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Halle Berry and Patrick Wilson try to stop the moon’s collision course in the trailer for Moonfall

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A group of astronauts try and stop the moon from its deadly collision course with Earth in the first trailer for Moonfall, starring Halle Berry and Patrick Wilson

Director Roland Emmerich (Independence Day) returns for his first film in six years with Moonfall, which he co-wrote with Spenser Cohen (Extinction) and Harald Kloser (10,000 BC, 2012).

Berry and Wilson are joined by John Bradley, Michael Peña, Charlie Plummer, Kelly Yu, Eme Ikwuakor, Carolina Bartczak, and Donald Sutherland in this action-adventure that’s truly out of this world. 

New trailer: A group of astronauts try and stop the moon from its deadly collision course with Earth in the first trailer for Moonfall, starring Halle Berry and Patrick Wilson

New trailer: A group of astronauts try and stop the moon from its deadly collision course with Earth in the first trailer for Moonfall, starring Halle Berry and Patrick Wilson

Cast: Berry and Wilson are joined by John Bradley, Michael Peña, Charlie Plummer, Kelly Yu, Eme Ikwuakor, Carolina Bartczak, and Donald Sutherland in this action-adventure that's truly out of this world

Cast: Berry and Wilson are joined by John Bradley, Michael Peña, Charlie Plummer, Kelly Yu, Eme Ikwuakor, Carolina Bartczak, and Donald Sutherland in this action-adventure that’s truly out of this world

The trailer begins with a shot of the United States from space, along with audio of John F. Kennedy’s 1962 speech at Rice Stadium about wanting to go to the moon.

‘But why, some say, the moon? Why choose this as our goal? And they may well ask why climb the highest mountain?’

As this speech is playing… the lights across the Eastern Seaboard are starting to go out, as the trailer cuts to a space shuttle taking off.

Moon shot: The trailer begins with a shot of the United States from space, along with audio of John F. Kennedy's 1962 speech at Rice Stadium about wanting to go to the moon

Moon shot: The trailer begins with a shot of the United States from space, along with audio of John F. Kennedy’s 1962 speech at Rice Stadium about wanting to go to the moon

The lights continue to go out across North America as JFK continues his speech, stating, ‘Why, 35 years ago, fly the Atlantic?’

There are also quick shots of Halle Berry as former astronaut Jo Fowler, who reacts to power cutting out in the shuttle.

There is also a shot of conspiracy theorist K.C. Houseman (John Bradley), who is sitting in a diner with another man as the moon is seen hovering over Earth. 

Lights out: The lights continue to go out across North America as JFK continues his speech, stating, 'Why, 35 years ago, fly the Atlantic?

Lights out: The lights continue to go out across North America as JFK continues his speech, stating, ‘Why, 35 years ago, fly the Atlantic?

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Jo: There are also quick shots of Halle Berry as former astronaut Jo Fowler, who reacts to power cutting out in the shuttle

Jo: There are also quick shots of Halle Berry as former astronaut Jo Fowler, who reacts to power cutting out in the shuttle

K.C.: There is also a shot of conspiracy theorist K.C. Houseman (John Bradley), who is sitting in a diner with another man as the moon is seen hovering over Earth

K.C.: There is also a shot of conspiracy theorist K.C. Houseman (John Bradley), who is sitting in a diner with another man as the moon is seen hovering over Earth

JFK’s speech continues with ‘We choose to go to the moon,’ as we see astronauts in full space suits, possibly on the moon itself.

The speech continues, ‘not because they are easy, but because they are hard,’ as we see flooding and explosions while the moon keeps hurtling towards the Earth.

The moon is seen directly above Earth as a stunned Jo watches from a control room as the trailer wraps up with a number of dramatic shot, including a glimpse of Michael Pena’s Tom Lopez. 

Space: JFK's speech continues with 'We choose to go to the moon,' as we see astronauts in full space suits, possibly on the moon itself

Space: JFK’s speech continues with ‘We choose to go to the moon,’ as we see astronauts in full space suits, possibly on the moon itself

Dramatic: The moon is seen directly above Earth as a stunned Jo watches from a control room as the trailer wraps up with a number of dramatic shot, including a glimpse of Michael Pena's Tom Lopez

Dramatic: The moon is seen directly above Earth as a stunned Jo watches from a control room as the trailer wraps up with a number of dramatic shot, including a glimpse of Michael Pena’s Tom Lopez

The trailer winds down with a number of action-packed shots, while teasing a deadly creature that seemingly lurks in space.

The film will be released in IMAX theaters on February 4, 2022.

The big-budget disaster film will go up against Paramount’s Jackass Forever on that date. 

Creature: The trailer winds down with a number of action-packed shots, while teasing a deadly creature that seemingly lurks in space

Creature: The trailer winds down with a number of action-packed shots, while teasing a deadly creature that seemingly lurks in space

Big budget: The big-budget disaster film will go up against Paramount's Jackass Forever on that date

Big budget: The big-budget disaster film will go up against Paramount’s Jackass Forever on that date

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