smith later stated that he declined the role due to scheduling conflicts with Suicide Squad (2016), also in production at the time. Smith s absence in the movie is explained with the death of his character, Steven Hiller, who had been promoted to colonel, 11 years after the events of the first film when personally testing the first experimental prototype fighter designed with alien technology for the ESD. Later in June, it was officially confirmed that both Goldblum and Pullman would return in the sequel, and that a gay character would be featured. After Resurgence s release, a reviewer with an interest in LGBT issues accused the film of under-delivering on this commitment.
On January 27, 2015, casting began with Fox offering the lead role to Liam Hemsworth. French-British actress Charlotte Gainsbourg was in talks to join the film s cast, revealed by THR on March 20, 2015. Newcomer Travis Tope was set on March 25, 2015 to play the role of Charlie. On March 3, 2015, Emmerich confirmed via Twitter that Vivica A. Fox would reprise the role of Jasmine Dubrow, her character from the previous film. That same day, Jessie Usher was added to the cast to portray the role of the stepson of Smith s character. Jeff Goldblum and Bill Pullman were also set to reprise their roles from the previous film. Maika Monroe signed on to star in the film on April 27, 2015. She would play the daughter of the former President after Mae Whitman, who played the character in the original movie, declined to read for the part, according to Emmerich, though other sources indicate there might have been other reasons involved. Monroe was selected from a shortlist that included Gabriella Wilde, Britt Robertson, Merritt Patterson and Lucy Boynton. Sela Ward s casting as the new President of the United States was confirmed on May 4, 2015. On May 13, 2015, Mckenna Grace also joined the film to play Daisy. On May 19, 2015, Patrick St. Esprit was cast as Secretary of Defense Tanner. On May 29, 2015, William Fichtner was cast as a General, a role that is planned to be larger if more films are made. The casting of Angelababy was announced on Twitter by Emmerich on June 3, 2015.
Filming began on April 20, 2015, and wrapped on August 22, 2015. Filming for additional scenes also took place in early 2016 in Los Angeles. Some scenes were also filmed in West Wendover, Nevada, London, at the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, and Singapore s Marina Bay Sands. Due to the availability of regional filming, the producers decided to shoot the film largely in New Mexico. Moreover, the state offers a 25% movie tax credit. However, while location filming did take place in rural New Mexico and further north on the Utah and Nevada border, most of the shooting was studio-based. Albuquerque Studios was a major venue for the film. The film was shot in 6K resolution with Red Epic Dragon cameras and Hawk anamorphic lenses, and was later stereo converted to 3D.
Emmerich decided to return to the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, which he said he fell in love with while looking for a unique location for shooting the first film. However, problems cropped up as Emmerich was slightly disappointed by the nature and color of the area. This was because, before the arrival of the crew, a windstorm had occurred around the area, which blew a lot of dirt into the salt and subsequently turned it into a shade of beige.
The filmmakers refrained from shooting in India or portraying any prominent Indian monuments as being damaged to avoid potential protests and legal action from Indian religious groups and activists. Originally, parts of Dubai was planned to fall on Paris in the scene depicting the mothership destroying Europe while using Asian monuments pulled out by its gravitational pull. However, following the November 2015 Paris attacks, filmmakers reconsidered and instead had landmarks of Dubai fall on London. Emmerich said, After the attacks, we felt it wasn t right to have the Burj Khalifa crashing on the Eiffel Tower, so we dumped it on the London Eye instead. The English can take it.
Visual effects and design
Like the original Independence Day, Resurgence had its visual effects led by supervisor Volker Engel and producer Marc Weigert from Uncharted Territory, LLC. Like with White House Down, the Ncam camera tracking system was used on set to provide animation previews to the cast and crew and gather data for the effects companies. While the original film relied heavily on miniatures and Engel wanted them on at least one scene, the effects were mostly computer-generated which was pretty much less than half of the budget . Uncharted Territory, along with coordinating the overall efforts of 15 effects houses, was the leading company with 268 shots, created in a tight collaboration with the film s art department. Scanline VFX was the first vendor hired, and handled the mothership landing, which included creating detailed models of London and Singapore out of thousands of reference photographs and even Lidar scans to realistically destroy both cities. Weta Digital was mainly responsible for the design of the aliens and carrying out the climactic battle scene.
|Independence Day: Resurgence (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)|
|Soundtrack album / Film score by
Thomas Wander and Harald Kloser
|Released||June 17, 2016|
|Thomas Wander and Harald Kloser film scores chronology|
|Singles from Independence Day: Resurgence (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)|
The film s music was composed by Thomas Wander and Harald Kloser. The soundtrack also contains Electric U , performed by Kid Bloom and Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) , performed by Annie Trousseau. The soundtrack was released on June 17, 2016 by Sony Classical and Fox Music. Much of the themes and style of David Arnold, who worked on the score for first film, was kept.
All music is composed by Thomas Wander and Harald Kloser, except Electric U and Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) .
|1.||Traveling Through Space||1:26|
|4.||How Did They Get the Lights On?||1:13|
|5.||Inside the African Ship||1:22|
|8.||The Friendly Spaceship||3:18|
|9.||The Only Family I Got||1:01|
|10.||Welcome to the Moon||1:17|
|11.||What Goes Up||2:11|
|12.||It s Getting Real||3:06|
|14.||It s a Trap||2:36|
|15.||Worth Fighting For||1:12|
|17.||The Queen is Leaving||1:09|
|18.||Whitmore s Choice||1:59|
|19.||Humanity s Last Stand||1:10|
|21.||We are Rich||1:05|
|22.||Independence Day: Resurgence Finale||3:14|
|23.||ID4 Reprise (composed by David Arnold)||2:27|
|24.||Electric U (performed by Kid Bloom)||2:50|
|25.||Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) (performed by Annie Trousseau)||2:57|
Titan Books published several tie-in books for the film, including novels and comics. The first, an omnibus of Stephen Molstad s three Independence Day novels, Silent Zone, War in the Desert, and the novelization of Independence Day, was released on March 19, 2016. The second, Independence Day: Crucible, was written by Greg Keyes. Crucible serves as a prequel to the film and was published on May 24, 2016. A novelization of Independence Day: Resurgence by Alex Irvine followed on June 21 before the film s release and it differs from the film in that the character of the President survives most of the alien conflict as a prisoner of the Harvester Queen and is killed when the ship is destroyed, instead of being killed when the aliens attack the fortified bunker in Colorado and it also reveals – in POV exposition, during the scene where the Queen captures the sphere – that the sphere aliens are responsible for the creation of the Harvester aliens, who turned on them and wiped them out, though this plot device is not further explored in the book and may not be considered canon in any further films since it was not used in the final film. Titan Comics started a six issue comic book miniseries, Independence Day: Dark Fathom, written by Victor Gischler, with art by Tazio Bettin, which serves as a prequel set between the first and second films, and which began its run on March 23 and ended on June 15.
On December 13, 2015, the first trailer was released by 20th Century Fox. A TV spot was shown during Super Bowl 50 on February 7, 2016. A commercial for the U.S. Army aired promoting the film by presenting itself as a commercial for the ESD, or Earth Space Defense, a fictional military faction dedicated to defending the Earth against any further alien invasion.
In June 2016, 20th Century Fox s British division collaborated with Manchester United, of which 20th Century Fox is the official film partner, for a commercial featuring Jeff Goldblum and Angelababy, and guest-starring United players Chris Smalling, Daley Blind, Ashley Young, Juan Mata and captain Wayne Rooney as fighter pilots.
In Japan, 20th Century Fox collaborated with Sunrise to cross-promote the film with Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn. One of the film s posters has the Statue of Liberty replaced with the RX-0 Unicorn Gundam aiming at the alien mothership, while a TV spot features commentary by Gundam Unicorn characters Banagher Links and Full Frontal.
Independence Day: Resurgence premiered at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on June 20, 2016. The film was originally going to be released on July 3, 2015 but on November 12, 2013, it was announced that the sequel had been rescheduled for a July 2016 release. On October 14, 2014, Fox changed the release date to June 24, 2016. It was released in certain formats such as 3D, IMAX 3D, and premium large formats.
Independence Day: Resurgence was released on Digital HD on September 27, 2016, and on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD on October 18, 2016 by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. It topped the No. 1 spot in the Blu-ray Disc sales charts.
Independence Day: Resurgence was unable to replicate the success of its predecessor, which grossed $817.4 million worldwide in 1996. It was not one of the top-grossing films of 2016 nor even of its month of release, due to Finding Dory being the highest-grossing film of June. The film also failed to garner much support from China – the world s second biggest movie market – as the cinemagoers there complained about how little screen time there was for Chinese actress Angelababy. Moreover, the film was released in a crowded summer amidst sequelitis, in which numerous major sequels underperformed. The film has grossed $103.1 million in the United States and Canada and $286.5 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $389.7 million (53% less than the first film), against a production budget of $165 million.
In the United States and Canada, Independence Day: Resurgence was released on June 24, 2016 and was projected to gross $45–65 million in its opening weekend. It opened across 4,130 theaters, which includes 3,242 3D locations, 386 IMAX theaters and 450 premium large format. It made $4 million in Thursday-night previews from 3,200 theaters, and $16.8 million on its first day (including previews), compared to the first film s $11.1 million. In its opening weekend, the film grossed $41 million, less than the $50.2 million debut of the original, finishing in second place at the box office, behind the animated Finding Dory which was on its second week of play. IMAX made up $5 million of the film s opening numbers from 365 theaters. It dropped enormously on its second Friday by 72.1% earning $4.7 million. In its second weekend the film fell by 59.3%, despite the Independence Day holiday frame, earning $16 million. After falling well below studio expectations, it was considered a box office disappointment by analysts.
