Sci-fi family film Crater, directed by Kyle Patrick Alvarez, is coming to Disney+ next month – here’s the trailer.
Kyle Patrick Alvarez is perhaps best know for helming The Stanford Prison Experiment in 2015, though his 2009 directorial debut, Easier With Practice, about a relationship that develops after a writer picks up the phone to a wrong number, is well worth seeking out.
His latest project is sci-fi family film Crater.
The official synopsis reads as follows:
After the death of his father, a boy named Caleb (Isaiah Russell-Bailey) growing up on the Moon inside a dome at a lunar mining colony takes a trip to explore a legendary crater, along with his four best friends, prior to being relocated to another planet.
Bailey stars alongside Mckenna Grace, Billy Barratt, Orson Hong, Thomas Boyce, and Scott Mescudi.
Alvarez directs from a script by From creator John J. Griffin.
Crater will be released on Disney+ on the 12th May.
Watch the trailer below:
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