Is George Clooney's 'The Midnight Sky' the Most Horrifyingly 2020 Christmas Film?

Carla Harmon
October 27, 2020

These are just examples, of course, but with the release of the first trailer for "Midnight Sky, ' it appears 2020 will at least be able to continue the trend".

George Clooney's directorial career as of late hasn't quite had the success of his acting roles, but now he's back with perhaps his most ambitious project yet. But in order to save what's left of humanity, Clooney must courageous the apocalyptic wasteland of Earth to send a message to the Aether.

"The Midnight Sky" is an apocalyptic sci-fi drama helmed by the Academy Award Winning Actor, which offers insight into a possible future where unspecified destruction renders the earth uninhabitable, according to Variety. Or people who like big space movies with a little quiet character drama sprinkled throughout.

The novel, which was launched in August 2016, sees the tales of Augustine and Sully "progressively intertwine in a profound and surprising conclusion" as they each face an unsure future within the wake of a catastrophic occasion. Either way, The Midnight Sky looks like the Christmas story that 2020 deserves. The script is signed by Mark L. Smith (The Return). He is trying to contact a team of astronauts (Felicity Jones, Kyle Chandler, David Oyelowo, Demián Bichir and Tiffany Boone) who are looking for another planet that can support life. Here is the official synopsis from Netflix: "Our humanity always endures".

"The Midnight Sky" releases on Netflix on December 23.

Primarily based on Lily Brooks-Dalton's acclaimed novel Good Morning, Midnight, the function movie follows lonely scientist Augustine as he makes an attempt to cease a crew of astronauts from returning dwelling to a worldwide catastrophe on Earth.

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