First Man – Official Trailer
Coming Soon To Theaters and IMAX

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.



  1. How do we know they didn’t just land on the moon to win an Oscar for “best visual effects”? It’s cheaper and only requires the technology of a gameboy and the film got through the Van Allen radiation belt the last few times we actually landed on the moon with no problem.

    Why would they fake a moon landing when they can just actually land on the moon and film it?

  2. I actually thought this movie was about how NASA faked the moon landing when they realized their technology was still too flawed for use and they feared the Russians beating them to it.
    But then I saw this trailer and thought – Wow, here in Germany most educated people, especially in science, ridicule the NASA fake moon landing, but in Hollywood it actually happened XD
    Then again, it is a science fiction 😀

  3. hah what a hoax. try looking up apollo 11 press conference. these liars looked like their dog just got killed. obviously at the last minute they were told it was too dangerous. you NPCs give me and your controllers a hearty chuckle how gullible you all are

  4. I dont understand why this movie won an Oscar for best visual effects…especially with Avengers and Ready Player One as opponents. I guess the Academy needs to promote the Americanism (if there is such a term).

  5. These men, alongside many other American patriots and heroes are what have kept us the land of the free, home of the brave. Innovation, ingenuity, bravery, and overcoming adversity are the cornerstone of our nation. Why we don't have portraits of men like Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins, and countless other heroes throughout our history up as giant portraits in our public schools is beyond me. Instead, our kids have poisonous inspirations from great American thugs like Tupac, Cardi B, and countless other 'artists' and 'musicians' and Hollywood idiots that couldn't even probably pass calculus 1 plastered all over their phones, gymnasiums, and televisions.

  6. Funny how all these years later they haven't been back…oh right, that would require them going in the first place.

    Good fiction, but that's all it is — fiction.

  7. I only came here to see if the film was any good! These f in morons!!!!!! My IQ has dropped reading these comments. Not one person has said, yeah good film, enjoyed it!!!!

  8. I just finished watching this movie…They took a big fat DUMP on the legacy of Neil Armstrong. What poor acting….A wooden statue would have been a better actor of Neil.

  9. This movie deserves the win, it's not just cgi, they mixed practical effects, miniatures and the real video taken during the apollo missions, look at any just cgi movie they age like milk. This will always have the realness and believability everytime you watch it, just like PJ lotr trilogy and, yes aged but ahead of its time original star wars trilogy. And to name a dozen others, when watching this movie I felt like I was there. Infinity wars visuals were good but it felt like a very high production cgi cutscene from a game. Hell halo wars 2 cutscenes are just as good along with halo 2 remastered.


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