The Moon appears hollow in a new poster for the upcoming science fiction disaster film, Moonfall. Helmed by Roland Emmerich, the feature investigates an extinction-level occasion in which a strange power sets the Moon on a collision-course with Earth. Launching a last-ditch attempt to save humanity is an astronaut named Jo Fowler, accompanied by the main individuals who trust her, Brian Harper and conspiracy theorist K.C. Houseman. Filming for the task began in Montreal in October of last year, after some initial disruption delayed its intended spring creation. Starring Halle Berry, Moonfall is booked for release on February 4, 2022.
The new poster, shared on the official Moonfall Twitter page, gives a brief look at what audiences can anticipate from Lionsgate’s latest picture. With the Moon looming ominously over the Earth, watchers are teased with a brief look at the “dark side of the moon,” from which gapes a cavernous opening. Seemingly hollow, save for a ghostly yellow light, the post hints that there are more teasers to come. Look at the poster underneath:
Joining Berry in this secretive science fiction flick are Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Charlie Plummer, Kelly Yu, and Donald Sutherland. Completing the cast is Michael Peña, who replaces Stanley Tucci after the latter had to back away from the film because of Covid-19 limitations. Moonfall marks perhaps the most costly independent picture at any point made, boasting a colossal $140 million spending plan. Audiences were as of late treated with the release of some new stills from the task, teasing some classic Emmerich-style apocalypse shots, alongside great space visuals.