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'White House Down' Clip: Watch Out! President Jamie Foxx Has a Rocket Launcher

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by Jacob Hall June 11, 2013 @ 12:45 PM
Sony/Columbia Pictures
Few summer movies look as fun as 'White House Down.' After getting to see eight minutes of footage during a special presentation, hosted by director Roland Emmerich and stars Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx, we see this as a nice change of pace from all the superhero and sci-fi offerings of late. Now the latest clip from the film only makes its charm and sense of humor stand out more from the familiar "Die Hard in the White House!" formula.

'Independence Day' Director Aiming for Another Alien-Invasion Hit With 'Emergence'?

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by Jacob Hall June 7, 2013 @ 12:50 PM
20th Century Fox
Director Roland Emmerich likes to destroy the world, so it's no surprise that he's bought the rights to a new alien-invasion pitch titled 'Emergence.' After all, how could the director of 'Independence Day,' 'The Day After Tomorrow' and '2012' say no to what's described as a "large-scale, contemporary science-fiction film"? Large scale? That means Emmerich will be able to do what he does best: wipe out entire cities. Again.

'White House Down' Featurette: Roland Emmerich Revists White House-Based Mayhem

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by Damon Houx May 24, 2013 @ 6:07 PM
Columbia Pictures
One of summer's biggest movie question marks is 'White House Down,' which pairs Channing Tatum's would-be secret service agent with Jamie Foxx's President of the United States in a buddy cop-esque action film. Now there's a new featurette that shows a little more footage from the film, and spotlights the director.

Roland Emmerich Developing 'Lawrence of Arabia' Miniseries?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 30, 2013 @ 8:30 PM
Columbia
Well, this is a surprise. Plenty of historical miniseries have been cleaning up on the small-screen these days, most notably with History's mammoth 'Hatfields & McCoys' success, and it seems 'Independence Day' director Roland Emmerich wants in on the action. Emmerich has begun development on a 'Lawrence of Arabia' miniseries, retelling the famous tale iconically brought to life by Peter O'Toole and director David Lean, but where will the new 'Lawrence of Arabia' set up shop?

'Independence Day 2' Info Hits and Yes There Will Be Two Sequels

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by Damon Houx March 26, 2013 @ 9:00 PM
20th Century Fox
Though there have been rumors of 'Independence Day' sequels since the first film became a smash hit back in 1996, all's been quiet on the alien front since last year, when we first heard word that there would be two follow-ups. But now that Roland Emmerich is out promoting 'White House Down,' more details about the sequels are emerging.

'White House Down' Footage: We've Seen 8 Minutes and Here Are Five Things We Learned

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by Nick Romano March 26, 2013 @ 7:30 PM
Columbia Pictures
Although the first ‘White House Downtrailer hit tonight, we already got a look at the footage … well, us and two small movie theater-filled audiences. Director Roland Emmerich brought along Jamie Foxx to the Union Square AMC theater in NYC for the...

'White House Down' Trailer: Channing Tatum Must Protect President Jamie Foxx

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by Damon Houx March 26, 2013 @ 6:27 PM
Sony Pictures
'White House Down' may look a little familiar -- it is the second "'Die Hard' in the White House" movie of 2013 -- but it's also the bigger budget summer blockbuster version. Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx star in this Roland Emmerich summer extravaganza, and they waited until just after 'Olympus has Fallen' was released to debut their trailer.

Jamie Foxx Could be the President in 'White House Down'

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by Damon Houx June 6, 2012 @ 6:02 PM
Getty Images
For a while there, Hollywood movies would cast older, respectable Black actors as presidents. Think Morgan Freeman in 'Deep Impact' or Danny Glover in '2012.' But that was before Barrack Obama became the president, and so it looks like the upcoming 'White House Down' is going with the more modern variant. Jamie Foxx is up to play that film's commander-in-chief.

Roland Emmerich Discovers A New Way To Decimate Our 'White House'

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by Sean O'Connell April 3, 2012 @ 8:51 AM
Sony/Columbia Pictures
Roland Emmerich stepped outside of his blockbuster box with 2011’s ‘Anonymous,’ proving to the world he was capable of directing a film where gun-toting characters raced to prevent the end of the world. But this departure appears to have been short-lived, as the ‘Day After Tomorrow’ director plans to run right back to the action-thriller genre.