Category: Magazine

Ryan Gosling & Damien Chazelle on GQ Japan

NEW Stunning Photoshoot 

Ryan Gosling & Damien Chazelle photographed for GQ Japan (Credit to Takahisa Nakano)

Link to the GQ article Here

Ryan Gosling & Damien Chazelle Los Angeles Times ‘The Envelope’ Interview & Photoshoot January 8, 2019

Ryan and Damien are on the cover of LA Times magazine “The Envelope” on January 8, 2019 and in the Gallery (link below) you can find all the stunning outtakes taken in that occasion. (Photo credit to @jlcvisuals)

You can read the article by Glenn Whipp here link

Damien: ‘Hey, Ryan, it’s going to be a while. You might want to change out.” And he’d be, “No. I’m good.” Ryan: I loved it. I never wanted to get out of the suits or the capsules. There was something really peaceful about it.

Damien & Ryan

HQ Photoshoots go here Link 1
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Le Parisien Week-End on First Man Movie

The French Mag ‘Le Parisien Week-End’ dedicades An Article to the movie First Man

Here’s the link to read the article Link
And here’s the cover issue.

Ryan Gosling on GQ Magazine November Issue

Ryan Gosling and Damien Chazelle photographed by Giampaolo Sgura during Tiff18.

Ryan is on the November Cover Story of GQ Magazine. The Article is by Daniel Riley, link Here. Here’s a preview, more pictures in my gallery.

Daniel Riley talks with leading man Ryan Gosling and wunderkind director Damien Chazelle about their Neil Armstrong movie, First Man, and how they plan to put movie-goers into the cockpit, riding rockets into space. Ryan wears @dolcegabbana, @zegnaofficial, @gucci (styling by @mobolajidawodu).

GQ Photoshoot Here GQ

International Covers Mags and Articles dedicated to the movie First Man

Here’s some International Mag Covers & Articles dedicated to First Man Movie

To read the articles and look at the Photoshoots go here  Link

Cinemania Espana

Premiere France

Empire Italia

Total Film British Mag October Issue Cover for First Man

British Mag ‘Total Film’ dedicates The cover and an interesting Article to the movie First Man⁠ ⁠

Here’s the link to read the full article Article

Vanity Fair Italy Portrait at Venice 75

New Vanity Fair Italy Portrait From Venice75 

Ryan, Claire and Damien inside the Excelsior Hotel in Venice lido on September 29, 2018 (picture credit to Fabrice Dall’Anese)

New First Man Official Movie Poster

Universal Pictures released a new Official First Man Movie Poster 

Damien Chazelle The Hollywood Reporter Cover + Magazine Interview

The Hollywood Reporter Cover Mag

This week’s @THR cover is the return of La La Land’s Damien Chazelle, Oscar’s youngest best director winner invites @GallowayOnFilm into the editing room as he races to finish the Venice Film Fest opener First Man. 

New Exclusive First Man Movie Stills released by Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly has released 2 brand new stills of the movie First Man by Daniel McFadden for Universal Pictures

As Ryan Gosling sat in a spacesuit, bathed in blue light and strapped into a capsule modeled on the specifications of the Gemini 8 spacecraft, he became acutely aware of how claustrophobic the 1966 mission into Earth’s orbit must have been for its astronauts, Neil Armstrong and David Scott. “It’s really hard in a film to convey just how small these capsules were and just how terrifying it was hurtling through space in these,” the First Man star said.

The Gemini 8 mission was just one of the milestones leading up to NASA’s 1969 manned moon landing, the event that inspired director Damien Chazelle to turn his sights to outer space for his new film, re-teaming with his La La Land lead Gosling, who plays Armstrong. “There’s actually a tendency now to take some of these things for granted and forget just how difficult and unlikely and really risky and dangerous and crazy the whole endeavor was,” Chazelle explained of the stakes.

Armstrong died in 2012, but his family stepped up to help Chazelle recreate the astronaut’s life. Gosling met with Armstrong’s sister, June; Chazelle even managed to get the blueprints to Armstrong’s house so that he could build it to scale. “It was amazing to watch Neil’s kids, Rick and Mark, come into the house they had grown up in and see the level to which the crew was working to get this right,” Gosling said.

Chazelle shot the earthbound scenes first before moving on to the more challenging and tightly orchestrated flight sequences, which featured scale replicas of the capsules and LED screens playing footage of space to re-create what the astronauts would have seen out of the windows. “It takes hours to get to see a little piece of usable footage, and sometimes the whole day goes by without anything to show for it,” the Oscar-winning director said.

In another exclusive still from the film, Gosling’s Armstrong sits with Buzz Aldrin (Corey Stoll) and Michael Collins (Lukas Haas) at a NASA press conference for the now-famous Apollo 11 mission that took them successfully to the moon. “Even though they were the three selected to be on this historic mission, there were 400,000 people who had made this possible,” Gosling said. “They were the final ones to execute it, but you get a sense from the astronauts that no one wanted to be the one that was the weak link.”