Internationally, the film fared better and was released across 58 countries – 73.5% of its total marketplace – where it earned a five-day total of $99.5 million on 21,872 screens, which fell more or less in line with its $100–150 million opening projections. It took the number one spot in 40 of those markets. It performed exceptionally well in IMAX, where it recorded the biggest IMAX international opening for Fox, with $10.8 million from 533 IMAX theaters, breaking Deadpool s previous record of $8.1 million the same year. In its second weekend, it grossed an additional $39 million from 64 markets and on just under 17,686 screens, down 60% from its first weekend while maintaining the top spot. It topped the international box office for two consecutive weekends before falling into fourth place in its third weekend behind Ice Age: Collision Course, Finding Dory and The Legend of Tarzan.
Its highest international tallies were recorded in China ($37.3 million), Mexico ($11.5 million), South Korea ($7.3 million), the United Kingdom and Ireland ($7.3 million), and Taiwan ($3.7 million). It scored the biggest ever opening for Fox in India with $3.5 million. In United Kingdom and Ireland, it debuted in second place, behind The Secret Life of Pets.
In the United Kingdom, any box office success was probably a reflection of very mixed feeling, as the population of the U.K. had on the morning of 24 June 2016, woken up to the news that it was leaving the European Union, following a referendum. The movie’s title, as well as the timing of its release, may be implied as symbolic of BREXIT and any subsequent box office success was owed to jubilant ‘Leave’ supporters in favour of ‘Brexit’, rather than by sober ‘Remainers’.
Fox also reported terrific results across Asia and Latin America, with numerous markets generating the biggest opening weekend ever for a Roland Emmerich film. In Japan, with an opening of $6.4 million, the film recorded the biggest Saturday and Sunday opening for Fox since Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith in 2005, besting even Avatar by 5%. In China, where the film received overwhelmingly negative reviews, it managed to record the fourth biggest Fox opening ever and came in second place, behind Now You See Me 2, after a close race between the two. However, it did set the record for the biggest IMAX opening for Fox there, where it took in $6.4 million at 294 IMAX sites, surpassing The Martian. It was expected to earn $90–153 million in China, which could eclipse Emmerich s previous biggest film there, 2012 ($68.6 million). It has grossed a total of $66.15 million in two weeks there.
In terms of total earnings, the biggest markets outside North America are China ($75.3 million), Japan ($25.03 million), Germany ($16.5 million), the United Kingdom ($15.7 million), Mexico ($14.1 million), and South Korea ($11.2 million).
On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 29% based on 232 reviews, and an average rating of 4.3/10. The site s critical consensus reads, It s undeniably visually impressive, but like its predecessor, Independence Day: Resurgence lacks enough emotional heft to support its end-of-the-world narrative stakes. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 32 out of 100 based on 40 critics, indicating generally unfavorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B on an A+ to F scale.
Richard Roeper gave the film one and a half out of four stars, writing, The Resurgence blueprint calls for a scene in which characters have human, allegedly humorous and/or touching moments; a scene in which characters plot strategy against the aliens; and a big action sequence in which it s often difficult to tell the difference between the good-guy spaceships and the bad-guy spaceships. Rinse and repeat, rinse and repeat. Mike Ryan of Uproxx gave the film a negative review, saying, This should be dumb fun. It s just dumb. Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian gave the film 1/5 stars, describing it as a planet-smashingly boring sci-fi sequel. Dave Palmer of The Reel Deal gave the film 2/10, saying, The final shot of the film is a set up for another sequel, and I just pray to God aliens come and wipe us out before that day comes. Ignatiy Vishnevetsky of The A.V. Club criticized the film as an example of Hollywood s current business model of preemptive franchising, stating that The movie s dips into all-out space opera (interstellar travel, more alien species, etc.) are only meant to get the audience pumped for a movie that doesn t yet exist, making the undistinguished climax seem like a skirmish. Robbie Collin of The Telegraph gave it 2/5 stars, saying it shows no signs of intelligent life. Sandie Angulo Chen of Common Sense Media says that the film isn t going to wow anyone who s seen the original, and it may satisfy younger audiences who care about the battle sequences, but overall this isn t a satisfying sequel.
Dan Jolin of Empire gave the film a positive review, saying it was spectacular as you d hope from a sequel to the 1996 planet-toaster, and as amusingly cheesy. You ll enjoy yourself enough that you won t even miss Will Smith. Guy Lodge of Variety gave the film a positive review, calling it a silly but spectacular sequel . Lucy O Brien of IGN gave the film an 8/10, saying, a silly, cheesy, spectacle-driven blockbuster with heart, Independence Day: Resurgence is a refreshing antidote to the grim and the serious sentiment we ve seen trending in sci-fi flicks of recent years. While its plot is messy and it s stuffed with too many characters, I dare you not to leave the theatre with a guilt-free smile on your face. Also rating the film an 8/10 was Jack Bottomley of Starburst, who wrote Emmerich s film is stupid and entertaining and sometimes stupidly entertaining but unlike his misfires 10,000 BC and Godzilla, it realises this fact and embraces it as a facet of the movie s character, taking its popcorn-munching entertainment to ridiculous levels in terms of grand scale and enjoyment. Ealasaid A. Haas of The Mercury News gave the film a mediocre review, saying that It was okay.
The film was nominated by the Alliance of Women Film Journalists for Most Egregious Age Difference Between The Lead and The Love Interest Award (for Charlotte Gainsbourg and Jeff Goldblum), and the Remake or Sequel That Shouldn t Have Been Made. The Houston Film Critics Society in its 2016 awards, nominated it for the Worst Film award. In the 37th ceremony of the Golden Raspberry Awards, the film was nominated for Worst Picture, Worst Director (Roland Emmerich), Worst Screenplay (Nicolas Wright, James A. Woods, Dean Devlin, Roland Emmerich and James Vanderbilt), Worst Supporting Actress (Sela Ward), and Worst Prequel, Remake, Ripoff or Sequel.
|Award||Date of ceremony||Category||Recipient(s)||Result||Ref.|
|Jupiter Awards||March 29, 2017||Best International Film||Independence Day: Resurgence||Won|
|Saturn Awards||June 28, 2017||Best Science Fiction Film||Independence Day: Resurgence||Nominated|
|Teen Choice Awards||July 31, 2016||Choice Summer Movie||Independence Day: Resurgence||Nominated|
|Choice Summer Movie Star: Male||Liam Hemsworth||Nominated|
|Visual Effects Society Awards||February 7, 2017||Outstanding Compositing in a Photoreal Feature||Under the Mothership – Matthew Giampa, Daniel Lee, Adrian Sutherland and Ed Wilkie||Nominated|
In June 2016, during an interview with Empire magazine, Emmerich stated that a third film could be made, depending on the success of the second one. He also said that audiences would not have to wait as long as they did for the second in the series. According to Emmerich, the third film will depict an intergalactic journey, possibly set a year or two later since he wants to maintain the same group of people, especially the young characters.
In March 2018, LRM Online reported that, after having met producer Dean Devlin at WonderCon and asking about the status of Independence Day 3, Devlin told them I don t know. I don t know. Currently, I personally have no plans of doing another one. One year later, Emmerich stated that once The Walt Disney Company purchased Fox he thought the chances of a third movie were over, but still had hopes that the project could happen given Disney s preference for franchise films.
