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How One Sci-Fi Disaster Movie Flop Breaks More Laws Of Physics Than Michael Bay’s Armageddon Explained By Neil deGrasse Tyson

Neil deGrasse Tyson, an experienced astrophysicist, breaks down Roland Emmerich’s science fiction movie Moonfall, giving it low marks for realism. Released in 2022, the disaster thriller followed Brian Harpert, a disgraced former astronaut, Jocinda Fowler, the head of NASA and K.C. Houseman, a conspiracy theorist and semi-scientist, as they journeyed to the moon in hopes of saving the earth from impending danger. The movie, whose cast featured such names as Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Donald Sutherland, Michael Peña, and Charlie Plummer, was a box office bomb, grossing only $67 million worldwide after a reported $138–146 million production budget.

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