ABC.com Online Interview
June 12, 2009
N): Natasha Henstridge
D): David James Elliott
N): An asteroid, or brown drawf I guess they call it.....
N): .....hits the moon and sends the moon on this.....um.....
D): Knocks it off its axis.
N): Knocks it off its axis, which in turn changes the gravitational pull and sends it on this collision course to earth.
D): A brown dwarf is a remnant of a dead star, and the polarity of the brown drawf changed the polarity of the moon. So now the earth and the moon are actually attracting one another. So the force of this brown drawf, which is like insanely compressed matter --- maybe a little piece like that could weigh thousands of tons --- knocks the moon off its axis. Now it's on an elongated axis, which is creating a sling shot effect. Every time it goes by, it......
N): Damn, he's remembering his dialog from the film.. I'm so impressed with him!
D): .....everytime it goes by the earth.....you know what.....
N): He's a lot smarter than he looks, I can tell you that.
D): (Laughs) June 21st and 28th on ABC.