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Highest chart position: 2
Weeks on box office: 1
James Gray's film is the latest in a line of movies to take a more cynical look at the great beyond.Mon, 23rd September 2019Ad Astra review – Brad Pitt on a thrilling Freudian space odyssey The Guardian
With echoes of Apocalypse Now and 2001, James Gray's spectacular epic dispatches Pitt on an interplanetary mission to find his missing father.Wed, 18th September 2019Ad Astra run time: How long is Brad Pitt latest movie Ad Astra? What is it about? Express
AD ASTRA is out in cinemas and fans are soaring to the cinema to see Brad Pitt in his latest movie - but how long is it?Sat, 21st September 2019Ad Astra: How Brad Pitt helped nail the space epic's ending CNET
To delve deep into Brad Pitt's soul, the new movie Ad Astra sends him hurtling to the very edge of the solar system. Pitt is winning acclaim for his performance as ...Sun, 22nd September 2019Box Office: ‘Downton Abbey,’ ‘Ad Astra’ and ‘Rambo’ Prove Power of Older Audiences Variety
Older audiences still care about going to the movies. That's the takeaway after Hollywood profited by providing cinephiles of drinking age with compelling ...Mon, 23rd September 2019
Starring Brad Pitt, the BBFC have given Ad Astra a 12A age rating in the UK.
Ad Astra is a space drama directed by James Gray where an astronaut must travel across a treacherous area of space to find his father who has been missing for 30 years.
The trailers for the film have been positively received and there has even been mention of an Oscar nomination for star Brad Pitt.
The BBFC have given the film a 12A age rating for infrequent strong language, moderate violence, threat, gory images and the film has a runtime of 122 minutes (2 hours 2 minutes) and a release date of 18th September 2019.BBFC link
The first trailer for Ad Astra is finally released after the Brad Pitt starring space movie gets caught up in the Disney buyout of 20th Century Fox.
The Sci-Fi thriller which also stars Liv Tyler was originally set for a January 2019 release and was then pushed to March 2019, but after a new trailer and poster the 18th September 2019 release looks solid.
At least the film does look good and director James Gray has got to grips with the source material, but with the film being the first release under Fox being owned by Disney it will be a test on the box office performance.
Check out the trailer below.