Creepy New Theatrical Trailer for Apollo 18
06.25.11 by Ryan
After changing the release date four times, The Weinstein Company is celebrating the (hopefully) final release date for their upcoming sci-fi movie Apollo 18 with a new theatrical trailer. Could this mean that the constant shuffling is over?
To recap: Apollo 18 was originally going to open in March, then was quickly moved to April 22nd, then delayed until January 2012, moved back to August 26th, and, finally, landed on September 2nd.
Clearly a movie that The Weinstein Company wants to release at precisely the right moment, Apollo 18 is a "found footage" movie that follows astronauts on the 1974 space mission that NASA claims never happened and shows "what really happened." Are we spoiling things to say the mission doesn't go well?
Produced by Timur Bekmambetov (Wanted), Apollo 18 was written by Brian Miller, and is the English-language debut for director Gonzalo López-Gallego.