in the trailer you can see SLS, Dragon 2 and DreamChaser.
I didn't see the sort of exponential growth you'd expect to see as time went by, though. That could be because they were using SLS??
So NASA did not know the female Astronaut heading to Mars was pregnant?
Science will be mangled in many ways in this film, as always happens in Hollywood (eg. The Martian)
The ending...? Four options that I can foresee:1) They agree to go their separate ways as she has her world and he has his and the two cannot meet;2) Even though it will inevitably kill him, the protagonist decides to stay on Earth as it is where humans are meant to be (the 'anti-space' ending, if you will);3) The girl volunteers to accompany him back to Mars on the grounds that she wants to see and experience his world as he has experienced hers and she feels a sense that Mars offers her a significant future that small town USA cannot offer her (the 'romantic finale);4) The protagonist agrees to return to Mars but the girl sees him off from the ISS2 and gives him some keepsake from her home to take with him; five years later, she steps off the latest MCT to land at the growing settlement.
...A lot of that was due to deaths from famine and disease, which shouldn't be as much of a problem on Mars...
...January and February is where studios release movies that they think are going to do badly at the box office. So something prompted the studio to lose faith in this film.