Roland Emmerich’s new disaster movie starring Halle Berry and Patrick Wilson is set to hit theaters on February 4 next year.
“In 2022 the moon will be the real threat to Earth.”
This is how Roland Emmerick’s new disaster film is presented, which will be released on February 4, 2022. Starring Patrick Wilson (Warren expedient), and by Halle Berry, the trailer shows us absolute tides, fires, explosions … in conclusion, a new apocalypse in this case caused by the moon.
It is not the first time Roland Emmerick rages on our planet. He is responsible for Independence Day and Tomorrow. As often happens in Emmerich’s films, a catastrophe threatens the Earth – in this case the moon has left its orbit and falls directly to our planet.
The only chance to save her will be to have an unlikely group of misfits who must work together to prevent it. The impossible mission to space leads them to land on the lunar surface and try to save humanity, facing a mystery of cosmic proportions that discovers that the moon is not what it seems.
Halle berry (John Wick: Capítulo 3 – Parabellum) y Josh Gad (Beauty and the Beast) complete the cast of this science fiction film. The actress plays an astronaut-turned-NASA administrator who was a companion to Wilson’s character. And Gad plays an eccentric genius who discovers that the Moon is heading towards Earth.. Donald Sutherland (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2) and Eme Ikwuakor (Inhumans) are also part of the cast.
‘Moonfall’: Roland Emmerich repeats with Patrick Wilson in his new disaster movie
It is the second time that actor Patrick Wilson has been under the command of this director, after Midway, the war film about WWIIerra Mundia by Emmerick. In this case, he will play a former NASA astronaut disgraced by a last mission gone bad.
Halle Berry, meanwhile, will play a former astronaut in Moonfall who now works at NASA in one of the leadership commands.n; while Josh Gad will do the same with KC Houseman, his character, a computer expert in data. Emmerich himself has written the script with Harald Kloser and Spenser Cohen and this is set to be one of the highest grossing films of next year.