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‘Moonfall’ Ending Explained: Halle Berry and Patrick Wilson Fight the Moon

Warning: This article contains Moonfall spoilers. If you didn’t watch Moonfall the moment the movie was available on VOD, that’s on you. When the title for Roland Emmerich‘s latest disaster movie dropped—Moonfall—I was psyched. This is the same mad genius who brought us Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow, after all. And sure, more recently he’d delivered the lackluster Independence Day: Resurgence and Midway, but this promise of this brilliantly titled film kept me optimistic.
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One-on-One With Patrick Wilson

Patrick Wilson, one of the busiest forces in Hollywood, is also a proud native of the South who still uses a cast-iron skillet to make cornbread from scratch. This year he will star in two blockbusters: the Aquaman sequel, reprising his role as King Orm; and the sci-fi epic Moonfall. He’ll also be working on his directorial debut, the fifth installment of his Insidious franchise. Wilson has an eclectic résumé—he dazzled in the TV adaptation of Angels in America and has headlined in series such as Fargo—but is perhaps best known for carrying the most successful horror series in box-office history; The Conjuring films have grossed more than $2 billion. He’s been nominated for multiple Golden Globe Awards and Tonys and has appeared in some of the biggest shows on Broadway. And although Wilson has acted with Pacino and sung with Streisand, he talks about his wife, the novelist and actress Dagmara Domińczyk, and their two sons much more than he mentions his career—just one more reason he’s known as one of the nicest people in the business.
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Patrick Wilson Is Absolutely Certain He’s Eaten ‘Dog Sh*t’ At Some Point

Patrick Wilson is a man of many talents—foremost among them is his seeming ability to just roll with sh*t. And yes, we do mean that literally. When randomly asked about the worst thing he’s ever put in his mouth, the Moonfall star had no qualms about admitting that he has probably consumed his fair share of dog feces over the years, as Celebretainment reports.
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Patrick Wilson thinks that disaster movies help people deal with stress

Patrick Wilson thinks disaster movies help people cope with stress. The ‘Moonfall’ star claims that the genre can either help people “escape” their problems or be a “release” for whatever they are freaked out about in a similar fashion to horror movies. After being...
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Moonfall: Patrick Wilson Explains Musical Opening Scene

Heading into Moonfall, audiences expected see chaos but not in the form of Patrick Wilson's rendition of Toto's "Africa." The film opens with Wilson's Brian Harper performing an off-pitch version of the song as he floats through space on a NASA mission, several years before the main events of the film take place. As it turns out, this is a testament to Wilson's acting abilities because the actor is actually quite a talented singer, having performed in such titles as Phantom of the Opera. The comedic bit was discussed in Wilson's interview with ComicBook.com.
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Aquaman 2: Patrick Wilson Explains How the Sequel Will Be Part of the DCEU Multiverse

Orm himself explains how Aquaman 2 will fit into the DCEU multiverse. One of the many DC films that are set to be released this year is Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, the sequel to the 2018 hit Aquaman, which is scheduled at the end of the year. The most interesting part about its release date is that it will be the first DCEU film to be released after The Flash which will venture into the multiverse and potentially change the course of the franchise. There are fans who have been wondering if the upcoming sequel will be affected by the Flash's multiversal adventure. Now, it looks like we have the answer.
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Aquaman 2 Star Patrick Wilson Reportedly Confirms Insidious 5's Filming Date

Patrick Wilson Reportedly Confirms Insidious 5's Filming Date. The actor and the new director, Patrick Wilson confirmed the 5th Insidious franchise’s filming date and discussed a few details of the film. Insidious was one of the major horror hits of James Wan and Leigh Whannell, who previously worked with...
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