Sony was in a festive mood on UFO Day by releasing the trailer for the movie “UFO”
Gillian Anderson portrays a college professor, where he handles a student in the movie who’s sure he saw a flying saucer as a kid. He tries badly to prove that the truth is out there.
It is about Derek, a brilliant college student, who is feeling haunted by a childhood UFO sighting. He believes that mysterious sightings which have been reported at different airports across the United States are nothing else but UFO.
Later, with the help of his girlfriend, Natalie, and his advanced mathematics professor, Dr Hendricks, Derek handles the demystification of its mystery with FBI special agent. The agent Franklin Ahls, which is played by David Strathairn too did his best efforts to help the guy.
Ryan Eslinger is the director of the film. They have also produced “Daniel and Abraham” and “When a Man Falls.”
“UFO” is scheduled to be released on DVD and digital platforms on September 4. It is said in a lighter mood that aliens don’t need releases in the theatres.
They have released a trailer for the movie. It has come up as an intriguing sci-fi thriller. The full movie can be seen on digital platforms along with DVD from Sept. 4 onwards.
This day is known as understanding the mysteries of unidentified flying objects. Its movie sets will uncover these mysteries of the universe. Tony-winning actor Alex Sharp as Derek investigates a series of extraterrestrial sightings on earth.
It’s will be regarded as an out of the world thriller. Judging by the trailer one can dub it as a fun ride, along with diving deep into UFO mythology. Anderson’s character of a math professor looks amazing in the movie.
Its production had begun in December 2016 in Cincinnati.
Every year World UFO Day is celebrated to create an awareness for people of the same interests to come together and watch unexplained mysteries in the skies.
July 2 signify importance because it commemorates the so-called UFO crash in the year 1947. The incident is known as Roswell UFO Incident, while some celebrate it on June 24, which is a date when aviator Kenneth Arnold reported for the first time, widely chronicled unidentified flying object sighting in the United States of America.