Godzilla Top Viewed Trailer on YouTube

We at TGD have high hopes for the next Godzilla movie because the 1998 American version really blew it, and we’re hoping an American version of the big green guy can finally get it right for once. While there’s no word yet on how good or bad the movie could be, there’s a promising sign that audiences are really looking forward to the famous firebreather’s return on May 16. 

Pompeii is to Paul WS Anderson as every movie is to Roland Emmerich

The full length trailer for Pompeii is out with the gorgeous bastard son of Ned Stark, the very real and six-pack-abs-erific Kit Harrington. From the man who sleeps with Milla Jovovich, his single redeeming act of artistic integrity, Paul WS Anderson. If you don't think you are watching a Roland Emmerich movie then you don't know your destruction porn cinema very well, do you.

Can the ID4 sequels fly without Will Smith?

Regular readers know we’re big fans of Independence Day, or ID4 as it’s often called, and we’ve been following the developments of the potential sequels since they were announced last year.

ID4 sequel inches forward

A potential sequel for the sci-fi action Independence Day (ID4) seems to be moving forward, slowly but surely. 

Will there be an Independence Day 2?

Independence Day, or ID4 as most of us like to call it, was the big event blockbuster of 1996. 

Along with billions of others, I had enormous fun watching the film when it first hit theaters.

Emmerich's Hell trailer is post-apocalyptic

Roland Emmerich is perhaps best known for directing The Day After Tomorrow and 2012. The veteran Hollywood director's latest project? A new film aptly dubbed "Hell."

Is 3D the next step for disaster movies?

The disaster film genre was originally thought to be left behind in the dust of the 70’s with The Poseidon Adventure and Earthquake.

Stargate/ID4 creator penning epic sci-fi series

A lot of top Hollywood talent is headed to the world of television these days. 

Cinematic earthquakes then and now

Disaster films were part of a genre that was popular for several years in the 70’s, with such movies as The Poseidon Adventure, The Towering Inferno, and Earthquake. 

Where is that frakkin’ Battlestar Galactica movie?

When I first heard about Battlestar Galactica coming back from the dead, like I do with most remake announcement these days, I rolled my eyes and uttered "Oh, please." 

Harper to adapt Asimov's "Foundation" for Sony

Sony Pictures has hired Dante Harper to adapt Isaac Asimov's Foundation for Roland Emmerich - who has been attached to the project since 2009.