Halle Berry joins the cast of the tape-apocalyptic Moonfall directed by Roland Emmerich

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Although it is considered as a big star in Hollywood, Berry has not been involved in many film projects in recent years.

Los Angeles (US), 19 may (EFE).- Halle Berry join Josh Gad in the front of the cast of Moonfalla new tape apocalyptic of all an expert of this subgenre as Roland Emmerich and that tells one imminent catastrophe after the Moon out of its orbit and headed toward Earth.

The magazine The Hollywood Reporter said Tuesday that Berry, winner of the Oscar for best actress for Monster”s Ball (2001), will be incorporated into this project last week already had been joined by Josh Gad.

The role of Gad will be a brilliant scientist but chaotic identifying before anyone else the new direction of the Moon and change its course to save humanity, while the role of Berry is a former astronaut who seems to know the key to avoiding the catastrophe.

Although it is considered as a big star in Hollywood, Berry has not been involved in many film projects in recent years.

However, the actress premiered last year John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, the third installment of the blockbuster action series that starred Keanu Reeves; and in 2017 appeared in three tapes: Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Kings, and Kidnap.

In the immediate future plans to brand new, when the crisis of the coronavirus allow the opening of cinemas, the tape Bruised, that will be his debut as a director.

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On the other hand, the German director Roland Emmerich known as anyone the secrets of bringing the end of the world to the big screen since his filmography includes titles apocalyptic as Independence Day (1996), Godzilla (1998), The Day After Tomorrow (2004) or 2012 (2009).

Last year, the filmmaker released Midwaya tape war about the battle of Pearl Harbor in World War II that had a lukewarm reception in movie theaters despite having a cast of coral composed by Nick Jonas, Darren Criss, Luke Evans and Dennis Quaid.



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