Roland Emmerich's Moonfall, 4K Ultra HD landing June 9

Cyclone, storm, tsunami, last-ditch rocket, earthquake, exhibitions, monstrous devastation, spinning boats... as if the world wasn't bad enough already, Roland Emmerich adds a thick layer of it with Moonfall, announced in 4K Ultra HD next June.

If destroying the Earth seems to be a cinematographic obsession for the German-American filmmaker (we owe him among others Godzilla, 2012, The day after, Independence Day and its sequel, 10,000), he is also a great maker of technically flawless ambitious disaster films.

4K UHD pre-order open

He proves it once again with Moonfall shot in 8K. It all starts when a conspiracy theorist (John Bradley, Game of Thrones) desperately tries to warn NASA that the Moon is about to collide with Earth. Only the former astronaut camped by Patrick Wilson (Conjuring) takes it seriously at first, before a team of astronauts embarks on a suicide mission with the eventual prospect of being able to save the Earth.

Donald Sutherland, Charlie Plummer, Michael Peña and Halle Berry complete the cast of this Moonfall released on February 9 in theaters and expected on June 9 in France at Metropolitan Films & Video in 4K UHD. It is already available for pre-order in the Collector Steelbook edition (click to access it).