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First Man – Official Trailer
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On the heels of their six-time Academy Award®-winning smash, La La Land, Oscar®-winning director Damien Chazelle and star Ryan Gosling reteam for Universal Pictures’ First Man, the riveting story of NASA’s mission to land a man on the moon, focusing on Neil Armstrong and the years 1961-1969. 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 dangerous missions in history.

Written by Academy Award® winner Josh Singer (Spotlight), the drama is produced by Wyck Godfrey & Marty Bowen (The Twilight Saga, The Fault in Our Stars) through their Temple Hill Entertainment banner, alongside Chazelle and Gosling. Isaac Klausner (The Fault in Our Stars) executive produces. DreamWorks Pictures co-finances the film.

 

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  1. It is not difficult to understand why the planting of the American flag was left out of your movie “First Man”. If you want to show the movie in China you cannot have anything that would reflect favorably on the USA. China has bought up most of Hollywood and that is a good fit as most of the Leftist, like Ryan Gosling. are closet Communists. China influences most of the movies now made in Hollywood and you will reflect what they want to see if you want to show your movie in China. I am surprised that you did not have two different scenes in the movie. One showing the planting of the American flag for free World consumption and the other scene being the planting of the Chinese flag being for Chinese consumption which they might believe as they are restricted in the news that they receive. I will not be seeing the movie and I never buy products made in China if avoidable. Again, I will not be seeing your movie and I hope the American public does the same and your movie ends up being a flop. of money.

  2. Plot twist: mission control were men, and they did have everything under control. Also, they not only didn’t show him plant the flag on the moon, but the flag can’t be seen on the Saturn V rocket either, or on their space suits. The Saturn V had the flag all the way around circumferentially, near the bottom where it says USA. They do everything they can to avoid showing it.

  3. I am a proud AMERICAN. Deleting the flag being planted on the surface of the moon is a slap in the face to all the good that America has accomplished. Hollywood can go to hell. They won't see me there OR in the theater.

  4. where is the flag snowflakes ?this is one of those moments to prove America's great achievements.besides bleeding in foreign lands helping fight evil.fuck this movie boycott this lunacy.

  5. This is another pure propaganda movie just like the movie The Front Runner. We never went to moon also so half the globe will just be brushing this off as trying to recapture America’s strength and sense of pride, which that part I support.

  6. Oh god, the comments in here are hysterical. NASA is real, the Earth is NOT flat, and we landed on the moon in 1969. I think a lot of you need to go back and get a proper education.

  7. Neil Armstrong was quite relaxed laid back person. Buzz Aldrin – a content preacher.
    There was no "shouty special effects drama". Apollo's story should be told with content fascination, not as "Ah, we are gonna die!" Hollywood dramatisation.
    This movie shall do more harm than good.

  8. I'll download it, just so they don't get any money from me!
    We, the American taxpayers, paid for all of it. Armstrong did it for his country. To purposely remove all traces of american flags from this film is PC culture gone crazy, blatantly anti-American/anti-Trump.

  9. Buzz Aldrin on Apollo 11 final TV broadcast:
    Good evening. I'd like to discuss with you a few of the more symbolic aspects of the flight, our mission Apollo 11. As we have been discussing the events that has taken place in the past two or three days here onboard our spacecraft, we have come to the conclusion that this has been far more than three men on a voyage to the moon. More still, than the efforts of a government and industry team. More even, than the efforts of one nation. We feel that this stands as a symbol of the insatiable curiosity of all mankind, to explore the unknown.

  10. The moon landing was all fake. Why is it that they never went back to the Moon there's nothing there the surface is unstable. Look at the pictures/ videos of the moon landing the, shadows from the light, the flag waving in a none atmosphere setting, there's no dust on the landing gear or crater underneath the space craft. All a big bunch of s*** the government wants you to believe.

  11. The whole point of going into space is learning what we don't know; the whole point of getting to where we've never been is getting there & proving we were there. All the nations of the world would have gotten to the moon on their own speed, but America got there FIRST, the AMERICAN FLAG IS IMPORTANT, should have stayed true to history. This movie's gonna burn out real quick.

  12. I'm glad they left out the scene where they put the American flag on the moon. I think it was the right call to make. It's not about pretending Americans didn't do this – we all know they did and even us foreigners were applauding them for it – it's about framing it as a human achievement. America won the race and good for them – but we all won something in the act itself.

  13. It’s typical of Americans to complain about the flag planting being excluded and calling it an insult, while this movie is just as well a tribute to the American (technological) achievement of the moon landing.

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