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Geostorm Full Movie
Country: United States
Category: Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Release Date: 20 October, 2017
Director: Dean Devlin, Danny Cannon
Starring: Gerard Butler, Abbie Cornish, Ed Harris
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 130 minutes
Geostorm is a 2017 American action-adventure sci-fi film directed by Dean Devlin, Danny Cannon and written by Dean Devlin, with a story by Paul Guyot
The film Geostorm: Warner has just uploaded the trailer in Spanish for ‘Geostorm’. Catastrophe film where humanity must fight against the violence of nature.
Our planet suffered an unprecedented succession of natural disasters that threatened all of life. World leaders came together to create an intricate network of satellites to control the global climate. The goal: Keep everyone safe. But now something has failed. The system built to protect the Earth is attacking it. It’s a race against the clock to uncover the real threat before a global climate control system cleans everything and all life on the planet.
Director and scriptwriter Dean Devlin is responsible for the film. As a producer he has worked on films such as ‘Stargate: Gate to the Stars’ (1994), ‘Independence Day’ (1996), ‘Godzilla’ (1998), ‘Independence Day 2: Counterattack’ (2016). All directed by Roland Emmerich. So he knows perfectly how to handle large budgets and make shows where destruction is present.
It will feature a cast starring Gerard Butler, Jim Sturgess, Abbie Cornish, Ed Harris, Andy Garcia, Katheryn Winnick, Melinda Hill, Robert Sheehan, Alexandra Maria Lara, Mare Winningham, Arnold Chun, Sue-Lynn Ansari, Eugenio Derbez, Gregory Alan Williams, Drew Powell, David S. Lee, David Jensen, Randall P. Havens and Amr Waked.
Gerard Butler plays Jake, a scientist who, along with his brother Max (Jim Sturgess), has the task of solving the malfunction of the satellite program. Abbie Cornish will be the Secret Service Agent Sarah Wilson. Andy Garcia will be the President of the United States and Ed Harris the Secretary of State.
Ready for the first blockbuster with the participation of Mexican Eugenio Derbez? Warner Bros. and Skydance debuted the first trailer for Geostorm (Geo-Storm), which will hit theaters in October 2017.
Geostorm deals with the terrible consequences of the failure of a network of satellites that supposedly would control the global climate. The whole humanity must unite to prevent this Geo-Storm from destroying all life on our planet Earth!
This film of mass destruction will be directed by the debutant Dean Devlin (producer / writer of the first Independence Day), with Gerard Butler as stellar, Ed Harris, Jim Sturgess, Abbie Cornish, Andy Garcia and Eugenio Derbez.
For those who know, when they read the names “Jerry Bruckheimer” and “Dean Devlin” in the same project, there is no other: they will have explosions, stunts and the laws of physics will be as formable as a jar of Play-Doh at 3 Of afternoon in summer. And, many times, it will have to do with the end of the world.
The trend, which in theory should have died with the movie 2012, but which continued with Independence Day: Resurgence. And honestly, there are not many ways to end the world if you want to have a two-hour movie that deals with that. Even Melancholia of Lars von Trier simply picks up the idea of a meteorite that will hit the planet.
But in the case of Geostorm, there is a whole complicated story behind. On the planet, there is a system of satellites that control the climate and that was created after a series of natural disasters. Of course, technology fails and creates a sort of global storm that will destroy monuments that anyone will recognize on the screen, obviously.
In addition to Gerard Butler, Abbie Cornish, Alexandra Lara, Amr Waked, Jim Sturgess and Andy Garcia, Eugenio Derbez takes part and it seems that he is part of the world team that meets to try to stop the storm. It is a film that would be released in March of 2016, but that now has date of October of 2017, at least in the United States.
But after his collaborations with Roland Emmerich, Devlin tried to debut as a director with his own science fiction and disaster film under the protection of Warner Bros. and the production company Skydance.
This is Geostorm, an apocalyptic show whose story centers on a satellite designer who finds a catastrophic error in a system that controls the climate and that causes a gigantic artificial storm. But if that is not enough, in the middle his brother discovers a plot to assassinate the President.
The point, before they see the trailer, is that Devlin was removed from his post and instead, during the filming, Warner Bros. hired Danny Cannon (Judge Dredd, CSI, Gotham) as director.
Are you ready to get chills from your scalp to your toes? Then hit play on the Geostorm trailer. If you’ve been wondering what the Geostorm trailer song is, then I’m right there with you. recognized the tune and lyrics as the jaunty Louis Armstrong classic “What A Wonderful World.” But while the original rendition is the audio equivalent of warming your feet in front of a crackling fire after coming in from a snow day, this song gives me horror film vibes. Which makes sense, since it’s a revamped minor key version from Sharon Van Etten & Juggernaut Kid. This is pretty cool, since you might already know the first name listed in that duo without knowing you know it.
According to Vulture, Van Etten plays Rachel on Netflix’s The OA (in which she also gets to sing). According to Pitchfork’s review of her 2009 album Because I Was In Love, the singer’s work “retains some echoes of folk tradition but generally operates in a more personal, introspective space.” And that’s definitely the case for this eerie ballad in which every last joyful association you have with this song is erased by the 36-year-old musician’s haunted rendition.
Meanwhile, if you’re wondering who Juggernaut Kid is, their Soundcloud account lists a personal website for Nigel Butler, who self-describes as a “Producer/Songwriter/Musician/Mixer,” and is presumably the person responsible for mixing the song and giving it its darkly compelling character. And if you’re a film honcho looking for someone to help craft a track into something worthy of your soundtrack, Butler’s clearly the man for the job.
In his bio, it explains that, in the ’80s, he had a whole different line of work as “a scenic artist working for film directors such as Stanley Kubrick and Stephen Spielberg,” and he claims to have “painted the backdrops for Full Metal Jacket, Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade and Baron Munchausen” before a broken arm led him to pursue music instead. So film scenery’s loss is soundtracks’ gain.
It’s hard to think of a more perfect song to unsettle viewers who are new to Geostorm, which boasts as terrifying a premise as its backing track: a dystopian future which, according to Variety, “centers on a satellite designer who tries to prevent disaster when the world’s climate-control satellites fail to function.” So, if you can’t wait until October 20 for this thing to drop, just hit play on that video again and soak up all the unease of that song, one more time with feeling.