Claire Foy and Ryan Gosling may be our new favourite leading couple as they fronted up to the premiere of their latest film today.
Heading to the 66th San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain on Monday afternoon to introduce us all to their latest film, First Man, the two are giving us a big mood.
Wearing a burgundy leather dress, the 34-year-old star of The Crown sidled up to 37-year-old Ryan, who plays first man on the moon Neil Armstrong (see, not just a catching title), who was a geometric wonder in a blue suit and sweater vest
That was before Claire slipped into an emerald green, velvet gown, and Ryan into a brown suit for the evenings showing.
So kitschy, the both of them – are they channeling 1969 or what?
The two looked pretty chuffed with their new offering, which is already the centre of Oscars 2019 rumours before its even hit cinemas.
Foy plays Neils wife in the movie, with his own son, Mark, telling Mail on Sunday the actress went to great lengths to make sure she portrayed his mother properly.
(Foy) wanted to know the minutiae. Mum called me Marco and my brother Ricky. She wanted to know the balance and strength of my mother. What she was really like? he said.
When I saw her on screen, I was overwhelmed with emotion.
Mum only passed away recently so, to see her up there, alive and so real… it was incredible.
Claire captured Mums essence. She communicates so many feelings without words. I got very emotional.
However, the movie has already attracted criticism, after Neil Armstrongs children and director Damien Chazelle were forced to defend the absence of the US flag-planting scene in the movie based on the moon landing in 1969.
The missing moment is said to be unpatriotic by many critics, but Rick Armstrong and Mark Armstrong released a statement jointly with First Man author James R. Hansen on Friday stating that the biographical drama film is far from anti-American.
We do not feel this movie is anti-American in the slightest, they said. Quite the opposite. But dont take our word for it. Wed encourage everyone to go see this remarkable film and see for themselves.
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The trio went on to say that the film decided to focus on the astronauts journey after the filmmakers completed extensive research to get at the man behind the myth, to get at the story behind the story.
They also pointed out that Neil was also a father and family man as much as the first man to land on the moon – and wanted the film to reflect that with a unique insight into the Armstrong family.
First Man is in cinemas 12 October.
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