February 19, 2011 by Post Team
Apollo 18, Trailer for “Apollo 18″ horror thriller, a movie-style documentary produced by “Wanted” director Timur Bekmambetov. Check it out below. Plot: Set to be shot documentary style, the film unearths lost footage of Apollo 18 is undocumented and secret mission to the moon, revealing disturbing new evidence of other life forms. The new film is directed by Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego and should be released in theaters April 22.
A film about the real mission of the space in the 1970s, which was canceled by NASA. The first trailer for the new sci-fi thriller “Apollo 18″ directed by Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego is here! Are not you so excited? ” Well, we’ve never heard of, but we hope you are. “Apollo 18″ explores why Apollo 17 was the last NASA mission to the moon using an approach is film. “In the years that followed there was unconfirmed intelligence a mission of 18. No evidence was never found … until now.” the trailer bed.
NASA wanted to send three more Apollo to the moon in the 70, but canceled for budgetary reasons. The film says it’s on the real mission of the space that was canceled by NASA because of what the astronauts found. His slogan? “There’s a reason why we never went back to the Moon.”
The trailer follows the astronauts (on mission 18, duh!) What is their mission turned into – what else? – A fight against the foreigners who live in the moon. It seems as if foreigners bite them, they begin to go a little space-crazy.
Brian Miller and Corey Goodman wrote the film. “Apollo 18″ lands in theaters April 22, 2011.
A secret mission to the moon that is turned into a hell is picked as a theme in “Apollo 18″ and the first trailer gave advice how it could happen. The video begins with scenes from Apple in the style of found footage and follows two astronauts when they land on the moon.
Officially, Apollo 17 launched December 17, 1972, was the last manned mission to the moon. But in the movie it is said that a year later, two American astronauts have been sent on a secret mission to the moon funded by the U.S. Department of Defense. In the trailer, it is shown; the two astronauts are threatened by something that is not yet revealed.
Produced by Timur Bekmambetov, this horror thriller, science fiction comes from the hand of the director Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego with a budget estimated at 5 million. The iron line-up is not yet announced when the film released in the U.S. on April 22.
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