That's the pitch for Ryan Gosling's latest cinematic adventure as the versatile actor steps into the especially famous shoes of Neil Armstrong; the first man to walk on the surface of the moon. The film is based on James Hansen's book "First Man: A Life Of Neil A. Armstrong". Ryan Gosling fills the role of Armstrong in the film, with Emmy-winning The Crown actress Claire Foy playing Armstrong's wife Janet.
The film will reportedly focus on Armstrong's life from 1961-1969.
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The film shows everything experienced by Armstrong from his days of training for the unsafe mission, to how it affected his family life, right through to the actual experience of the journey.
Damien Chazelle has become an Oscar favorite after his feature debut "Whiplash" won three awards and his follow-up, "La La Land", won six after earning a record-tying 14 nominations. She imagines her husband travelling 240,000 miles to land on the moon, telling her husband that it wasn't just another trip, adding that he isn't just "going to work". Does the poster remind you of one for Mission: Impossible as it does me?
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"There are risks, but we have every intention of coming back", Armstrong tells his son in the preview. Corey Stoll plays Buzz Aldrin, with Kyle Chandler as Deke Slayton, Jason Clarke as Ed White, and Pablo Schreiber as Jim Lovell.
First Man has been given an October 12 release date by Universal Pictures, which is in the midst of one of the most crowded months of the year.
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