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Bill Pullman

  1. Happy Fourth of July! Here’s Bill Pullman’s Speech From Independence Day [Video]

    Welcome ta Earf. We've got fireworks!

    For the fine folks from the United States, it's that time of the year where we set off a bunch of fireworks, drink way too much, grill meat, and watch Independence Day. That's not exactly the plan for everybody, but it's a pretty good guideline. Sure, Independence Day is all about fighting aliens on a global scale, but Bill Pullman's speech as the President of the United States just before the final assault in that movie is as good a speech as any to celebrate with on the Fourth of July.

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  2. Roland Emmerich Says Jeff Goldblum Will Be In the ID4 Sequel, Gives You a Reason to Watch It Whether You Wanted One Or Not

    And All Was Right With the World

    But which other, less-relevant-to-our-interests actors than Jeff Goldblum (just being honest) have and haven't left their alien-fighting days behind them? Hit the jump to find out.

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  3. Here’s What the Independence Day Sequels (Yes, That’s Sequels, Plural) Will Be About

    It Came From Outer Space

    Director Roland Emmerich knows that the world doesn't need an Independence Day sequel. It needs two Independence Day sequels. Luckily, he's all too willing to provide, and he's given us some info on what ID Forever Part One and ID Forever Part Two (yes, those are their titles. I refuse to say anything good about them, even sarcastically) will be about. I'm not saying it's aliens. But it's aliens.

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  4. Bill Pullman Says Independence Day Can Go Without Will Smith; Jurassic Park to Hit 3D Imax… Is it 1993?

    Fact From the Vapor of Nuance

    Ok, so we all know that Jurassic Park is coming back to theaters in three months, for its (brace yourself) twentieth anniversary? Yes? Good. It's not the only film that's looking to cash in on moviegoer nostalgia. On the far side of the "probably going to happen" spectrum is the ever rumored Independence Day 2, which at least one actor thinks will be okay without one of its original stars.

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  5. This Guy Walked Around NYC Reciting the ID4 Speech — For America [Video]

    For great justice

    Funkanomics Comedy sent its own Sean Kleier out into the streets to deliver the triumphant pre-battle speech originally given by Bill Pullman in Independence Day. And like a demented, patriotic evangelist, Kleier hit various locations throughout New York City -- the subway and a Subway -- to inspire and possibly piss off everyone who never wanted to listen in the first place. But you know what? They were probably ready to fly a plane into a spaceship by the end of the speech. How could you not be? Now, can he please go around doing the "I'm Afraid, Dave" speech from 2001: A Space Odyssey? That would be nuts. (A.V. Club)

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  6. If the US Had Been Founded By the Characters from Independence Day, As Told By Garden Gnome Mr. T

    Almost Totally Excellent

    If you've ever wondered what Will Smith, Jeff Goldblum, and Bill Pullman would act like as Founding Fathers, now you (kind of) have your answer, courtesy of this video featuring them all as bric-a-brac characters. At one point there are salt-shaker Daleks, and from now on we shall call this day "Exploded British Day." (via Youtube)

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  7. Upcoming Season of Torchwood Doubling Down on American Stars

    Anagrammatically-named Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood, starring everyone's favorite man-of-the-fifty-first-century (read: Doctor Who's comedic way of saying "willingly has sex with most things") Captain Jack Harkness--a hero for being the only man who ever made fun of the Daleks' favored grating, obnoxious word of choice--is coming back for another season, dubbed "Torchwood: The New World," after last year's successful and unique Children of Earth mini-season, which saw Captain Jack leaving Earth in the finale, as well as leaving us to wonder if the show would return. Well, Jack, played by John Barrowman, is coming back, along with Gwen Cooper, played by Eve Myles, and will be returning July 1st on BBC One in the UK and Starz in the US, but they're bringing a cast of famous American actors along with them, including Bill Pullman, Mekhi Phifer, Dichen Lachman, and Alexa Havins.

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