|Plot||Two decades after the first Independence Day invasion, Earth is faced with a new extra-Solar threat. But will mankind’s new space defenses be enough?|
|Awards||Awards, 3 wins & 17 nominations|
|Writers||Nicolas Wright, James A. Woods, Dean Devlin|
|Stars||Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman|
|Produced by||Dean Devlin,Roland Emmerich,Ute Emmerich,Volker Engel,Larry Franco,Amy Greene,Jeffrey Harlacker,K.C. Hodenfield,Harald Kloser,Carsten H.W. Lorenz,Marco Shepherd|
|Music by||Harald Kloser,Thomas Wanker|
|Cinematography by||Markus Förderer|
|Film Editing by||Adam Wolfe|
|Casting By||Jo Edna Boldin,John Papsidera|
|Production Design by||Barry Chusid|
|Art Direction by||Lauren Abiouness,Ravi Bansal,Luis Guggenberger,Mark Hofeling,Caty Maxey,Christa Munro,Patrick M. Sullivan Jr.,Eric Sundahl,Clint Wallace|
|Set Decoration by||Jay Hart,Kevin Kropp|
|Costume Design by||Lisy Christl|
|Makeup Department||Jennifer Bell,Svetlana Britt,Drew Burrell,Daniel Casillas,Sammie Chinigo,Megan Daum,Chase Heard,Christi Hennessy,K-Bobby,Laurel Kelly,Kelly Muldoon,Thomas Nellen,Emerald Ortega,Copper Perry,L. Taylor Roberts,Sara Roybal,Justin Stafford,Brett Stern,Stuart Gordon Tribble,Delana Veirs,Danielle Vigil,Michael Scott Baker,Mary Castor,Jerrad Gray,Carmen L. Jones,Jennifer M. Quinteros,Adam Walls,Nacoma Whobrey|
|Production Management||Erin Bosley,Larry Franco,Brendan Garst,Jeffrey Harlacker,Carsten H.W. Lorenz,Jason Miller,Jason Pomerantz,Duff Rich,Nathan L. Smith|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Kevin Collins,Nathan E. Davis,K.C. Hodenfield,Jai James,Jonathan McGarry,Paul Schmitz|
|Art Department||Matt Adams,Dean Armijo,Lorie Arms,Ernie Avila,Samantha Avila,Nuttavut Baiphowongse,Derrick Ballard,Laurent Ben-Mimoun,Brandon Birrer,Rick Brondum,David Brothers,Fritz Buckley,Zack Bunker,Jonathan Burdeshaw,Timothy Burgard,Susan A. Burig,Vincent M. Buscema Jr.,Ryan Campos,Andrea Cantrell,Isaiah Carpenter,James Carson,Alan Chao,Aric Cheng,Jeremy Chiordi,Court Chu,Jeremy Cisneros,Sage Emmett Connell,Antonio F. Cordova,Francesco Corvino,Kelton Cram,Travis Craven,Andre Criniti,Kevin Cross,Gerald D’Onofrio,Fausto De Martini,Fred Deyoe,Kim Deyoe,Ralph Diaz,Daren Dochterman,Adam Dougherty,Val Drake,Patrick Dunn-Baker,Molly Ebner,Daniel Edery,Brad Einhorn,Adam Eisman,Kevin Farrell,Camelia Finley,Forest P. Fischer,Derek Frederickson,Stephanie Furr,Adrienne Garcia,Kenneth Garrett,John Giuliano,Bradley Good,Ram Goradia,Graham Griswold,Sean Hargreaves,Hannes Harmon,Ephraim Harris,Ray Harvie,Kenneth Heimer,Desirae Hepp,Nick Herman,Jim Hewitt,J. Bryan Holloway,Bill Holmquist,Virginia Hopkins,Michele Horn,John Hoskins,Rocky Jackson,David James,Peter Jameson,Andrew Jarvis,Henry Stuart John,Kent Jones,Dan Katona,Barry Keenan,Nicholas Kelly,Terry Kempf,Dave Kilby,Nancy A. King,Eric Komala,Kenji Kondo,Jared Krichevsky,Scott Kuipers,Scott Kuipers,Tyler Lafferty,Kirk LeBlanc,George Lee,Tammy S. Lee,Adrian Lobato,Nathan Longest,Miranda Lorenz,Amahl Lovato,Christine Mahuna,John Malmborg,Christopher McCain,Jason McDonough,John McElroy,Morgan Mead,Ron Mendell,Nichole Miller,Joshua Min,Ralph Mock,Richard Anthony Montoya,Gavin Moughan,Johannes Muecke,Paul Mugavero,Luca Nemolato,Sonny Nguyen,Jon Oda,Peter Oedekoven,Richard T. Olson,Samuel Pactol,Sam Page,David Peck,Michael Pennington,Brooke Peters,Peter Popken,Anne Porter,Steffen Reichstadt,Todd Rex,Bradley Reyes,Dennis Riewerts,Siobhan Roome,Marco Rubeo,Nicholas Rymond,Billy Salsberg,Ernest M. Sanchez,Leonard Sanchez,Matt Sazzman,Julian Scalia,Yohann Schepacz,Christian Scheurer,Scott Schneider,Loren Schoel,Ethan Scroggins,Kristen Sherwin,James Lawrence Sicard,Tara Sieber,Drew Simmons,Aaron Sims,Edward Skade,Lamont Snipes,Daniel Soltis,Paul Sonski,Reid Southen,Clark Stanton,Rachel Steele,Peter Tosti Stephenson,Brett Stern,Steve HyunSuk Suh,Dionisio Tafoya,Tim Taylor,Anne Tobin,Casey Tye,David Tye,Ely Vegh,Cuitlahuac Morales Velazquez,DungVan Vu,Philip Wagenblast,Cameron Ward,Kevan Weber,Mark Weissenfluh,Joseph Wick,Robert Wilbanks,Mark Yang,Christian Zeiler,Chris Zimmerman,Patrick Beals,Benjamin Last,Emil Malm,Tony Stockert|
|Sound Department||Brian Bair,Phil Barrie,John Eric Bentley,Michael Broomberg,David Brownlow,Tom Burns,Joe Cappelletti,Derek Casari,Blake Collins,Jason Patrick Collins,Jack Cucci,John T. Cucci,Jon Curry,Brian T. Delaney,Mark DeSimone,Richard Duarte,Jake Eberle,Jay Fisher,Phil Hadaway,Kimberly Harris,Gary A. Hecker,Kate Higgins,Joe Iemola,Chris M. Jacobson,Ryan Juggler,Doc Kane,Larry Kemp,Mark Kenna,Richard Kitting,Scott Lawrence,Howard London,David Lucarelli,Paul Mercier,Michael Minkler,Paul N.J. Ottosson,Charleen Richards,Dennis S. Sands,Randy Singer,John Soukup,Hamilton Sterling,Karen Strassman,Kathie Talbot,Greg ten Bosch,Kirk Thornton,Robert Troy,Dave Wilson,Michael Ann Young,Bruce Tanis|
|Special Effects by||Matt Adams,Chris Baer,Justin Bertges,Douglas Calli,Michael Clarke,Lawrence Decker,Alan Decktor,Adam Dougherty,John Fleming,David Greene,Dong Guo,Abhi Ingale,Brandon Jackson,Alan Lashbrook,Clayton Martinez,Craig Mason,Jon K. Miller,Heidi Mistic,Ayumi Miyashiro,Ameet Muley,Michael O’Brien,Doug Passarelli,Joshua Pinney,Ceres Regnum,Michael Rifkin,Reggie Rizzo,Scott Roark,Mike Rotella,Michael Roundy,Chao-Lin Peter Sun,Marc Tantin,Chad Van Baalbergen,Sara Villarreal,Josh Wasylink,Ray L. Wilkerson,Kodai Yoshizawa,Ross Young,Alec Gillis,Andy Krawiec,Phil Weisgerber|
