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Netflix is set to release a promising sci-fi thriller, "The Mothership," starring the acclaimed Halle Berry. Matthew Charman, known for his Oscar-nominated screenplay "Bridge of Spies," takes the helm as both writer and director for "The Mothership," marking his directorial debut. Halle Berry not only stars in the film but also steps in as a producer, alongside Danny Stillman, Fred Berger, and Brian Kavanaugh-Jones of Automatik. The project was first announced in early 2021, generating buzz in the sci-fi and film communities.Despite initial plans for a 2022 debut, the film's release remains pending as we progress through 2023. This article provides a detailed look at what we know about this highly anticipated project
"The Mothership" follows Sara Morse (played by Berry), who embarks on a quest filled with extraterrestrial mysteries and personal quests a year after her husband's unexplained disappearance. The discovery of an alien object beneath their home propels Sara and her children into a thrilling journey to uncover the truth.
Halle Berry, an Oscar winner with a versatile acting portfolio, leads the cast as Sara Morse. Joining her are notable talents including Omari Hardwick, John Ortiz, Molly Parker, Thomas Philip O’Neill, Marilyn Busch, Tyler Gevas, Quinn McPherson, and Rocco Navarro.
Filming commenced in June 2021, concluding in mid-August of the same year. Boston, Massachusetts, served as the primary filming location, with additional scenes shot in Norwood, Massachusetts. Post-production wrapped up by late 2021.
South Street, between Pleasant Street and Lincoln Avenue, in #PlainvilleMA is periodically being shut down to vehicle and pedestrian traffic today to allow filming at and around Don's Diner, reportedly for a Netflix film called "The Mothership." https://t.co/YhEknisz1I pic.twitter.com/FhJn9BBCcR— The Sun Chronicle (@TheSunChronicle) July 19, 2021
Netflix's 2022 Movie Preview included a brief glimpse of "The Mothership." As for its release, the film was initially slated for Netflix's 2022 lineup. However, it was later moved to 2023. There is speculation about a potential 2024 release or even a shelving of the project, as Netflix has yet to confirm a release date. We will keep an eye on this project an update this article.