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Ryan Gosling Arrival at Excelsior Hotel in Venice Lido August 29, 2018

Ryan Gosling Arrival at Excelsior Hotel in Venice Lido on August 29, 2018 to get prepared for his first experience at the 75th Venice Film Festival. Ryan was there to attend the ‘First Man’ World Premiere

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Ryan Gosling heading to 75th Venice Film Festival August 29, 2018

Here he is … Ryan Gosling’s 1st time @ Venice Film Festival. On August 29 very early in the morning  he landed with a private jet in Venice Marco Polo Airport with his usual back pack on the shoulders, wearing the blue vintage Lacoste vest.

Ryan Gosling is a good looking guy. He is a hot dad! A strong man with a built body and rugged facial hair. Sometimes, you can even see a vein running from his forearm to his bicep. He’s still, after all, a heartbreaker. And his style has always been simple, typically jeans and a weathered white T-shirt. Today, the actor arrived at the Venice Film Festival and added a wildcard to go with his white tee, gray jeans, and worn-in lace-up boots: He sported a bright blue V-neck sweater vest by Lacoste. On his chest hung a glinting tiny gold plague who belonged to his beloved dog George.


First Man TRAILER 2 has been Released

First Man Trailer 2 has been released by Universal Picture

New First Man Official Movie Poster

Universal Pictures released a new Official First Man Movie poster !

New First Man Promo Video for Brazilian Cinema Media @AdoroCinema

New FirstMan spot of Ryan Gosling inviting @adorocinema lovers to watch the movie 

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. 

Official Toronto Film Festival First Man Schedule

We have the Official schedule of Toronto Film Festival First Man screenings

Link here TIFF

Here’s the link to watch live the press conference of the movie on Sept. 11

First Man has a lot of scheduled screenings @ TIFF 2018. We stil don’t have an official confirmation but Red Carpet of the Movie with the delegation of the film is probably scheduled on Sept. 9 @ 6 pm Roy Thompson Hall. Stay tuned for more infos!  Tickets to watch the movie will be on sale from Sept. 3 on tiff Website.

Update: Save the Date #Tiff18
First Man Canadian Premiere is scheduled on September 10 @ 6 pm Toronto Time – Roy Thompson Hall Theatre. Ryan’s presence is confirmed of course. He would never skip Toronto.
To buy tickets to watch First Man @ Tiff18 tickets visit this page and check the availability
Red Carpet live streaming will be available on Tiff Facebook page. Stay Tuned for all news about Ryan in Toronto.

First Man on Competition at San Sebastián Film Festival – Spain

First Man by Damien Chazelle is included in San Sebastián (Spain) Film Festival line-Up to compete for the City of Donostia / San Sebastian Audience Award.

First Man Official Screenplay To be pre-ordered on

 First Man screenplay is now up for pre-order. Here’s the link

‘First Man: The Annoteted Screenplay’ by Josh Singer (Author), James R. Hansen (Author). He title will be released on October the 9th and costs 39$.

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 explores the sacrifices and the cost–on Armstrong and on the nation–of one of the most dangerous missions in history.

First Man: The Annotated Screenplay is the official companion to the movie, and features a wealth of stunning photography, alongside the full shooting script.

Academy Award®-winning screenwriter Josh Singer (Spotlight) and James R. Hansen, whose book First Man is the only authorized biography of Armstrong, provide an in-depth commentary on the challenges of dramatizing a fact-based historical motion picture. Exclusive annotations separate those facts from the dramatic fictions the filmmakers utilized, as well as explain the overarching dramatic choices made in telling the story of the man behind the icon.

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.”

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