The actor took his star energy to the skies as he chatted with an actual astronaut who was beamed stay from the International Space Station on Monday.
And it’s a wonderful dialog to behold.
As Brad spoke with Nick Hague, who was simply floating up in area for our personal pleasure this week, we’re unsure who was extra starstruck as Brad took to the mic with some essential questions.
He may play a convincing astronaut to moviegoers, nonetheless he had a burning query for the actual starman.
These are the questions, folks.
George starred alongside Sandra Bullock in 2013’s Gravity, however to Hague he answered Brad was the better astronaut, ‘absolutely’.
Brad was the quizzical kind, as he wore his well-known flat cap and spoke into area.
The Oscar-winner requested a number of questions that centered round how astronauts maintain their physique clocks constant, the make-up of residing quarters on the International Space Station, the psychological features of being remoted from humanity in outer area, and what repercussions the physique experiences from being in a zero-G atmosphere for an prolonged time frame..
But he additionally needed to know if he was a convincing starman.
‘How’d we do?’ Brad requested from Washington. ‘How was our zero-G?’
Hague, who’s six months into his mission, was extra than impressed, as he replied: ‘I bought to inform you, it was actually good..
‘The depictions, the settings all as you can tell look very similar to the type of setting I’ve bought round me. I bought to think about it was a lot simpler for me to form of benefit from the zero-G than it was you.’
He then flipped for Brad, and it was superior.
The pair spoke for practically 20 minutes, as Brad mentioned earlier than the road was reduce: ‘I can’t wait to brag to my youngsters.’
Ad Astra is in UK cinemas Friday.
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