Published: Sun, June 10, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

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

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

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Ryan Gosling stars as iconic astronaut Neil Armstrong in the upcoming biopic First Man, and to celebrate the movie's first trailer, he and Jimmy Kimmel made a decision to head to space to chat about the film.

The first trailer premiered Friday, June 8, timed with Ryan Gosling's appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live".

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Ryan Gosling is heading into outer space - for his upcoming biopic, First Man. However, on viewing the trailer [VIDEO] of "First Man", it is clear that Armstrong went through some terrifying and uncertain days, training for his mission to the moon. Kyle Chandler, Corey Stoll, Jason Clarke and Brian d'Arcy James are also part of the cast, among others. Written by Oscar-winning Spotlight and The Post co-writer Josh Singer, the film is based on a book by James R. Hansen and chronicles the story of NASA's mission to land a man on the moon, focusing on Neil Armstrong between the years of 1961 and 1969.

What's striking here is how much they're playing up the danger and the risk, both elements we tend to forget about because the mission was a success. He added that space exploration changes a person's perspective, allowing them to see things we should have noticed a long time ago. Neil Armstrong faces questions from politicians, and is even asked by his son, "Do you think you're coming back?"

The trailer for "First Man" is included below and the film will be released in cinemas on 12 October.

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