Josh Gad leads Roland Emmerich’s Moonfall
When it comes to disaster films, Roland Emmerich is usually your director and now his upcoming project Moon fall takes shape as Artemis poultry and Frozen Star Josh Gad is committed to directing the film The Hollywood Reporter.
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in the Moon fall, a mysterious force that knocks the moon out of orbit around the earth and throws it on a collision course with life as we know it. Just a few weeks before the impact, and despite all odds, a Ragtag team launches an impossible mission into space in the last trench, leaving everyone they love behind, and risking everything to land on the surface of the moon and our planets before annihilation save.
Gad is the first star of an ensemble team and is committed to portraying KC Houseman, a character who is called “strange and neglected in a way that suggests a high level of intelligence and an equally high level of disorganization” The “correctly predicts that the moon has fallen out of orbitTo make yourself one of the most important people in the world.
The film was written by Emmerich together with Harald Kloser and Spenser Cohen. It was compared as a combination of 2012 and Steven Spielbergs Close encounter of the third kind, following “An unlikely group of outsiders who need to band together to save humanity when the moon falls out of orbit and races to Earth.”
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Emmerich will also act as a producer through its Centropolis banner. While Kloser is hired as a producer via his street entertainment company.
After the surprising success of MidwayThis new project marks the second collaboration between Emmerich and Lionsgate. The independence Day Director was tied to the helm Moon fall since 2016, but had to put the film’s production on hold Midwaythat premiered in November.