The disaster film “Moonfall”, a new production by genre specialist Roland Emmerich, arrives in February 2022 in our theaters and is revealed a little more with a new apocalyptic trailer!
The apocalypse specialist is back
Attention, brutal collision in sight! If there is one that natural disasters inspire, it is Roland Emmerich. We owe the German director some monuments of the disaster film genre. 2012, The day after, Godzilla and Independence Day, so many super-productions where almost ordinary heroes are released in extraordinary conditions and stories. A little less happy on his last two films, Midway and Independence Day: Resurgence, mistreated by critics, Roland Emmerich will be back in February 2022 with Moonfall, film of monumental space disaster. We lay our eyes on the new trailer (at the head of the article), and destruction and adventure seem calibrated there for beat Records !
Moonfall : what if the moon fell on us?
The Gauls were only afraid of one thing, that the sky would fall on their heads. We are not very far from this obsession with Moonfall. This one, as its title suggests, will indeed stage the collision of the Moon and the Earth. In space as on our threatened planet, we will therefore follow different characters who fight for their own survival and the safeguard of humanity.
For these characters, Moonfall brings together a cast of beautiful outfits. Around Halle Berry, we find Patrick Wilson, Charlie Plummer, Michael Peña, Donald Sutherland and John Bradley. As confirmed by the featured poster, images, and an already cult quote from Patrick Wilson’s character in the trailer, this Moon doesn’t feel natural at all, and there’s a mystery to be unraveled about what’s inside. Intriguing aspect of the film, as the first trailer suggested, this sci-fi seems doubled with a fantasy element, with a mysterious and hostile creature.
Before being able to judge the good balance of these multiple intentions, we can already see that Roland Emmerich has released the greatest possible game, indeed offering himself a maximum and unprecedented gigantism with this idea of a collision between the Earth and the Moon. . If we can already hear the footsteps of a few big clogs, the curiosity to see this riot of visual aids is very real!
Moonfall is planned in our cinemas February 9, 2022.