Hollywood will keep churning garbage as always. As if they have stopped making movies about Vampires and Zombies.
It’s all a money making business.
Like the poor Earthlings whose impending doom the genre chronicles, the asteroid disaster movie could be on its last legs.
That may not be immediately apparent, since a new killer-asteroid film, “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World,” opens at theaters nationwide Friday (June 22). But scientists are making so much progress finding and tracking big, dangerous space rocks that a surprise civilization-threatening impact is becoming less and less realistic.
- Immediate Disaster Download (ramyuciu.typepad.com)
- End May Be Nigh for Asteroid Disaster Movies (space.com)
- “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World” – Steve Carell finally finds meaning (speechwriting-ghostwriting.typepad.com)
- The End of the World and the Absurdity of Death (news.discovery.com)
- Two small asteroids buzz Earth in one-two punch – Fox News (foxnews.com)