On July 3, 1996, the most glorious alien-invasion movie hit the theaters and we forever knew: Independence Day. Will Smith was at the top of his game. Vivica A. Fox managed to keep her son AND her giant golden labrador alive. Bill Pullman was the best President of the United States (ever) with the best motivational-lets-go-die-in-war speech (ever). Jeff Goldblum, once again, just charmed the pants off everyone.
Twenty years later, we got a sequel with Independence Day: Resurgence. Pullman and Goldblum returned, joined by new cast members, including Liam Hemsworth, Jessie T. Usher (who played a grown-up Dylan) and Maika Monroe (who played a grown-up Patricia, President Whitmore’s daughter from the first film). Although, the actor who stole the show was Brent Spiner, who returned to reprise his role as Dr. Brakish Okun.
Last podcast of the year! The Space Pirate Queen and Gizzy B give Alchimique the greatest gift of all: the gift of an orb of spider love! Listen to the Lady Geeks discuss their excitement over the Independence Day Resurgence trailer along with a cool fan theory over the fate of Hedwig from Harry Potter. Fanfic Theatre: Star Wars
We are now living in a world where Independence Day 2 is happening and a Hemsworth himself will be starring in it with THE JEFF GOLDBLUM, YOU GUYS. Also, our booth babes are in danger. Fanfic Theatre: Twilight x Arrow (?).
The Lady Geeks talk about some movie news — Star Wars VII, Jurrasic World and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Specifically, Eva Greens’ beautiful under boobs plus , bros have pillow fights, right? Fanfic Theatre: Lion King x Terminator.
In this week’s episode, the Lady Geeks discuss all the fine films that are on the works in Hollywood currently — including Independence Day 2, Taken 3 and the third Riddick movie. Gizzy B is once again way too excited to be talking about Jeff Goldblum. Listen to SailorMizz answer another burning question and give advice to a listener.
Our Lady DefectiveGeekers had a very Jane Austen weekend in England, stocking up on Mr. Darcy merchandise along the way. Space Pirate Queen and Pilbeam tell tales of Scotland and England adventures and talk about strange films they’ve watched in between sightseeing… like Earth Girls Are Easy.