"Moonfall" is a 2022 science fiction disaster film directed by Roland Emmerich.
The starring cast includes Halle Berry as Jocinda "Jo" Fowler, Patrick Wilson as Brian Harper, John Bradley as KC Houseman, Michael Peña as Tom Lopez, Charlie Plummer as Sonny Harper, Donald Sutherland as Holdenfield, Kelly Yu, Eme Ikwuakor as General Doug Davidson, Carolina Bartczak as Brenda Lopez, Maxim Roy as Sgt. Gabriella Auclair and others.

Here are "Moonfall" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Moonfall movie?

Lionsgate Movies on Thursday, January 06, 2022 released the trailer for "Moonfall" you can watch here:
Moonfall (2022 Movie) Official Trailer - Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley.

Plot summary

What is Moonfall movie plot?

Here is a short review of "Moonfall" movie plot summary.

Astronaut Brian Harper (Patrick Wilson) is working on a satellite on a 2011 Space Shuttle mission, when a mysterious black swarm attacks the mission and kills a crewmate. Back on Earth, nobody believes his explanation, human error is blamed, and Harper is fired.
Ten years later, conspiracy theorist KC Houseman (John Bradley), who believes the Moon is an artificial megastructure, steals time on a telescope and discovers that the Moon's orbit is getting closer to Earth. He attempts to share his findings with Harper, who dismisses him, leading KC to go public on social media.
NASA mounts a mission launched on an SLS Block 2 to investigate the abnormality. The swarm attacks and kills all three crew members, after they drop a probe into a kilometers deep artificial hole in the Moon.
As the Moon falls closer to earth, cataclysmic disasters mount: tsunamis, gravity abnormalities, and atmospheric dissipation. It is revealed within NASA that Apollo 11 discovered the abnormalities in the Moon, and the two minute blackout was to block out inexplicable data, in which the Moon supposedly resonated strongly from the impact of Apollo 11's jettisoned fuel tank. A program called ZX7 created an EMP to attempt to kill the swarm, which is brought out of storage. A Space Shuttle is brought out of a museum and prepared for launch. KC, Harper, and deputy director Jocinda "Jo" Fowler (Halle Berry) launch with the EMP, narrowly escaping a tsunami.
As they enter the Moon, they discover that the swarm is siphoning off energy generated by a white dwarf at the center of the Moon, causing the artificial megastructure's orbit to destabilize, due to its power source being compromised. The megastructure was constructed by ancestors of humanity, billions of years in the past, as an ark while fleeing artificial intelligence that grew too strong and attacked. The swarm is one of those AIs that found the Moon, which was the last ark. Following the Moon impact with the Earth which resulted in a total catastrophic destruction, The President gave the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Jenkins (Frank Schorpion) order to launch a Nuclear Strike towards the Moon. However the Air Force Chief of Staff, General Doug Davidson (Eme Ikwuakor) refused to carry out the Nuclear Strike order, so that he can save the lives of his former wife, Fowler, and both Harper and Houseman.

