"We have our characters landing, or they have to land. It's an emergency; they make it in the last moment. And they're very happy they're still alive. So the next moment, they realize there are hundreds of airplanes all around. So, wow, there is something bigger going on ..."
There's always something bigger going on in a Roland Emmerich film.
From an alien invasion ("Independence Day") to tidal waves crashing over New York ("The Day After Tomorrow"), the German director is the architect of the type of classic catastrophe scenes that pull audiences to the edge of their seats. Read full article »