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Moonfall has grossed nearly $20 million worldwide

Moonfall has grossed nearly $20 million worldwide

make a movie Moonfall Revenues approached $20 million, as it earned $19 million and $972,000 worldwide, after the movie was shown on February 4, and it is the movie that takes place after a mysterious force strikes the moon from its orbit around the Earth and sends it to rush on a collision course with life. What we know, just weeks before the impact, NASA executive and former astronaut Joe Fowler is convinced she has the key to saving us all, and only one believes her, her friend Houseman. Everyone who loves it, only to find out that our moon is not what we think.

The film revolves in the framework of science fiction and action, directed and written by Roland Emmerich, Halle Berry and two astronauts take on a difficult mission to save the planet Earth after the moon is subjected to a powerful collision from a mysterious force to deviate from its course around the Earth, threatening the annihilation of life on it..

A few weeks before a mysterious force crashes into the moon and annihilates the planet, former NASA executive and astronaut Joe Fowler (Halle Berry) takes on the responsibility of saving human life on the planet, but finds her support only two of the astronauts who collaborated with her to go On one last impossible mission to space, leaving their loved ones behind, only to discover they may have prepared for the wrong mission.

The film was co-written with Harald Closer and Spencer Cohen, and stars Halle Berry, who won an Academy Award in 2002 as Best Actress for her role in the film. Monster’s BallStarring Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Michael Peña, Charlie Plummer, Kelly Yu and Donald Sutherland.

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