|Visual Effects by||Shaun Friedberg ‘Pyrokinesis’,Nathan Abbot,Marco Abbruzzese,Christian Acuña,Matthew Adams,Olivia Adams,Mayur Dadarao Adhau,Lydia Aguilar,Ahsan Uddin Ahmed,Fazil Ahmed,Alexandre Aillet,Matt Aitken,Matt Akey,Mashi Akiyama,Bushra Al,Bushra Al,Stacy Albrecht,Dennis Albus,Anjel Alcaraz,Aldo Aldana,Carlos A. Alfaro Jr.,Conrad Allan,Xavier Allard,Corey Allen,Mark Edward Allen,Michael Allen,Rachel Allen,Ryan Allen,Juan Pablo Allgeier,Stephanie Alvarado,Luiz Amaral,Shudhdodhan Milind Ambhore,Jongjun An,Anuj Anand,Anandhaiyappan,David Anastácio,Dane Anderson,Eric Andrusyszyn,Gerald Ang,Malcolm Angell,Kelly Antaya,Syed Arafath Apsar,Aaron Arendt,Georgy Arevshatov,Charlie Armstrong,Anthony Arnoux,Avi Arora,Radu Arsith,Prabesh Aryal,Saqib Ashraf,Daniel Ashton,Graham Ashworth,Suzie Askham,Mike Aslin,James Aston,Tohda Asuka,Atanas Atanasov,Delano Athias,Ruben Athouel,Alex Auriol,Patrice Avery,Remus Avram,Lin Ayetut,Dan Ayling,Amir Azar,Emi Baba,Mathieu Bacchous,Matthias Backmann,Adam Bacon,Jessica Bagby,Rami Bahsous,Michael Bain,Kamaljit Bains,Heath Baker,Leslie Baker,Lucas Baker,Friska Bako,Sam Balzer,Gretchen Bangs,Jillian Barayang,Mark Barber,Carlo Barbera,H.R. Barnett,Juan Barrales,Alan Bartholomew,Sonia Bass,Miguel Basulto,Mark Battle,Monica Rodriguez Bautista,Rubén Bautista,Arthur Bayard,Bryn Bayliss,Sebastien Beaulieu,Monica Bechu,Lyse Beck,Frank Belina,James Bell,William Bell,Pedro Paulos Bellini,Gregory Bellis,Nathan Benner,Brian N. Bentley,Lara Berners,Alessio Bertotti,Teresa Berus,Maxime Besner,Paulo Biajante,Ben Bigiel,Michael Billette,Steven Billette,Mohsen Bizar,Aaron Black,Andrea Block,Draghici Bogdan,Johannes Bogenhauser,Joao Bogossian,Martin Bohm,Wiebke Bohm,Florin Boieriu,Ioan Boieriu,Jimmy-Lee Boisvert,Falk Boje,Sara Bold,Sebastian Bommersheim,Alex Bonacci,Austin Bonang,Daisy Bonar,Pierre Bonnette,Don Boogert,Loganathan Boopathy,Nick Booth,Philip Borg,Rene Borst,Chloe Bostian,Luke Botteron,Kevin Bouchez,Moss Bowering-Scott,Chris Bowers,Matt Boyer,Richard Boyle,Tatjana Bozinovski,Markus Brackelmann,Adam Bradley,Neal Bradshaw,Derek Brady,Derrek Brajkovich-Horn,Lee Bramwell,Alex Branton,Douglas Braun,Justin Brekke,Stefan Brenner,John Brennick,Kristie Breslin,Laura Brewer,Decharne Brian,Stephane Brisson,Dean Broadland,Hugh Brompton,Ryan Brooks,Ryan Brouckxon,Jason M. Brown-Skovira,Steven Browning,Blair Brownlee,Ed Bruce,Boris Bruchhaus,Joerg Bruemmer,Eloi Brunelle,Andre Bruto,Sule Bryan,Bragi Brynjarsson,Matthias Buehler,Barbara Buenrostro,Pierre Buffin,Sirius Buisson,Nimoul Nims Bun,Dominik Burbaum,Jan Burda,Cuco Bures,Bryan Burger,Heiko Burkardsmaier,Andy Burmeister,Daniel Burridge,Matthew Burrows,Paul Burton,Amirah Busairi,Barbara Busch,Todd Busch,Eamonn Butler,Kurt Butler,Naomi Butler,Sam Buys,Melanie Byrne,Roisin Byrne,Hélène Bécourt,Sébastien Bélec,Allan Cabal,Howard Cabalfin,Denny Cahill,Kristaan Cain,Pedro Cal,Josh Callahan,Louise Calloni,Doug Campbell,Dylan Campbell,Andy Campion,Paul Campion,Thomas Campos,Can Baris Candan,Alessandro Cangelosi,Adrien Cappai,Miguel Carballal,Eric Cardenas,Curtis Cardwell,Jessica Carrington,Steve Casa,Nicolás Casanova,Silvio Castagna Muscella,Gerardo Castellanos,Paco Castillo,Enrique Sandoval Castro,David Catalano,Edward Catley,Olivier Cauwet,Harun Celebi,Irfan Celik,Melissa Cell,Giulia Celli,Jake Cenac,Nicholas Cerniglia,Craig Cesareo,Martin Chabannes,Julien Chagnon-Zimmerly,Jaroslava Chalasova,Scott Chambers,Matthew Chan,Solene Chan-lam,Nardeep Chander,Malavika Chandrakanth,Anoop Chandran,Will Chang,Pascal Chappuis,Victor Chassaigne,Rajat Chawla,Marlene Chazot,Meagan Chechalk,Marine Chene,Tim Cheng,Anthony Chiang,Nicholas Chilelli,Jacky Chiu,Gak Gyu Choi,Hyemee Choi,Jinhwan Choi,Jong Jin Choi,Wonmok Mark Choi,Soomin Chon,Tina Thitinuch Chongko,Janny Chou,Bradley Chowning,Eric D. Christensen,Zach Christian,Michael Chrobak,Marvin Chua,Sane Chung,Sara Ciceroni,Daniele Ciraolo,Carlos Ciudad,Danny Clark,Graham D. Clark,Peter Clayton,Roberto Clochiatti,Chris Clough,Charles Cohen,Michael Coldewey,Tamira Coldewey,Sam Cole,Federico Colella,Carlos Conceicao,Peter Connelly,Tristan Connors,Niko Conte,Vernessa Cook,Stephen Timothy Cooney,Shane Cooper,Claudia Coppa,Natalino Cordeiro,Joshua Cordes,Laurent Cordier,David Cordon,Tommaso Corona,Adrian Corsei,Nestor Costa,Ivan Costarrosa Rios,Brenton Cottman,Gabriel Couture-Bojanowski,Sarah Cowhey,Sam Cox,Kenneth Coyne,Jan Philip Cramer,David Crane,Doug Creel,Jim Croasdale,Steve Cronin,Tim Crowson,Kevin Culhane,Martyn ‘Moose’ Culpitt,Alice Cumbaa,Graham Cunningham,Matt Cunningham,Rocky Curby,Sanchia Currie,Grahame Curtis,Nathalie Cyr,Adam Czuprak,Etienne Daigle,Viviane Dall’Agnol,Nick Damico,Ashish Dani,Philipp Danner,Varuna Darensbourg,Sashwata Das,Tomas Davidovic,Cara Tallulha Davies,Jonathan Davies,Amber Davy,Daphne De Jesus,Carlos Patrick De Leon,Jo De Mey,Gianluca De Pasquale,Rachel Pieper Decker,Jake Dee-McKoy,Virginie Degorgue,Yoshi DeHerrera,Christian Deiß,Marianne Del Rosario,Stanley A. Dellimore,Marie-Charlotte Derne,Greg Derochie,Ayla Dervis,Kunal Desai,Saurabh Deshpande,Varadarajan Desikan,Brad Desjardins,Jason Desjarlais,Louis Desrochers,Rustin Devendorf,Etienne Devillée,Craig Dibble,Matt Dicken,Timothy Diem,Rod Dimayuga,Eshan Dissanayake,Mira Djovcos,Roland Dobson,Andrew Dohan,Oz Dolphin,Tracie Donais,Ian Doss,Telsyn Doucette,George Douglas,Keegen Douglas,Christopher Downs,Vadim Draempaehl,Kristen Drewski,Paz Drimer,Tom Driscoll,Marc Droske,Fred Duarte,Geer DuBois,Bogdan Dubovyk,Brian Ducharme,Maxime Ducharme,Wayde Duncan-Smith,Frederic Dupere,Adrien Dupont,Daniel Dupre,Sandra Duque,Guillaume Dureux,Daniel Duwe,William Dwelly,Gwendolyn Dyk,Ümit Dönmez,Scott Eade,Areito Echevarria,Kelly Eckstein,Samuel Edwards,Leif Einarsson,Yasmine El-Ghamrawy,Tamer Eldib,Kelsey Elias,Janeen Elliott,Brett Ellis,Jane Ellis,Marion Eloy,Hartmut Engel,Volker Engel,Thomas Enjalbert,Jeremy Erb,Gizem Ersavas,John Paul Escobar,Sohrab Esfehani,Melissa Espina,Jack Evans,Robert E. Evans,Stephen Evans,Maeve Eydmann,Paul John Faeldo,Florent Falipou,Andrew Farris,Luca Fascione,Kathryn Fay,Alessandro Feliciani,Eric Feng,Kate Fenton,Chloe Feodoroff,Maxime Ferland,Bruno Fernandes,Jessica Fernandes,Omar Fernandes,Charles Fernandez,Victor Manuel Fernandez,Lauren Fernandez-Morrell,Rogiero Fernández,Elisa Mar Ferre,George Ferris,Will Fife,Kelly Fischer,Alexander Fisk,Adrien Flanquart,Andrew Flatt,Daniel Flavelle,Dadrian Flavors,Alana Fleming,Ryan Flick,Megan Flood,Cheri Fojtik,Les Foor,Tim Forbes,Jeremiah Forkkio,Peter Forsyth,Eric Fortin,Lucien Fostier,Ludovic Fouche,Michael Fournier,Frederick Fowles,Richard Fox,Josiane Fradette,Raffael Frank,Jonathan Freisler,Fabian Fricke,Travis Fruci,Mara Fröhlich,Carlos Fueyo,Cinthia Fujii,Paul Fuller,Sarah Fuller,Anthony Fung,Amy Furey,Benoit Gadreau,Thorsten Gaetz,Phalguni Gala,Jason Galeon,Micah Gallagher,Stefan Galleithner,Stephen Gallop,William Gallyot,Mayur Gangasagar,Caraline Gao,Anthony Garcia,Julio Tovar Garcia,Emmanuel García García,Juan C. García,Caroline Garrett,Alvaro Gasco,Rosanna Gasparro,Nikos Gatos,Raphael Gaudin,Patricia Gaumond,Bryan Gauna,Andreas Gebauer,Joshua Gengler,Michelle George,Tobias Gerdts,Chris J. Gerrard,Neil Safeer Ghaznavi,Yub Raj Ghimire,Ashraf Ghoniem,Nikhil Ghoorbin,Jack Shahram Ghoulian,Mathew