What happens at the end of the movie The Martian?

What happens at the end of the movie The Martian?

In the end, Watney and his dedicated crew members all returned back to Earth safely. The Martian takes place in a world (or rather, worlds) more advanced than our own. But when Watney is stranded millions of miles away from home, it’s not futuristic technology that saves him — it’s old fashioned human creativity.

Does any of the crew die in The Martian?

Back on Earth, Director of NASA Teddy Sanders (Jeff Daniels) holds a press conference to state that while the Hermes crew succeeded in their mission, Watney was lost, and he is declared dead.

How did Watney die?

During the evacuation one of the crew members, Mark Watney, is hit by a projectile due to the storm and is thrown away. The crew is forced to leave him thinking he died due to rupture in his space suit.

Does Mark make it home in The Martian?

It’s satisfying that The Martian ends like it does, with Mark being rescued by his crew. He went through so much crap to survive that if he didn’t get rescued, there would have been a huge backlash from audiences. There would have been riots in movie theaters all across the country.

What is Watney’s new job at the end of the movie?

In this epilogue, Watney is seen looking healthy and back to a normal weight (spending too much time on a deserted planet and living off of potatoes isn’t exactly a diet I would recommend). Even better, he is teaching some aspiring astronauts and sharing his experiences on Mars.

How long did Mark Watney survive on Mars?

Mark Watney’s crew made it back to Mars orbit to collect him on sol 549, which means that Watney spent 564 days, or approximately eighteen months, on Mars. After the first six sols, he spent this time all alone, although at certain points in the story, he was able to communicate with NASA authorities.

What superhero does Watney indicate he will be like if he punctures his suit?

That’s when the botanist proposes yet another crazy brilliant idea: “I get to fly around like Iron Man.” By puncturing the gloves of his space suit, Watney is able to “fly” in the gravity-free vacuum of space, arms at his side like his favorite superhero.