The first five minutes of Roland Emmerichthe next world destruction movie of, Falling Moon, just released, gives us a glimpse of the ominous new space thriller and introduces us to our core cast, which includes Halle Berry and Patrick Wilson.
The film opens with sharp and scary music but quickly veers, benignly enough, to a smooth cut of Toto’s “Africa” as the two astronauts work the outside of their ship. Astronaut Brian Harper, played by Wilson, begins with “What does it mean to even miss the rains in Africa?” “The lyrics are I bless the rains in Africa,” counters Berry’s character Jo Fowler, correcting a common misconception. All seemed fine, even trivial, as the two recalled cutting a rug and singing karaoke at Fowler’s wedding.
But just as Harper and Fowler seem to have resolved their discord, with the help of newcomer Marcus, due to Frank Fiola, their little peace in orbit is disrupted by a large and inexplicable force. This entity smashes the ship to pieces, rendering Fowler incapacitated and Marcus disappearing into the sea of space.
The new clip puts a personal investment on the characters and delves into the mystery at hand, providing a glimpse into an otherworldly force and apocalypse. Falling Moon will tell the story of Fowler and Harper as they search for answers to their own catastrophic experience and try to avert a potential apocalypse.
Berry and Wilson are joined by John Bradley belong to Game of Thrones, who plays a conspiracy theorist and their unlikely ally. Join the cast including movie legends Donald Sutherland who plays Holdenfield, the NASA secret-keeper, who, in an earlier trailer, revealed the secret behind the moon landing.
Falling Moon in theaters on February 4, 2022, but watch the first five minutes of Falling Moon below.
Moonfall is scheduled to open in theaters on February 4, 2022.
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