Giampa,Paolo Giandoso,Filippo Giansante,Roger Gibbon,Justas Giedraitis,Ulf Gieseler,Herod Gilani,Olivier Gilbert,Matthew E. Gill,Jen Gillespie,Emma Gilli,Kenneth Gimpelson,Andre Giordani,Christian Godzik,Michael Gomes,Richard Gomes,Em Michelle Gonzales,Claudio Gonzalez,Lisa Gonzalez,Mariana Gorbea,Pedram Goshtasbpour,Satyanarayana Gottapu,Guillaume Goudreault,Kelsey Gow,Christina Graff,Paul Graff,Megan Graham,Charlotte Gray,Vanessa Gray,Andrew Greenlee,Ryan Greenwood,Anthony Gregory,Bryan Grill,Nicholas Grobler,Jason Gross,Jörn Großhans,Christopher Grutzmacher,Chloe Grysole,Sandra Guarda,Ummi Gudjonsson,Glenn Guenette,Luis Guggenberger,Nicolas Guiraud,Xin Steve Guo,Gabriel Güeiros,Christian Haas,Michael Habenicht,Venetia Hadley,Markus Hagemeier,Joe Hagg,Ashley Hakker,Shramana Haldar,Robert J. Hall,Martin Halle,Tyler Halle,Matt Hallen,Karen Halliwell,Katie Hamberger,Noah Hamdan,Éric Hamel,David Hampton,Nick Hanks,Jan Hansen,Aleksandar Hardi,Kyle Hardin,Bryant Hardwick,Adam Harriman,Dylan Harris,Dan Harrod,Alex Hartunian,Toby Haruno,Patrick Haskew,Ken Hau,Dustin Hayes,Jasper Hayward,Dave Head,Jan Hektor,Ethan Helms,Quentin Hema,Aeon Henderson,Rachel Herbert,Mathias Herbster,Laurent Herveic,Julia Heseltine,Alexander Hewitt,Kimberley Hickey,Emily Fay Higgins,Hamish Hill,David Hipp,David Hirst,Dennis Ho,David Hodgins,Andrew Hodgson,Benjamin Hoellrigl,Finlay Hogg,Amy Hollywood Wixson,Jesse Parker Holmes,Julie Holmes,Matt Holmes,Daniel Hones,Sunghwan Hong,Courtney Hooper,Lisa Hooper,Edan Hopper,Christoph Horch,Niall Horn,Patrick Horne,Shailey Horton,Julian Howard,Heather Howell,Josiah Holmes Howison,Chung-Yin Hsieh,Mike Hsu,Jonas Huerta,Neil Hughes,Antony Hunt,Alexander Hupperich,Eric Hurt,Felix Hörlein,Jan Hübel,Corrado Ianiri,Julius Ihle,Sachin Ilamkar,Hasan Ilhan,Ivan Imanishi,Ryan Ingram,Yosuke Inomata,Giorgio Iovino,Azadeh Iranban,David Ireland,Jill Isner,Jonna Isotalus,Rick Ives,Liana Jackson,Zave Jackson,Ali Jafargholi,Siddarth Jambhulkar,Mel James,Seok Ryan Jang,Jess Jansen,Jakub Jeziorski,Zayn Jinah,Arthur Jing,Chawalit Jirattikansakul,Erik Johnson,Ross Johnson,Sarah ‘Jo’ Johnson,Tim Johnson,Gios Johnston,Danny Jones,Jeremy Jones,Joseph Jones,Justin Jones,Marc Jones,Daniel A. Judah,Kimberly Julien,Mark Julien,Rajesh Kumar K.V.,Niels Peter Kaagaard,Adam Kabbeke,Malgorzata Kaca,Sunil Kadam,Steven Kaelin,Lindsey Kaiser,Sandip Kalsy,Anurag Kapil,Kavita Kapri,Jose Julian Karam Lopez,Aleksej Karasov,Vasilis Karatziva,Stephen Karl,Sandro Kath,Santosh Katkar,Naoki Kato,Andrew Kaufman,Zoran Kazic,Patrick Keenan,Don Kemmer,Matthew Kemper,Seth Kenlon,Andrew Kennedy,Simon Kenny,Marcel Kern,Patrick Kern,Simon D. Kern,Suchitra Keshri,Katharina Keßler,Cindy Khoo,Thilo Kienle,Julia Kietzmann,Cenk Cevdet Kilar,Ryan Kilbane,Ki-Hyun Kim,Young Jin Kim,Ashleigh-Jean King,Fern King,Nicholas T. King,Diane Kingston,Andrew Kinnear,Doron Kipper,Balazs Kiss,Ryan Kitagawa,John Kitching,Joel Kittle,Heike Kluger,Jonas Kluger,Dorian Knapp,Oliver Koch,Paco Ramos Koch,Teck Chee Koi,Lenz Kol,Christopher Kollar,Carsten Kolve,Sidney Kombo,Jayzica Kong,Sean Konrad,Allie Koppel,Michelle Korczak,Muzaffer Korkut,Henry Kormos,Philip Korsika,Martin Kossmann,Peter Kostandelos,Jessica Koubi,Makoto Koyama,Iwona Krainer,Lars Kramer,Simone Kraus Townsend,George Krauter,Andreas Krieg,Robert Kriegel,Hannes Krieger,Anna Kriegl,Uma Krishnamurthy,Gopi Krishnan,Lon Krung,Norman Krüsmann,Stephanie Ku,Alexey Kuchinski,Markus Kuha,Deep Kumar,Manish Magesh Kumar,Ramyanth Kumar,Vishishth Kumar,Nicha Kumkeaw,Anaïs Lacoste,Kosta Lagis,Sweekim Lai,Alison Lake,Alain Lalanne,Yann Laliberte,Marc Landrain,Felix Dario Lang,Marc H. Langbein,Evan Langley,Carmen Lantsheer,Michael Lanzensberger,Etienne Laroche,Mike Larrabee,Vicki Lau,Rachel Laurenson,Mathias Lautour,Lorenzo Lavatelli,Jesus Lavin,Claire Lawrence-Slater,Julius Lechner,Michael Lederhuber,Daniel Lee,Paul Lee,Soon Ngee Chris Lee,Youngwook Lee,Yusong Lee,Benoit Legros,Erik Lehmann,Andrew Leighton,Snowy Leo,Sergio Leon,Matt Leonard,Mark Leone,Phillip Leonhardt,Yann Leroux,Nicolas Leroy,Xavier Lestourneaud,Joe Letteri,Alex Chun Yiu Leung,Deborah Leunig,Michael Levine,Didier Levy,Maude Lewis,Andrew Lewitin,Seth Lickiss,Tristan Lilien,Chi Jiajia Lim,Daniel Ti Yan Lim,Kim Lindqvist,John Lindstein,Matej Lipnik,Pauline Liquido,Simon Littlejohn,Andrew Livingstone,Wendy Lloyd,EungHo Lo,Thomas Sing Wai Lo,Jason Locke,Harshada Lodha,Rajavel Loganathan,Giuseppe Lombardi,Danilo Lombardo,Kristen Longtin,Javier Lopez Vega,Michael Lorenzo,Gabriele Lori,Mike Loucas,Ruth-Anne Loveridge,Zachary V. Lowe,Aaron Lucas,Jordan Lucchino,Lucy Luong,Nicholas Lutzko,Fredrick Lyn,Rob MacBride,Maximillian McNair MacEwan,Esteban Ali Camacho Macias,Thomas MacKenzie,Kendrick MacNaughton,Ajay Madala,Shri Bindhu Madhav,Madhurimagupta,Siddhartha Maganti,Vittorio Maglione,Felicia Mah,Gokul Mahajan,Vaibhav Laxman Mahajan,Ravi Mahapatro,Khoi Mai,Mahesh Maity,Uwe Majer,Liam Major,Carson Majors,Yael Majors,Vincent Febriyanto Mak,Daisuke Maki,Aron Makkai,Alexander Maldoff,Teja Malla,Zachary Mallett,Tony Man,Dean Mangion,Giovanni Manili,Ashley Manning,Vijay Manral,Jade Mansueto,Ali Mapar,Amelie Marcoux,Indah Maretha,Sophie Marfleet,Howard Margolius,Dida Marinova,Jason Marlow,Marco Marterer,Florian Martin,Jose Martin,Aldo Martinez Calzadilla,Andy Martinez Calzadilla,Fran Martinez,Gus Martinez,Rudy Massar,Pierre Masseron,Mark Masson,Nathan Mateo,Roger Mathews,Rebecca Matkaluk,Tomoka Matsumura,Shelley Matsutani,Richard Matthews,Eric Mattson,Martin Matzeder,Dirk Mauche,Marco Mazzelli,Cody McCaig,Lauren McCallum,Michael McCarthy,Judy McClain,Matt McClurg,Chris McConnachie,Mark McCormack-Douglas,Donald McCorquodale,Robert McDougall,Marlin McGlone,Tom McHattie,Brody McIlveen,Jeff McIntyre,Chris McLeod,Rick McMahon,David McPhail,Liam Meakins,Sven Mecklenbroich,Ramakrishna Medi,Gurel Mehmet,Gagan Mehta,Tobias Meier,Gabriela Mejia,Michael Melchiorre,Juan Melgoza,Ronnie Menahem,Carlos Mendoza Jr.,Giuseppe Mercadante,Noelle Merrick,Sheetal Meshram,Steffen Metzner,Kenneth Meyer,Marco Meyer,Philip Meyer,Paolo Michelazzo,Tony Micilotta,Ivan Mickovic,Steve Mihaylov,Justin Mijal,Ariana Miller,Lori C. Miller,Scott Miller,Sean Mills,Radovan Milosevic,Quay Mims,Gaëlle Minisini,Ryan Mintenko,Ankur Mishra,Minal Mistry,Scott Mitchell,Riley Mitchison,Bappa Mondal,Mathew Monro,Christopher Montesano,Summyr