Cast

Who plays who in the Moonfall movie cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Moonfall" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Halle Berry  as Jocinda "Jo" Fowler a former NASA astronaut now serving as Deputy Director and an old colleague of Brian Harper
Patrick Wilson  as Brian Harper a former NASA astronaut
John Bradley  as KC Houseman a conspiracy theorist, and the one
Michael Peña  as Tom Lopez Brenda Lopez's husband
Charlie Plummer  as Sonny Harper Brian and Brenda's estranged son
Donald Sutherland  as Holdenfield a former NASA official
Eme Ikwuakor  as General Doug Davidson a United States Air Force Four-Star General
Carolina Bartczak  as Brenda Lopez Brian's ex-wife and Sonny's mother
Maxim Roy  as Sgt. Gabriella Auclair
Azriel Dalman  as Sonny Child
Frank Schorpion  as General Jenkins a United States Air Force Four-Star General
Stephen Bogaert  as NASA Director Albert Hutchings
Kathleen Fee  as Mrs. Elaine Houseman K.C. Houseman's mother
Andreas Apergis  as Lt. Colonel Reed
Kelly Reilly  as Michelle
Zayn Maloney  as Jimmy (10 Years Old)
Ava Weiss  as Nikki Lopez (9 Years Old)
Hazel Nugent  as Lauren Lopez (12 Years Old)
Chris Sandiford  as Mosley
Jonathan Maxwell Silver  as Johansen
Ryan Bommarito  as Ziggy
Sebastian Pigott  as Mission Commander
Jaa Smith-Johnson  as Module Pilot
Adam LeBlanc  as Religious Leader
Frank Fiola  as Alan Marcus
Katy Breier  as Bling
Josh Cruddas  as Scrawny
Kyle Gatehouse  as Jules
Tyrone Benskin  as Judge
Gerardo Lo Dico  as Bailiff
Michelle Langlois-Fequet  as Astronaut (as Michelle Langlois Fequet)
Tyler Elliot Burke  as Shuttle Tech
Andre Bedard  as Captain Avery
Zachary Amzallag  as Fowler's Assistant
Piotr Michael  as Chuck (as Michael Piotr Czyz)
Steven Piovesan  as Scientist
Jake Lewis  as Nurse
Christopher Albanese  as Lieutenant - Colorado Bunker (as Andrew Christopher Albanese)
Susan Almgren  as Planetarium Director
Massimo Diem  as Engineer
Kiril Mitev  as Aide - Davidson
Krista Marchand  as Cashier
Sebastien Cimpaye  as Freckled Kid (as Sebastien Cimpaye)
Delia Lisette Chambers  as Curly-Haired Girl
Achilles Montes-Vamvas  as Nerdy Boy
Harry Standjofski  as Landlord
Randy Thomas  as Sonny's Lawyer
Robert Brewster  as Elderly Man / Gary
Alex Gravenstein  as Looter #1
Derek Johns  as Looter #2
Steven Goss  as Clerk
Jane Gilchrist  as Old Lady
Maia Guest  as Stern Woman
Karl Walcott  as Arms Tech #1
Frank Marrs  as Arms Tech #2
Kwasi Songui  as Security Guard #1
Anthony Jones Nestoras  as Security Guard #2
Lori Graham  as Los Angeles News Anchor
David Tyler  as Los Angeles Co-Anchor (as David B. Tyler)
Christopher de Courcy-Ireland  as News Anchor
Ian Geldart  as U.S. News Reporter
Nicole Leroux  as New York News Anchor
Orla Johannes  as British News Anchor
Layla Tuy-Sok  as Young Girl
Elisabeth Etienne  as Girl's Mother
Christian Jadah  as Navigator Carl Saunders
Julia Thomas  as Flight Engineer Hannah Martin
Eric Poirier  as Chinook Crewman
Martin Doepner  as Nightstalker Pilot

Release date

When is Moonfall movie release date?

"Moonfall" movie release date was scheduled to be on January 31, 2022 (Los Angeles) and on February 4, 2022 (United States) distributing by Lionsgate, Entertainment Film Distributors, Ascot Elite Entertainment Group, Central Partnership, China Film Group Corporation (CFGC), Cinemundo, Constantin-Film, Diamond Films, Dutch FilmWorks (DFW), Edko Films, Golden Village Pictures, Italian International Film, Kinepolis Film Distribution (KFD), Kino Films, Lenta, Leonine Distribution, Long Shong Entertainment Multimedia Company, Lucisano Media Group, Metropolitan Filmexport, Mongkol Major, Noori Pictures, PT. Prima Cinema Multimedia, PVR Pictures, Roadshow Film Distributors (NZ) Ltd., Roadshow Films, Selim Ramia & Sons, Spentzos Films, Sun Distribution, Ukrainian Film Distribution (UFD) and Vertical Entertainment.

Filming

What are Moonfall filming details?

The duration of the film is 130 minutes. The film's budget is $146 million.

"Moonfall" movie is rated "PG-13", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Moonfall movie?

"Moonfall" movie got average rating from critics. IMDB rating is 5.3/10.

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