Hollywood A-Listers Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum Shine in ‘Fly Me to the Moon’ Trailer

Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum sizzle on-screen in the much-anticipated trailer for “Fly Me to the Moon,” a romantic comedy from Apple Original Films directed by the talented Greg Berlanti. Set to hit theaters on July 14th with Sony spearheading distribution, this film promises to be a delightful escape into the past, against the backdrop of the historic Apollo 11 moon launch in 1968.

Johansson shines as Kelly Jones, a savvy marketing expert tasked with enhancing NASA’s public image. However, her involvement soon throws a curveball at launch director Cole Davis, played by the charismatic Tatum, as she becomes embroiled in a scheme to stage a fake moon landing as a contingency plan. The tension between them is palpable, especially as Tatum’s character warns Johansson’s of the gravity of their actions.

With a stellar supporting cast including Jim Rash, Ray Romano, and Woody Harrelson, “Fly Me to the Moon” promises laughter, romance, and perhaps even a touch of intrigue. Berlanti’s direction, coupled with a script by Rose Gilroy, ensures that this film will be a must-watch event.

Behind the scenes, the production boasts an impressive lineup of producers, including Johansson herself, along with Jonathan Lia, Keenan Flynn, and Sarah Schechter. Executive producer Robert J. Dohrmann adds his touch of expertise to the mix.

Originally titled “Project Artemis,” this film underwent significant transformations, landing Berlanti as director after Jason Bateman’s departure. Furthermore, Tatum’s involvement came after Chris Evans had to step aside due to scheduling conflicts, adding to the anticipation surrounding the project.

Cole Davis (Channing Tatum) and Henry Smalls (Ray Romano) in FLY ME TO THE MOON.

Johansson and Tatum bring their A-game to this film, following their recent successes in other projects. Johansson’s credits include notable roles in Wes Anderson’s “Asteroid City” and the voice work in Paramount’s upcoming animated feature, “Transformers One.” Meanwhile, Tatum wowed audiences with his performances in “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” and is gearing up for an exciting role in Zoë Kravitz’s “Blink Twice.”

As for Berlanti, known for his prowess in television production with hits like “Arrow” and “The Flash,” “Fly Me to the Moon” marks another milestone in his directorial career following the success of “Love, Simon.”

With its stellar cast, captivating storyline, and talented crew, “Fly Me to the Moon” promises to be an unforgettable cinematic experience, taking audiences on a nostalgic journey to the heart of the 1960s space race, all wrapped up in a charming romantic comedy package. Get ready to be swept off your feet come July 14th!