Montesanto,James Moore,Jim Moorhead,Nathan Mooth,Mafe Cortés Mora,Deepak More,Yonathan Moreda,Stéphanie Morin,Simon Dean Morley,Claire Morris,Eleanor Morris,Hugo R.A. Morris,Mohsen Mousavi,Dennis Mueller,Matt Mueller,Julia Mueller-Madaus,Tim David Mueller-Zitzke,King Mugabi,Yvonne Muinde,Andrew Mukama,Lionel Mullot,Masakazu Murakami,Nicholas Murphy,Nick Murphy,Alex Murtaza,Scott Musselman,Christopher Myerchin,Jason G. Myers,Thomas Müller,Ajith Kumar N.,Peter Nagle,Naren Naidoo,Duncan Nairn,Bernd Nalbach,Alessandro Nardini,Tom Narey,Amber Marie Naveira,Makarand Nazirkar,Ben Neall,Kenneth Nelson,Mark Nelson,Sebastian Ness,Shannon Nettleton,Christine Neumann,Christine Neumann,Pete C. Newbauer,Amanda Newby,Gary Newman,Nicolette Newman,Aline Ngo,Carlos-Christian Nickel,Catalin Niculescu,Drew Nielsen,Gustaf Nilsson,Siraphurin Nimmahnratanakul,Geoffrey Niquet,Johnathan Nixon,Sam Nixon,Jack Nolan,Thirupathi Nomula,James P. Noon,Sam Norman,Natasha North,Matthew Novak,Chelsea Noyon,Sabrina Nunes,John O’Connell,Pete O’Connell,Sean O’Connor,David O’Donnell,Kevin O’Sullivan,Carlos Oceguera,Tomohiro Okita,Melissa Olsen,Conrad Olson,Paula Olszowska,Lalit Om Prakash,Ray Ooi,Michelangelo Neri Orliani,Martin Orlowski,India Osborne,Raphael Oseguera,Andrew Osis,Jessica Ott,Jojan P M,Sumit Pabbi,Benjamin Pablo,Francisco Pacheco,Emiliano Padovani,Filippo Paganoni,Christopher Page,Gabe Page,Shana-May Palmer II,Roberto Palomeque,Diego Panadisi,Frank Panzer,Mirco Paolini,Jean-Francois Paquet,Rajendra Parab,Christian Paradis,Frederike Parenteau,Catherine Park,Kay Kyoung Park-Kim,Massimo Pasquetti,Dana Passarella,Joshil Patel,Devon Patterson,Matthieu Paugam,Paul H. Paulino,Negin Paydarfar,Russell Pearsall,Julia Lee Peat,Christian Peck,Geoff Pedder,Martin Pedreira,Anna Peftitsi,Daniele Pellegrini,Aymeric Perceval,Craig Pereira,Lara Perez Takagi,Cindy Perez,Daniel Perez,Benjamin T. Perkins,Alex Perlstrom,Nick Perrotta,Olle Petersson,Matteo Petricone,Leela Petrie,Fabiano Petroni,Valentin Petrov,Daniel Pettipher,Tobias Pfeiffer,Roland Pfisterer,Jean Joseph Philip,David Jeffrey Phillips,Will Phillips,Phets Phonasa,Brittany Piacente,Filippo Pierdicca,Ezra Pike,Mark Pinheiro,Luigi Pisciotta,Jordan Pitchon,Audrey Planchard,Leonel Plasencia,Viktor Plch,Zsolti Poczos,Brian Pohl,Vincent Poitras,Dan Pool,Barry Poon,Jason Porath,James Porter,Tim Potter,Christian Poullay,Severine Pozzo,Abhishek Prasad,Mathew Praveen,Jeremy Preissner,Brennan Prevatt,Nina Pries,Kristina Prilukova,Giuseppe Providenti,Derek N. Prusak,Gabriela Pruszkowska,Ivan Prvulj,Punniyakottiramalingam,Franzisca Puppe,Yu Qin,Darren Quah,Adam Quattrociocchi,Woreshmean Qudrat,Carlos Quijada,Christopher Rabacal,Cindy Rago,Velmurugan Rajamani,Keerthana Ramani,Adrian Ramirez,Pablovsky Ramos-Nieves,Davee Ramos-San Diego,Kade Ramsey,Ryan Ramsey,Akshay Rana,Dastin Rauch,Kisholay Ray,Mathieu Raynault,Tom Reagan,Jason Reese,Matthias Reiche,Gábor Reikort,Markus Reithoffer,Simeon Remedios,Jun Ren,Florent Revel,Amélie Rey,Tyler Rice,Graham T. Richardson,Whitney Richman,Daniel Ricwulf,Geoffroi Ridel,Diego Riestra,Adriano Rinaldi,Niels Rinke,Saysana Rintharamy,Robert Rioux,Genesis Rivas,Jean-Pierre Riverin,Jaime E. Riveros,Manuel Rivoir,Ariz Akhtar Rizvi,Grant Roa,Andrew Roberts,Filippo Robino,Javier Roca,Chris Rockwell,Raymond Rodriguez,Tony Rodriguez,Suresh Rohit,Marvin Rojas,Adrien Rollet,Jason Ronzani,David Rose,Zachary J. Rose,Justin Rosen,Zack Rosenblatt,Frank Rosenkränzer,Aaron M. Ross,Marc A. Rousseau,Guillem Rovira,Sue Rowe,Alvin Roxas,Jonak Roy,Merrin Ruck,Jack Runyon,Caitlin Rupert,Croft Russell,John Russell,Kalman Ruszkai,Eavan Ryan,Kevin Ryan,Desiree Ryden,Shirley Saccoccia,Jagdeep Saggu,Diganta Saha,Ryo Sakaguchi,Toshihiro Sakamaki,Salar Salahi,Juan Ignacio Salgado,Katharina Salinger,Celestin Salomon,Peter Salter,Kevin Sanders,Noemi Sanders,B.S. Rajkumar Sapate,Daniel Sarnowska,Minoru Sasaki,Andrei Sathmar,Yukio Satoh,Eevee Saucedo,Alexander Savenko,Luca Saviotti,Carlo Scaduto,Joe Scarr,Stephan Schaefholz,Robert Schajer,Erick Schiele,Caterina Schiffers,Sebastian Schmall,Katrin Schmid,Cale Schmidt,Markus Schmidt,Noah Schnapp,Arvid Schneider,Markus Schneider,Maxine Schnepf,Lukas Schnorfeil,Conor Schock,Daniel Schrepf,Brett Schroeder,David Schrott,Carsten Schulte-Braucks,Brian Schultz,Michael Schulz,Carla Schwam,Sebastian Schäfer,Jonathan Scott,Liscar Scott,Madeleine Scott-Spencer,László Sebõ,Vit Sedlacek,Ralph Segi,Juan Segura,Yulia Segura,Manuel Seifert,Leila Sen,Igor Senkin,Jaeil Seo,Martin Seu,Karl Sevilla,Gianfranco Sgura,Khizar Shabir,Manesh Shafiei,Fiaz Shaikh,Shareef Shanawany,Clayton Shank,Balakumaran Shanmugam,Shwet Suman Sharma,Jessica Sharp,Sam Sharplin,Adam Shaw,Vivek Shedge,Gary Shelley,Vinith Shetty,Sohail Shimi,Ehsan Shokrgozar,David Short,Lynn Sibley,Matthew Sidebottom,Pietro Silvestri,Christian Simon,Ben Simonds,Marc-Olivier Simoneau,Jade Simpson,Prabhdeep Singh,Siddharth Singh,Maxime Sirven,Kris Sison,Joao Sita,Anna Sitjà,Coline Six,Miro Skandera,David Skorepa,Matina Skouteri,Laila Sleiman Sanz,Brian Smallwood,Bryan Smeall,Irene Smirnova,Cameron Smith,Connor Smith,Corey Smith,Douglas Smith,Joshua Smith,Katherine Smith,Natalie Smith,Nicole Smith,Parker Smith,Shane Smith,Tammy Smith,Ryan T. Smolarek,Todd Smoyer,Andrew Smyth,Christian Sommer,Richard Sowerby,Marion Spates,Jonas Sperl,Alicia Spilka,David Spotts,Tatampudi SrinivasaRaju,Pembrooke St. Cyr,Lukas Stabile,Simon Stanley-Clamp,Juri Stanossek,Alexandra Stautmeister,Clayton Allen Stearns,David Steed,Jakob Jan Steffen,Albrecht Steinmetz,Mark Stepanek,Jacob Stephens,Tim Stern,Andy Stevens,Billy Stever,Aaron Patrick Stewart,Bernard Stock,Yesod Stone,Perry Stoutt II,Steve Stransman,Greg Strasz,Til Strobl,Max Stummer,Errol Stussi,Sudhirvarma,Larissa Sudom,Iryna Sumanova,Wessley Summers,Troy Summersett,Jason Summersgill,Chao-Lin Peter Sun,Romain Sunier,Lubos Gerardo Surzin,Adrian Sutherland,Phoebe Sutherland,Matthew Swanton,Michael J. Sweetser,Andrew Swihart,Heiko Sülberg,Krishna Prasad T.,Mehdi Tadlaoui,Kahu Taiaroa,Graham Tailleur,Shirin Takallu,Katie-Louise Talbot,Stedman Tam,Bee Jin Tan,Jerrod Tan,Olcun Tan,Shu Jun Anson Tan,Hanzhi Tang,Dipak Tarpara,George Tatchell,Sandy Taylor,Ben Taylor-Bryant,Vincent Techer,Felix Telfer,Jamie Telfer,Chris Templeman,Adrian Teng,Masahiro Teraoka,Radley Teruel,Sawan Thakrar,Damien Thaller,Mark Theriault,Sylvain