Ryan Gosling is all suited up for First Man.
The trailer shows the challenges that came with the Apollo 11 mission, as well as the toll it took on Armstrong and his family.
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They even get to see George Clooney floating by in space. The first trailer is online.
Chazelle has rounded up a spectacular cast, which includes Kyle Chandler, Pablo Schreiber, Jason Clarke, Ciaran Hinds and Corey Stoll, among others and it has our space nerd sense tingling. The film is based on James Hansen's book "First Man: A Life Of Neil A. Armstrong".
The film focuses on the lead-up to and events of that fateful event, chronicling Armstrong's life from the early 60s up until his historic achievement. Chazelle explains: "we wanted to tell the story about one of the most epic accomplishments in human history, but root it very much in the intimate and the day to day details of what it was actually like".
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"Space exploration changes your perception". 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". "There are risks but, we have every intention of coming back", Gosling's Armstrong replies.
Experience the impossible journey to the moon when First Man debuts on October 12.
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