Things We Saw Today: Ryan Gosling Reunites with La La Land Director Damien Chazelle for Neil Armstrong Biopic

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It’s official: Ryan Gosling has a new job. He has signed on to star in the Neil Armstrong biopic, First Man, which will be directed by La La Land’s Damien Chazelle. The film will center on the acclaimed astronaut’s tenure in NASA from 1961 to 1969 and became the first man to walk on the moon during that time frame. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the film will “explore the sacrifices and the cost—on Armstrong and on the nation—of one of the most dangerous missions in history.” Hopefully it will include some hidden figures like Katherine G. Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson, who helped send John Glenn into space. (via Collider)

  • Ahead of Grimm’s six and final season, a new clip surfaced showing a very confused Nick and Renard wondering what just happened in the former’s loft. That’s because there’s a dead Bonaparte lying on the floor with no explanation. Any ideas? (via SyFy Wire)
  • This awesome Poké Ball Cupcake Pan will make you want to eat ’em all. It makes about four cupcakes each and the seller would like to remind you that they’re for “eating, not throwing.” (via Geek Alerts)
  • American Girl’s 2017 Girl of the Year is Gabriela McBride. She’s a poet and dancer who uses the arts as a way to overcome her stutter. The special Gabriela collection featuring accessories and books on her background will be available on January 1. (via Cosmopolitan)
  • Season Three might be the end of the line for Girl Meets World. According to Boy Meets World alum Rider Strong, who has both guest starred and directed several episodes, the show has “ended.” (via Screen Crush)

That’s it on our end. What did you all see?

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