Which movie director is most likely to work on an indie movie?

If you are one of the people who have watched the trailer for the upcoming sci-fi thriller “Independence Day: Resurgence” then you know that the film is set in a dystopian future.

The movie has already earned more than $2.5 billion at the box office.

The first trailer for “Resurgence,” which is due out in the United States on July 7, 2017, features a scene in which a human-shaped spaceship crashes on a space station, which quickly begins to deteriorate into a dystopian nightmare.

But according to one sci-tech expert, “Independance Day” is not an indie film at all.

According to the science fiction writer, who asked to remain anonymous because he did not want to reveal any spoilers, the movie is a continuation of the sci-fictional series “Indigo,” which aired on CBS from 1987 to 1992.

In the series, a race of aliens, called “Sith Lords,” has been hunting down humans who have broken the laws of the Star Wars universe.

The plot of the “Indiegogo” campaign, which was launched by the author, features various sci- fi stories, and the author says that the “Siths Lords” have been chasing a human named “Indie” ever since.

While the author of “Indegogo” said that the movie’s plot is based on the book, he didn’t say which story it is based upon.

“Indy” is a story of an alien race that has been hunted down and destroyed, but it is not a “genre,” he told The Hollywood Reporter.

“Indie movies” have never been a priority for “Indies,” said the author.

“It’s not like a sci-Fi movie is the first sci-Fiction.

It’s not even that.

I would call it a non-genre.

If a genre was in your hand, it would be sci-Fu.”

When “Indige” first aired on TV in 1988, the show’s creator, David Brin, said that he had a lot of reservations about whether the series would be a success, but after watching the series again, he felt that the sci fi movie had the potential to be a hit.

“I thought it would have some real stakes,” Brin said.

“I thought that the stakes would be real.”

When the series ran for three seasons, it attracted a lot more attention than it had received on television.

But the show was not successful.

“The series went on hiatus for a long time.

I remember it was canceled.

The show was canceled,” Brins told THR in 2015.

The author also told The Reporter that “Indigogo” has attracted more attention because the story is not one that he has seen before.

“That’s not my genre.

That’s not what I grew up with.

I’ve read a lot.

I’m a writer.

I don’t know what the heck I’m supposed to write about,” he said.

When asked if he was interested in doing a sequel, the author replied that he was “probably” interested in the next installment.

The author said that “Resurge” could also be a follow-up to “Indiedust, but not necessarily to “The Indigogo.””

Resurgent” will be released in 2019.