Geostorm (2017) is an incredible blast of destruction that must keep fans of films such as 2012 and Independence Day should be very happy this fall. After a series of unprecedented natural disasters threatening the planet, the world leaders gathered to create a complex network of satellites to monitor the global climate and keep everyone safe. But now, there is something wrong, the system built to protect the ground to attack, this is a race against time to find the real threat before the Geostorm around the world erases everything and everyone along with it.
Dean Devlin (producer and producer of Independence Day) makes the film debut with Thriller Geostorm, starring Gerard Butler (White House fall, 300), Abby Corniche (Limitless), Jim Sturgis (Cloud Atlas), Daniel Wu (The Man With Iron Fists, War craft: The Beginning) and Alexandra Maria Lara (Rush), which nominated Oscar Ed Harris (Apollo 13, the hours) and Andy Garcia (The Godfather: Part III).
Butler star as Jake, the scientists who along with his brother Max, played by Sturgis, served to overcome the failure of the satellite program. Cornish stars as Secret Service Agent Sarah Wilson; Lara as Ute Fassbinder, the astronauts of International Space Station that runs the space station; Wu Cheng as cheng, the supervisor for the Dutch boy program based in Hong Kong; with Garcia as president of the United States Andrew Palma. The film also starred Adebero Udoye, Amr Waked, Robert Sheehan and Eugenio Derbiz.
The movie written by Paul Guyot and Dean Devlin by Skydancers David Ellison, Dana Goldbergm Devlin and Sky dance’s Goldberg. The creative team behind the scenes includes director of photography Roberto Schaefer, production designer Kirk M Petrochlei, fashion designer Susan Matheson and VFX Supervisor Jeffrey okun. A Warner Bros. Pictures and Sky dance, Geostorm (2017) is a joint venture between Sky dance and Electrical Entertainment, Inc. The theaters are scheduled to enter October 20, 2017, will be distributed in 3D and 2D in selected theaters and IMAX by Warner Bros. Warner Bros. Entertainment Pictures. The first trailer although seems like something may be derived from Roland Emmerich, it is important to note that the director of Devlin and Emrich has a long history of cooperation with each other. So it is not a coincidence. Take your life jacket, make sure your supplies are stored, and get ready for a peek at one of the most shocking fall of the movie that has not been about a serial killer.