WHO’S IN IT?
Gerard Butler (Olympus Has Fallen), Jim Sturgess (Across The Universe), Abbie Cornish (Sucker Punch), Alexandra Maria Lara (Rush), Daniel Wu (Warcraft: The Beginning), Eugenio Derbez (The Book of Life), Ed Harris (Apollo 13), Andy García (Ocean’s Eleven), Zazie Beetz (Applesauce), Adepero Oduye (12 Years A Slave), Amr Waked (Syriana), Robert Sheehan (Killing Bono), Talitha Bateman (Annabelle: Creation), Billy Slaughter (The Campaign), Tom Choi (Snatched)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Dean Devlin (film debut), director, writer, producer; Paul Guyot (Leverage), writer; David Ellison (Terminator Genisys), Dana Goldberg (The Hitman’s Bodyguard), Rachel Olschan (Flyboys) and Marc Roskin (Cellular), producers; Lorne Balfe (Ghost in the Shell), composer; Roberto Schaefer (Machine Gun Preacher), cinematographer; Chris Lebenzon (Armageddon) and Ron Rosen (Midnight Witness), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In the near future, satellites designed to control the climate of Earth suddenly malfunction and release small pods all across the world, each one of them coming with their own natural disaster. Jake Lawson (Butler) leads a group of astronauts up to space to prevent any more of the satellites from causing destruction, but soon discovers that they were intentionally sabotaged – and the only one with the kill codes for the satellites is President Andrew Palma (García)…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Roland Emmerich’s long-time producing buddy Dean Devlin tries his hand at disaster movie-making, and may have just created the most bonkers and silliest film of its kind you’ll see all year.