A Halle Berry science fiction movie that was shot in 2021 is cancelled by Netflix during post-production, furthering a negative streaming trend.
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- Netflix has canceled the science fiction movie The Mothership due to its extended post-production process.
- The movie, starring Halle Berry, followed a woman and her children as they uncover a mysterious space object and search for her missing husband.
- The Mothership was written and directed by Matthew Charman and also stars Molly Parker and Omari Hardwick.
Netflix has cancelled the Halle Berry science fiction movie The Mothership. The movie, which was written and directed by Matthew Charman and starred Berry opposite Molly Parker and Omari Hardwick, was set to premiere on Netflix on an undetermined date. The movie, which was shot in 2021, followed Sara Morse (Berry) and her children, who discover that an alien object beneath their farmhouse may be linked to the disappearance of Sara’s husband.
Per TheWrap, Netflix has announced the cancellation of their upcoming movie The Mothership. Their sources declared that the reason for the cancellation is the movie’s extended post-production process, with those concerned determining that the movie “could not be completed.” So far, this has not affected Berry’s partnership with the streamer, which will continue with the upcoming movie The Union, an action-thriller that also stars Mark Wahlberg.
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Halle Berry stars as Sara Morse in the sci-fi action-adventure film The Mothership. A year after Sara’s husband disappears from their farm, a strange event leads her and her children to uncover a mysterious space-borne object under their house. Learning that her husband is still alive, Sara and her children head off on an out-of-this-world adventure to save him.
- Matthew Charman
- Halle Berry , Molly Parker , Omari Hardwick , Sydney Lemmon , Rafael Silva
- Matthew Charman
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