Theroux,Raphael Thiery,Gaetan Thiffault,Michael Thingnes,Andrew Thompson,Ben Thompson,Craig Thompson,Kelsey Thompson,Jithendran Thottupurath,Eric Timm,Andrew Tinkler,Maria Todorov-Topouzov,Shermaine Toh,Syria Toliver,Helder Tomas,Ruggero Tomasino,Brian Tong,Joel Tong,Georges Tornero,Aldrich Torres,Ciro Totaro,Sébastien Tourneux,Will Towle,Derek Tracy,Olga Trailina,Kathleen Tran,Valentin Trasnea,Chris Treichel,Marco Tripodi,Denis Trutanic,Przemek Trzandel,Tzung-Da Tsai,Pui-Ming Tsang,Greg Tully,Cody Turcotte,Arron Turnbull,Georgios Tzoumas,Mathieu Tétrault,Jimmy Uddo,Panida Umrapal,Claudius Urban,Alexander Urik,Julian Utz,Jonny Vale,Pepe Valencia,Dirk Valk,Adrien Vallecilla,Kenneth Van Aken,Leigh van der Byl,Justin van der Lek,Gert Van Dermeersch,Jozef van Eenbergen,Caprice VanArsdale,Gideon Vandegrift,Kat VanderJagt,Courtney Vanderslice,Norbert Varga,Claudiu Vasadi,John D. Vaughan,Rohan Vaz,Ricardo Velez,Valeri Vidakovic,Dominique Vidal,Anatoly Vladimirov,Marion Voignier,Jan Volckmann,Sören Volz,Scott Vosbury,Holger Voss,Jonathan Vuillemin,Lea Vuillemin,Michael Wachniak,Ghanshyam Sureshbhai Waghela,Scott Wakeford,Erik Walker,Erik Walker,Scott Walker,Sean Noel Walker,Will Wallace,Jo Walls,Christina Walrod,Cait Walsh,Shawn Walsh,Ed Walters,Michael Waltl,Chia-Ping Wang,Felix Wang,Gongjin Wang,Nancy Wang,Ben Warner,Thomas Warrender,Bastian Wartenberg,Sanford Warwick,Chris Watkins,Martin Toby Watson,Shawn Wayman,Alex Webb,Ros Webb,Joe Weidenbach,Ollie Weigall,Marc Weigert,Johannes Weiss,Shelley Welch,Philipp Welle,Glenn Wells,Martin Wellstein,Mark Wendell,Blair Werschler,Adam Wesierski,David Allen West,Kyle Whaley,Trevor Wide,Julia Widmann,Ruth Wiegand,Luke Wilde,Ed Wilkie,Lyndsey Will,Katie Williams,Robert A. Willis,Craig Wilson,Ryan M. Wilson,Jessica Wilson-Silas,Marco Wilz,Blake Winder,Toby Winder,Anna F. Winters,Teresa Winters,Alexander Wlk,Jessica Wolff,Christal Wolgamott,Shawn Paul Wolvin,Steve Won,David Wong,Roger Wong,Beck Woolhouse,Simon Wottge,Andy Wright,Peter M. Wu,Klaus Wuchta,Dane Wylie,Xye,Casey Yahnke,Howard Yan,Edwin Yang,Momo Yang,Asuha Yasuda,Farid K. Yazami,Jordan Yen,Matt Yeoman,Donmill Yip,Jacob Yorke,Marvyn Young,Fuat Yueksel,Volkan Yurdakul,Asim Zaidi,Daniel Zamora,Christian Zeiler,Eva Zemaitis,Russel Zenarosa,Adrien Zeppieri,Christian Zilliken,Dominik Zimmerle,Moosuddee Zoubhair,Amelie Zunk,Najdovski Aleksandar,Rajesh Babu,Darren Bailey,Jake Chapman-Olsen,Simone De Salvatore,Taylor Finan,Anna Ford,Philip Fraschetti,Guy-Edwards Gonsalves,Ken Mitchel Jones,Kareem K.H.,Theresa Laurenson,Kevin Luttman,Sara Lynch,Prashanth Narayanan,Jack Nolan,David O’Brien,Glenn Osgood,Bhakti Patwardhan,Bandhavit Puangpikul,Cesar Quijada,Radhakrishnan,Anand Ramesh,Kranti Sarma,Denys Shchukin,Karen N. Sickles,Bjoern Siegert,Adam Tamblyn,Joseph Towe,Elena Velkova,Andrea Weidlich,Peter Ji Zheng|
|Stunts||Gee Alexander,Brian Avery,Kelli Barksdale,Freddy Bouciegues,Charlie Brewer,Emily Brobst,Steve Chang,Cottrell Chase,Ilram Choi,Matthew Lee Christmas,Newman Colton,Darrell Davis,Kevin Derr,Chris Donaldson,Dave Dunaway,Ed Duran,Brennan Dyson,Kofi Elam,Parras Elliot,Tom Elliott,Jeremy Fitzgerald,Tanner Gill,Al Goto,Kiralee Hayashi,Kai Hirvonen,Buddy Joe Hooker,Collin Hymes,Josh Kemble,Samuel Le,Will Leong,Michael Li,Jake Lombard,Carlton Lorenz,Kurt D. Lott,Jalil Jay Lynch,Mike Majesky,Angel Manuel,Tom McComas,Monique McKellop,Dustin Meier,Jake Mervine,Lance Nakagawa,Eric Norris,Natasha Paul,Manny Perry,Charlie Picerni,Austin Priester,Derick Pritchard,Jade Quon,Rafael Sola,Ryan Staats,Matthew R. Staley,John Stoneham Jr.,Monte Thompson,Tierre Turner,Cord Walker,Jermaine Washington,Michelle Waterson,Saleem Watley,Scott Wilder,Keith Woulard,Nico Woulard,Aimee Zannoni,Gee Alexander,Brian Avery,Freddy Bouciegues,Charlie Brewer,Steve Chang,Matthew Lee Christmas,Kofi Elam,Gerry Garcia,Kiralee Hayashi,Kai Hirvonen,Collin Hymes,Cassidy Kahler,Jade Kammerman,Thomas J. Larsen,Will Leong,Michael Li,Angel Manuel,Natasha Paul,Manny Perry,Charlie Picerni,Angelina Rauch,Kevin Reid,Simon Rhee,Alice Rietveld,Larry Rippenkroeger,Erik Schultz,Rafael Sola,Petra Sprecher,Ryan Staats,Matthew R. Staley,Monte Thompson,Cord Walker,Nico Woulard|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Phillip Abeyta,Tom Aldcroft,Matt Ardine,Jason Armstrong,Daniel Baas,Joey Bacharka,Claudette Barius,Robby Baumgartner,Free Bear,Jerry Beckerbauer,Michael S. Beckman,Nick Behrmann,James Belser,Jeff Bettis,Theodore Y. Bott,Justin P. Boyes,Waylon Brady,Michael Braunfels,Myles Brink,Dwayne Brown,Jack Browning,Ryan Bushman,M. Shane Cates,Bill Chapman,Jeff Comfort,Steven Cueva,François Daignault,Justin Dawson,Dwight Dollins,Greg Etheredge,Dustin Evans,Scott M. Evans,Frank Eyers,Mike D. Fernandez,Tone Freshwater,Trevor Garcia,James Goldman,Dylan Goss,Lamarr Gray,Andre Green,Keith Greenfield,Christopher Griffin,Dustin Guillen,Michael Hackett,Ian Hanna,Jeroen Hendriks,Taylor Hilburn,Kevin Hogan,John Howes,Max A. Hoyt,Bogdan Iofciulescu,Jay Kemp,Chris Kieffer,Kurt Kornemann,Jeffrey Lamm,Bret Latter,Seth Longo,Michael Lyon,Jose Madrid,Brian Malone,John Marzano,Sean McClellan,James McCray,Hanna McGugan,Lea E. Miller,Anthony Mollicone,Evan Nelson,David Ochoa,Mackenzie Oneil,Skyler Ostler,Sal Palacios,Haydn Pazanti,Robin Roles,Schenley Sargusingh,David Scott,Jason Seigel,Tom Slattery,Eric Stillions,Anthony M. Suarez,Michael Tolochko,Patrick Toohey,Timothy N. Walker,Scott Wetzel,Gael Whettnall,Dwayne Willis,Bradley Everett Wilson,Marvin Wright,Sean Wright,Jozo Zovko,Micah Minor|
|Animation Department||Balaji Anbalagan,Scott Beharrell Bono,Vincent Caudeville,Wesley Chandler,Rod Dimayuga,Denis Dvoryankin,Christina Erdos,Jason Fittipaldi,Sagar Funde,Alex Hislop,Chien-Chia Huang,Hyesook Kim,Matt Kowaliszyn,Carmelo Leggiero,Eduardo Castells Mateo,Benjamin Mulot,Jacob Murphy,Lukas Niklaus,Jack Preston,Shane Richards,Curts Rick,Dan Santos,Roy Sato,Walter Schulz,Warren Seeley,Divyesh Shah,Chad Shattuck,Keith W. Smith,Jason Snyman,Chris Sokalofsky,Nick Stein,Isaac Haiswee Tan,Danny Gordon Taylor,Nathan Thomas,Edwina Ting,Shaila Tobin,William ‘Rocky’ Vanoost,Ricardo Velez,Cameron Ward|
