Halle Berry-starrer 'Moonfall' to release in India on Feb 11

The Halle Berry- starrer follows the story of former NASA astronaut Jo Fowler, who can prove to be earth's last chance when the moon is on a deadly collision course with the planet. With the apocalypse approaching and no support from the authorities, she only has a former colleague and a conspiracy theorist to fall back on. What happens next forms the crux of the thrilling film.

Director Roland Emmerich upcoming science-fiction film 'Moonfall' is all set to hit the Indian screens on February 11.

The Halle Berry- starrer follows the story of former NASA astronaut Jo Fowler, who can prove to be earth's last chance when the moon is on a deadly collision course with the planet. With the apocalypse approaching and no support from the authorities, she only has a former colleague and a conspiracy theorist to fall back on. What happens next forms the crux of the thrilling film.

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Talking about bringing the epic Sci-Fi saga to Indian screens, Kamal Gianchandani, CEO, PVR Pictures, says: "May it be Godzilla or 2012, Roland Emmerich is known for his larger than life blockbusters, and PVR is elated to be bringing his upcoming release to India. Moonfall is a grand entertainer filled with awe inspiring imagery".

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He further adds: "Rolland Emmerich's films have been huge successes in India, and Halle Berry has a huge fan base here too, audiences have a lot to be excited about this February."

Apart from Berry, the film also features 'The Conjuring' star Patrick Wilson and Micheal PeAa among others.

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It will be dubbed and released in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages as well.

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PVR Pictures and MVP Entertainment released 'Moonfall', directed by Roland Emmerich, starring Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Charlie Plummer, Michael PeAa, and Donald Sutherland, released on February 11, 2022.

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