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Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum Soar to the Silver Screen in Upcoming Comedy Film Fly Me To The Moon

A Still From Fly Me To The Moon (Photo: Fly Me To The Moon)

Greg Berlanti’s latest comedy, Fly Me To The Moon, is set to take audiences on a wild ride through the annals of space history. Touted as a charming period film, the movie is inspired by real-life conspiracy theories surrounding the Apollo 11 mission. The film revolves around a fake moon landing backup plan, which was concocted by NASA’s marketing team to ensure a successful moon landing. Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum star as Kelly Jones, an industrious young woman, and Cole Davis, a launch director, respectively.

The first look images from the film showcase Johansson and Tatum in their respective roles, exuding a sense of fun and chemistry. The bright color palette and clever use of late 60s aesthetics create a lighthearted tone that is sure to appeal to fans of the leading actors. Fly Me To The Moon marks the first on-screen pairing of Johansson and Tatum, and given their contrasting characters, their on-screen dynamic is bound to be electric.

Berlanti has gone to great lengths to recreate the iconic Moon Landing visuals, pouring months of design and construction work into achieving a seamless match with the real-life historic event. The film is set to arrive in theaters on July 12, giving fans ample time to catch up on the latest news and updates before its release.

A Still From Fly Me To The Moon (Photo: Fly Me To The Moon)

Fly Me To The Moon boasts an impressive cast, including Nick Dillenburg, Anna Garcia, Jim Rash, Noah Robbins, Colin Woodell, Christian Zuber, Donald Elise Watkins, Ray Romano, and Woody Harrelson, all of whom bring their unique talents to the project. Berlanti directs from a script by Rose Gilroy, who has crafted a story that delves into the world of conspiracy theories and NASA’s marketing team.

The film’s premise, as described by Berlanti, is straightforward: “The President deems the mission too important to fail. Jones is directed to stage a fake moon landing as backup, and the countdown truly begins.” With this setup, Berlanti aims to poke fun at the real-life conspiracy theory that NASA faked the moon landing, a notion that has persisted for decades.

Faique Ahmad
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Faique is a tv-holic located in Srinagar, Kashmir, India. He loves writing about ongoing TV Shows. You can reach out to him at [email protected]

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