Ryan Gosling and La La Land director Damien Chazelle reteam in First Man, the riveting true story of astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon - or, as Universal calls it in its new trailer, "one of the most unsafe missions in history". Also, it's got Ryan Gosling (Blade Runner 2049) starring as Armstrong himself, and recent Academy Award victor Damien Chazelle (Whiplash, La La Land) on directing duties.
The first trailer for the movie has landed too, and it looks like this...
The trailer presents the challenges of the Apollo 11 mission. Gosling's Armstrong fully understands the risk of the mission he is undertaking, which makes his desire to get to the moon that much more remarkable. It also shows the consequences faced by Armstrong's family after he chose to go ahead.
"This isn't just another trip, Neil", Claire Foy's Janet Armstrong says. According to Maxim, First Man is described as a "visceral, first-person account" that explores "the sacrifices and the cost-on Armstrong and on the nation-of one of the most unsafe missions in history".
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