Movie tip: Midway – from today in the cinema

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     "I love them – these epic, adventurous action movies," says Hollywood star Woody Harrelson. And that's why he's in good hands with Roland Emmerich's latest blockbuster MIDWAY – FOR FREEDOM. From the 7th of November, the lavishly staged, historical material will be shown in the cinema with a true all-star cast!
    The video below this text not only impressively shows what visually stunning aerial and naval battles the cinema visitors are expecting. Also director Roland Emmerich and his fantastic acting wars have their say. Among them Ed Skrein, Dennis Quaid and Luke Evans, who brings MIDWAY – FOR FREEDOM to the point: "A huge spectacle – but also a story with a lot of heart."
    That's it: Pacific, June 4 to 7, 1942: Democracy and freedom are at stake when, after the Pearl Harbor attack on the remote Midway Islands, a decisive clash takes place in which the numerically weakened US Navy and Air Force defies adversity to face a superior opponent in every way. With courage, extraordinary determination, and historically unprecedented combat art, they confront the Imperial Japanese Navy in a breathtaking air and naval battle that marks the turning point of the Pacific War …
    Success director and guarantor for visually stunning cinema Roland Emmerich is dedicated to the historical material in a thrilling and emotionally charged production with an outstanding cast: Woody Harrelson ("Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri"), Dennis Quaid ("The Day After Tomorrow"), Mandy Moore ("This is Us"), Luke Evans ("Fast & Furious 6 – 8"), Ed Skrein ("Deadpool"), Patrick Wilson ("Aquaman"), Aaron Eckhart ("The Dark Knight") ), Nick Jonas ("Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle"), Keean Johnson ("Alita: Battle Angel"), Alexander Ludwig ("Vikings") and Tadanobu Asano ("Thor: Day of Decision").
    Roland Emmerich directed MIDWAY – FOR THE FREEDOM, the script was written by Wes Tooke. The film was produced by Emmerich's Centropolis Entertainment as well as by Harald Kloser ("2012", "White House Down", "Independence Day: Return") and Mark Gordon ("The Soldier James Ryan", "The Patriot").

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