Midway is an upcoming American war movie directed by Roland Emmerich and written by Wes Tooke. The film stars Ed Skrein, Patrick Wilson, Luke Evans, Aaron Eckhart, Nick Jonas, Mandy Moore, Dennis Quaid, Darren Criss and Woody Harrelson.

The Historic Battle of Midway is set to Receive its next Film version and from none aside from famous German filmmaker Roland Emmerich.The director and screenwriter, known for his high heeled Hollywood movies including The Patriot,Independence Day and White House Down will helm the project that is going to be the second film to be centered on the Battle of Midway.The film is scheduled for release on 8 November 2019.

It had prompted a 1976 film, also known as’Midway’, that depended heavily on stock footage from World War II documentaries. A first appearance poster of the movie is out, and it looks like a promising, sensible retelling of the warfare using a star studded cast Emmerich’s track record and a major budget.

The movie recounts the narrative of the Battle of Midway, told from the US leaders and the natives that fought it. The battle was a turning point in the Pacific Theater of World War II, turning the tide against the Axis forces in the war. The Battle of Midway started 77 decades back on June 4, 1942, and lasted until June 7. The conflict, that was the very first measure for the US at a yearlong campaign to win the war against Japan, represented the first great American success of the War in the Pacific.

The film is written by Wes Tooke and produced by Emmerich’s Centropolis Entertainment, Harald Kloser, Mark Gordon, and Dong Yu. Emmerich said that the first time he had the idea to work on ‘Midway’ was 20 years ago. “I had a deal at Sony, but the movie didn’t come together because the studio was owned by Japanese, so they were not very inclined to do a movie where they felt like the big losers of a battle,” he said. “I always wanted to tell them that I will not show the Japanese as losers. Decision-makers started this war. The Navy did not start the war,” he added.

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