Think Roland Emmerich is only interested in movies about world-ending destruction and extreme action scenarios? Think again. The writer/director has some films -- past and present -- that he would love to have made and would love to make.
From a historical drama documenting the Stonewall Riots (the NYC event marking the beginning of the gay-rights movement) to an Academy Award-winning '80s Italian-language classic ("Cinema Paradiso"), Emmerich would love to break the mold that Hollywood has put him in and flex his directorial muscle in genres outside of sci-fi and action.
In the video above, Emmerich explains the plight of director typecasting and the reveals the Spielberg classic he most wishes he'd made.
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