You just about at all times know what to anticipate from a Roland Emmerich movie: specifically, that a good chunk of the planet is going to be destroyed. The director of movies like 2012 and The Day After Tomorrow is now taking that to its logical excessive with Moonfall, a movie about the Moon… falling.
In keeping with the synopsis, the movie is set when “a mysterious pressure knocks the Moon from its orbit round Earth and sends it hurtling on a collision course with life as we all know it.” It stars Halle Berry as a NASA exec who appears to know the best way to cease it, however the solely individuals who imagine her are a former astronaut (Patrick Wilson) and a conspiracy theorist (John Bradley). “These unlikely heroes will mount an unattainable last-ditch mission into house, forsaking everybody they love, solely to seek out out that our Moon is not what we predict it is,” the description reads.
Actually, Moonfall feels like what would occur in case you mashed a Hollywood disaster movie with Future lore — which is to say, it feels like a lot of enjoyable. It’s anticipated to come back to theaters on February 4th, 2022.