The trailer for Fly Me to the Moon has a couple of people in it

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Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum find themselves in each other’s orbit in the first trailer for Fly Me to the Moon.
Apple Original Films‘ romantic-comedy feature from director Greg Berlanti hits theaters July 14, with Sony handling distribution.
Jim Rash, Ray Romano and Woody Harrelson round out the cast for the film that takes place against the backdrop of the Apollo 11 moon launch in 1968.
Fly Me to the Moon focuses on Kelly Jones (Johansson), a marketing whiz tasked with improving NASA’s public image who ends up complicating the challenging task at hand for launch director Cole Davis (Tatum).
“If you fake this mission, every single thing that we have sacrificed will have been for nothing,” Tatum warns Johansson in the trailer.
Berlanti helmed the movie from a script by Rose Gilroy, with Bill Kirstein and Keenan Flynn credited for the story.
Producers are Johansson, Jonathan Lia, Keenan Flynn and Sarah Schechter, while Robert J. Dohrmann serves as executive producer.
Additionally, Tatum stepped in to star opposite Johansson after Chris Evans dropped out amid scheduling issues.


The first trailer for Fly Me to the Moon features Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum in a state of mutual orbit.

Greg Berlanti’s romantic comedy film, an Apple Original Film, opens in theaters on July 14 and is distributed by Sony. The film, which is set against the backdrop of the Apollo 11 moon launch in 1968, stars Woody Harrelson, Ray Romano, and Jim Rash.

Fly Me to the Moon centers on Kelly Jones (Johansson), a marketing pro entrusted with enhancing NASA’s public image, who ends up making launch director Cole Davis’s (Tatum) difficult job more difficult. She’s assigned to stage a fictitious moon landing as a backup plan in the event that the mission doesn’t work out, mainly to placate the White House.

As Johansson watches the trailer, Tatum threatens her, saying, “Everything that we have sacrificed will have been for nothing if you fake this mission.”.

Rose Gilroy’s screenplay, which was directed by Berlanti, was credited to Bill Kirstein and Keenan Flynn for the story. Johansson, Jonathan Lia, Keenan Flynn, and Sarah Schechter are the producers, and Robert J. The executive producer is Dohrmann.

The movie, formerly known as Project Artemis and with a budget of over $100 million, was directed by Berlanti after Jason Bateman left over creative differences, according to a 2022 report from The Hollywood Reporter. Additionally, Tatum replaced Chris Evans, who left the film due to scheduling conflicts, to star opposite Johansson.

Among Johansson’s most recent credits are the Wes Anderson film Asteroid City from last year, and she is providing the voice of a character in the upcoming Transformers One animated film from Paramount. The actress is well-known for her portrayal of Marvel’s Black Widow, which she most recently performed in Disney’s 2021 feature of the same name. Her drama North Star made its world premiere at the 2023 Toronto International Film Festival.

After making appearances in the 2022 films Dog and The Lost City, Tatum showcased his intricate footwork in Magic Mike’s Last Dance last year. In addition, he features in the upcoming summer release of Blink Twice, a thriller directed by Zoë Kravitz.

Riverdale, The Flash, Arrow, and other small-screen television series have been produced by prolific television producer Greg Berlanti. Love, Simon (2018) was the director’s most recent feature film.

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