PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, History
A look at the life of the astronaut, Neil Armstrong, and the legendary space mission that led him to become the first man to walk on the Moon on July 20, 1969.
When you're two-time Oscar nominee and global fan favorite Ryan Gosling, sometimes it seems you can do whatever you want, like turning down some of Hollywood's hottest roles.
The Adler Planetarium in Chicago gifted Ryan Gosling certificates for two stars named after his daughters in the constellations of their birth signs, as a thank you for his work on the film.
Why do you think space flight is important?
Neil Armstrong: I had a few opportunities in the X-15 to observe the atmosphere. It was so thin, such a small part of the Earth that you could barely see it at all. And when you're down here in the crowd and you look up, ...
During the scene showing Neil and Buzz in the quarantine facility (watching a rerun of JFK's 'We choose to go to the moon...' speech at Rice University in 1962), the camera scans across many different newspapers and magazines covering the flight in a nearby shelf. One of the magazines was National Geographic. NG's cover article on Apollo 11 wasn't until the December 1969 issue.
Near the end of the closing credits, the music is replaced by radio chatter from the mission.
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