Scarlett Johansson and superhero guru rewrite history’s milestone in the new trailer

Scarlett Johansson and superhero guru rewrite historys milestone in the

It is one of the greatest milestones in human history. But there are conspiracy theorists who doubt that Neil Armstrong was actually the first person to walk on the moon in 1969. Despite all the evidence, they believe that the moon landing in 2001: Odyssey was staged by space director Stanley Kubrick.

This is exactly the topic the film revolves around To the Moonin which superhero guru Greg Berlanti (Supergirl, Green Lantern) rewrites US history together with his stars Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum and Woody Harrelson.

To the Moon tells the story of the moon landing from a new perspective

In 1968, both the United States and the Soviet Union vied to be the first nation to set foot on the moon. As NASA prepares for the all-important rocket launch, marketing luminary Kelly Jones (Johansson) is hired to save the mission if it fails: she’s supposed to be one Fake moon landing stage as back-up.

However, not only does she get in the way of personal feelings for the head of the rocket mission, Cole Davis (Tatum), but also a race against time.

See the German trailer for To the Moon here:

To the Moon – Trailer (German) HD

When is To the Moon coming to the cinema?

In addition to Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum and Woody Harrelson, To the Moon stars Ray Romano (Ice Age), Jim Rash (Community), Nick Dillenburg (Orange is the new Black), Anna Garcia Williams (Superstore) and Colin Woodell (The Continental) in front of the camera. The screenplay is by Rose Gilroy (The Edge of Sleep).

The role of Tatum was originally supposed to be played by Chris Evans (Captain America). However, he had to withdraw from the project due to scheduling difficulties. The initially planned director, Jason Bateman, left the film due to creative differences and was replaced by Greg Berlanti.

To the Moon will be released in this country on July 11, 2024 move into the cinemas.

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