Ryan Gosling & Jimmy Kimmel Go to 'Space' for a Painfully Funny Interview!

Cristina Cross
June 11, 2018

Ryan Gosling is heading into outer space - for his upcoming biopic, First Man. A visceral, first-person account, based on the book by James R. Hansen, the movie will explore the sacrifices and the cost-on Armstrong and on the nation-of one of the most unsafe missions in history. Claire Foy, pulling double duty this fall with "First Man" and her starring role in "The Girl in the Spider's Web", plays Armstrong wife, Janet Shearon.

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.

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So far, the Best Picture race appears to be MAJOR SLIM PICKENS so First Man will be like that first hunk of meat thrown to starving lions.

The trailer debuted on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' showing Gosling as Armstrong and the film follows his training to man the Apollo 11 spaceflight. Neil Armstrong faces questions from politicians, and is even asked by his son, "Do you think you're coming back?"

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First Man opens on October 12. It's written by Josh Singer (Spotlight) and directed by Damien Chazelle (La La Land), both of whom have form when it comes to collecting little golden statues. 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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