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Although it's unlikely for Will Smith to reprise his role for the 'Independence Day' sequel, his on-screen love interest is set to return for the next installment.
Usher is signed to star in the film as the central character, who is the son of Will Smith's Steven Hiller from the 1996 original movie.
Sources close to the 'Independence Day' sequel reveal that the 'Hunger Games' hunk is offered a role in the movie.
Director Roland Emmerich seemingly drops a hint about Quaid's return to the follow-up of the movie on Twitter, sharing a photo of the actor and writing, 'Hello, boys! I'm BAAAAAACK!'
20th Century Fox has slotted the second movie for a May 2015 production start to meet the summer 2016 release deadline.
Also getting release date adjustments are holiday films like 'Paddington', 'Hot Tub Time Machine 2', as well as a Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt-starring comedy.
The David Levinson depicter says he met with director Roland Emmerich and producer Dean Devlin about the sequel and reveals, 'They have a part for me.'
Director Roland Emmerich apparently will have to use the second script that doesn't have Smith reprising his role as Captain Steven Hiller.
The 'Fantastic Four' remake is moved back only one month, but the 'ID Forever Part 1' is delayed for a year.
Roland Emmerich also reveals that there will only be one follow-up movie, instead of two like he originally planned.
The 'Friday Night Lights' actor reportedly has met with Roland Emmerich who will direct the upcoming 'ID Forever Part 1'.
Director Roland Emmerich reveals he and the Steven Hiller depicter 'have a meeting planned.'