Moonfall, the new film by the filmmaker Roland Emmerich, director of the remembered Independence Day and other blockbusters such as Godzilla. The Day After Tomorrow or 2012, among many others, can be seen in a new trailer in Spanish that you can see heading this very news. A new look at such a spectacular catastrophe film that invites us to experience the last moments of humanity before the Moon collides with the Earth. And it is precisely what the protagonists of Moonfall with Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson and John Bradley try to avoid.
The preview begins with Holdenfield, the character of Donald Sutherland The Undoing recounting what really happened when in 1969 man reached the moon. "At school they taught you that Apollo 11 lost contact with Earth for two minutes. It's not true. That day they discovered something. Something that has been hidden for 50 years and now there is no going back."
The threat begins in Moonfall when the Moon leaves its orbit and approaches our planet. With only a few weeks to spare before the collision occurs, and as the satellite begins to cause alterations to the Earth. Three astronauts set course for the Moon with the intention of carrying out a plan to avoid it.
Berry takes on the role of Jo Fowler, an astronaut who now works as an executive at NASA. Wilson plays Brian Harper, a former partner of Fowler. Lastly, John Bradley Game of Thrones plays K.C. Houseman, a conspiracy theorist. They are the only ones who believe that Berry's character's plan to save what's left of Earth can work.
And it is that the trio of protagonists will undertake an apparently one-way trip to try to discover what is causing the fall of the Moon on the face of the Earth and see if they can do something to avoid it. Moonfall has a main cast consisting of Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Michael Peña and Donald Sutherland under a script written by Roland Emmerich himself with Harald Kloser and Spenser Cochen.
“If you liked my movies, you will like this one. It is very similar to 2012 and Independence Day. It is a mixture of the two, but without the extraterrestrial element ”, says its author, Roland Emmerich. Moonfall opens in theaters on February 4, 2022.
Diamond Films has released the final trailer and poster for Moonfall, the new sci-fi blockbuster from Roland Emmerich, responsible for Independence Day or Stargate. The film, which promises to be the blockbuster of the season, will hit our theaters on February 4, 2022.
A mysterious force knocks the Moon out of its orbit and sends it crashing directly into the Earth at top speed. A few weeks before impact and with the world on the brink of annihilation, NASA executive and former astronaut Jo Fowler is convinced she holds the key to saving our planet. But only astronaut Brian Harper and conspiracy theorist KC Houseman believe it. These unlikely heroes will mount an impossible mission into space, leaving all their loved ones behind, to land on the lunar surface and try to save humanity, facing a mystery of cosmic proportions.
Moonfall stars Halle Berry X-men, Patrick Wilson Insidious, John Bradley Game of Thrones, Donald Sutherland The Hunger Games, Michael Peña Fantasy Island and Charlie Plummer All the Money in the World.
The images begin with the space mission in which the characters of Patrick Wilson and Halle Berry, protagonists of this story, participate. Everyone is working quietly, having the earth in the background and while listening to Africa, Toto's famous song. Precisely, Jo Fowler Halle are talking about this issue with two astronauts who are outside the spacecraft.
However, what appeared to be a quiet day at work ends up spiraling out of control when some kind of black mass, moving quite strongly, attacks Fowler, Brian Harper Wilson, and the other two astronauts. In the end, Fowler and Harper are the only survivors, witnesses of a serious phenomenon that could end everything.
In fact, viewers will find science fiction, but also a lot of suspense in this production. And it is that they, along with the protagonists, will have to discover what is that mysterious force with which the end of the world will begin.
From what has been understood in the advances provided, the mission that took man for the first time to the Moon encountered something that has not been revealed, until now.