|Casting Department||Deanna Brigidi,Lava Buckley,Mike Garcia,Tina Kerr,Marie A.K. McMaster,Alejandro S. Rodriguez,Kim Winther|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Rachel Bris,Wynema Chavez,Red Rose Connerty,Jim Alan Cook,Jane Day,Carol Demarti,Lilia Diaz,John Patrick Doyle,Darryl Garcia Jr.,Shaun Garcia,Richard Gartrell,Jennifer Gingery,Solange Astrid Guerrero,Dana Kay Hart,Lorenzo Hearns Jr.,Marie Heitzinger,Melissa E. Hollingsworth,Brittnee Holmquist,Phillip Howard,Mary B. Iannelli,Jess L. Johnson,Michelle Kelly,Shanna Knecht,Regine Linhares,Nancy Molleur,John Ostrander,Liz Pecos,Aura Sperling Pierce,Ceres Regnum,Eileen Reynolds,Tracey Rogers,Margo Rombough,Gloria Shih,Kenn Smiley,James Spensley,Chandra Telfer,Sarabeth Tucek,Tony Velasco,Brian Dott|
|Editorial Department||Milton Adamou,Philip Beckner,Michael Buck,Todd Busch,Ricardo Bustamante,Richard Caputo,Evan Fisher,Mitchell J. Glaser,Shay Greenfield,Joe Hutshing,Joel Lin,Ricardo L. Marrero,Florian Martin,Emily Mason,Timothy Llewellyn Moxey,Paul O’Bryan,Alex Oreman,Jose Parra,Sam Restivo,Diana J. Rogers,Jenni Sorokin,Christopher Stack,Phillip Trujillo,Yvonne Valdez,Walter Volpatto,Jason Bowdach|
|Location Management||Clay DeVelvis,Bryce Palmer,James Lawrence Sicard,Rebecca Puck Stair,Rich Bokides,Jennifer Joyce,Cyndy McCrossen,David B. Smith,Deborah Wakshull|
|Music Department||Nico Abondolo,Mark Adams,Eun-Mee Ahn,Kludge Allen,Helen Z. Altenbach,Ryan Huntley Andrews,Fernando Arroyo Lascurain,Michael Bahnmiller,Ethan Bearman,Steve Becknell,Charlie Bisharat,Alison Bjorkedal,Jacqueline Brand,Jacob Braun,Laura Brenes,James Seymour Brett,Rob Brophy,Daniel A. Brown,Tom Brown,Andrew Bulbrook,Julie Burkert,Eric Byers,Caroline Campbell,Darius Campo,Roberto Cani,James Carlson,Heather Clark,Stuart Clark,Kevin Connolly,Rose Corrigan,Meredith Crawford,Wade Culbreath,Jennifer Cullinan,Tim Davies,Victor De Almeida,Zach Dellinger,Brian Dembow,Drew Dembowski,Thomas Diener,Steve Dress,Andrew Duckles,Samantha Duckworth,Bruce Dukov,Steve Erdody,Alan Estes,David Everson,Katelyn Faraudo,Judith Farmer,Matt Fausak,Walid Feghali,Alma L. Fernandez,Joshua Fielstra,Vanessa Freebairn-Smith,Matthew Funes,Julie Gigante,Kevin Globerman,Gregory Goodall,Jessica Guideri,Trevor Handy,Dylan S. Hart,Thomas Harte,Tamara Hatwan,Elizabeth Hedman,Amy Hershberger,Oscar Hidalgo,Paula Hochhalter,Luanne Homzy,Thomas Hooten,Oliver Hug,Jörg Hüttner,Alex Iles,Benjamin Jaber,Benjamin Jacobson,Dennis Karmazyn,Philip Keen,Kieran Kiely,Chris Kollgaard,Armen Ksajikian,Ana Landauer,Timothy Landauer,Adam Langston,Erich Lee,Songa Lee,Natalie Leggett,Phillip Levy,Jon Lewis,Lisa Liu,Lora’nd Lokustza,Maya Magub,Shawn Mann,Luke Maurer,Darrin McCann,Serena McKinney,Ed Meares,Jonathan Moerschel,Damian Montano,Rebecca Morellato,Bruce Morgenthaler,Kenneth Munday,Maria Newman,Helen Nightengale,Mike Nowak,Grace Oh,Jenni Olson,Anele Onyekwere,Geoffrey S. Osika,Joel Pargman,Alyssa Park,Jessica Pearlman,Joseph Pereira,Barry Perkins,Mark Petrie,Nicolas Philippon,Radu Pieptea,Ben Powell,Joshua Ranz,Teag Reaves,Leslie Reed,Bill Reichenbach,Amy Rhine,Rafael Rishik,Julie Rogers,Jay Rosen,Dan Rosenboom,Geri Rotella,Peter Rotter,Dennis S. Sands,Naomi Sato,Thomas Schobel,Tereza Stanislav,Christopher Still,Casey Stone,Lisa M. Sutton,Sarah Thornblade,Doug Tornquist,Marcus Trumpp,Cecilia Tsan,Michael Valerio,Josefina Vergara,Shalini Vijayan,Irina Voloshina,David Walther,Lara Wickes,Eric Wiesler,Roger Wilkie,Ralph Williams,James Wilt,Thomas Cavanaugh,Johnny Choi,Danielle Diego,Ellen Ginsburg|
|Script and Continuity Department||Mara Herdmann,Lorette Leblanc,Kathy McHugh|
|Transportation Department||William M. DeLuca,Graham Elliott,Doraifay Estrada,Cody Frost,Michael Thomas Garcia,April P. Hanson,Dart Hardiman,Sherman Jackson,Kelly Klindt,Mike McKenny,Brett Miller,Mitchell J. Neri,Jade Peterson,Paul Ray,Rick Spidell,Ryan Thor,Jay E. Vigil,Chad Wadsworth,Betty Weaver,Mark Webb,Keith White Jr.|
|Additional Crew||Tim Abell,Ava Acres,Tamara Allen,Jennifer Alley,Shelley Andagan,Kimberly Andrews,David Andriole,Giselle Anthony,Jenna Arnold,Phil Arnold,Hillary Baca,Case Barden,Fred Baron,Vincent Befi,Luis G. Benavides,John Eric Bentley,Lisa Berry,John Bilicki,Mary Bowman,Christina Bright,Gregg Brilliant,Michael Broderick,Autumn Brooks,Jared Chandler,Angela Chavez,Candise Cheung,Sue Zen Chew,Lauren Claret,Timothy Coggins,Elizabeth Cooke,Ed Cunningham,Jon Curry,Carrie Leonard de Aguirre,Adriana De La Cruz,Brian T. Delaney,Louis Delavenne,Dustin DellaVecchia,Jack Diamond,Jetto Dorsainville,Brother Eden Douglas,Robin Atkin Downes,Nicholas R. Doyle,Meg Dudley,Jake Eberle,Bernhard Eichholz,Brad Einhorn,Dan Ellis,Eric Fiedler,Miles A. Fletcher,Eddie Frierson,Eric Gallegos,Rhys Gilman,Jaraad Gordon,John Grace,Micky Graeter,Christopher Jacob Graham,Gary Grove,Justin Hadrych-Rosier,Christian Hainmüller,Denise Harkins,Brandon Harris,Angus Harrison,Jasmine Henderson,Nick Herman,Kipling Hicks,Kate Higgins,Mark Hochman,Alexander E. Hoffman,Heather Holton,April Hong,Teodora Ilie,Cherie Julander,Florian Kamhuber,Tess Kelly,Dom Dela Cruz Languit,Jim Lau,Scott Lawrence,Mela Lee,Michael Lemert,David Tierney Lerner,James Taku Leung,Heidi Lewis,Beatriz Loera,Lydia Look,Brian Mahoney,Leigh Maney,Safiya Mason,Frankie Mazon,Nan McNamara,Paul Mercier,Annette Merle,Emily Montague,Angel Laketa Moore,Harrison Moore,Bárbara Morelos-Zaragoza,Andrew Morgado,Adam Morgan,Johannes Muecke,Steven C. Mullins,Sarah Mummey,Dan Murbarger,Heidi Brook Myers,Chris Nielsen,Matt Nolan,Frédéric North,Russell Nunley,Andy Ochoa,Raymond Ochoa,Peter Oldring,Aylam Orian,Paul Pape,Vincent Parker,Rick Pasqualone,Sam Perez,Amy Phillips,Alan Pietruszewski,Sam Polin,Kenneth Pratt,Liz Probst,Jenna Purdy,Justin Raleigh,Geoffrey M. Reeves,Sam Riegel,Sam Sako,Jadon Sand,Cherlyn Schaefer,Lindsay Schnebly,Max Scholnick,Doug Scroggins III,Cindy Serigatto,Frank Sharp,Mariel Sheets,Sam Sherdel,Joseph Slomka,Shawn C. Smith,Sweetie Smith,Julieann Snow,Jeremy Stinson,Karen Strassman,Jen Kuo Sung,Courtenay Taylor,Marisa Taylor,Fred Tepper,William Thompson,Kirk Thornton,Adam Titchenal,Dominic Torres,Douglas Peter Viljoen,Rocco Vincent,Crystal Wan,Rebecca Whiting,Charlene Widgeon,Billy Wilkin,Dalon Williams,Evan Woodard,David T. Woodruff,Michael Ann Young,Joshua Zunie,Shane Birdsill,Michael Heintzelman,Scott D Martin,Elliot Stewart|
|Genres||Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi|
|Companies||Twentieth Century Fox, TSG Entertainment, Centropolis Entertainment|
|Keywords||alien,alien invasion,mothership,independence day,human versus alien|