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Steve Carell stars in the first official trailer for Netflix’s new series Space Force

By Max / Published on Wednesday, 20 May 2020 03:04 AM / No Comments / 51 views

Steve Carell shoots for the stars in the first official trailer for Netflix’s new series Space Force

Steve Carell and The Office creator Greg Daniels are teaming up on something out of this world.

The first official trailer for their new Netflix series Space Force emerged Tuesday, promising a kooky twist on the workplace comedy.

In the clip, Carell’s character General Mark R. Naird finds himself flabbergasted after being tasked to head up the new military branch of Space Force.

Space case: Steve Carell and creator of The Office Greg Daniels are teaming up once again for Netflix's new series Space Force

Space case: Steve Carell and creator of The Office Greg Daniels are teaming up once again for Netflix’s new series Space Force

Though reluctant at first, eloquently telling a congressional committee ‘Space is hard’, the General soon takes pride in his project.

But things aren’t easy, as he butts heads with lead scientist Dr. Adrian Mallory, played by John Malkovich.

And he learns that things are more about appearances than it seems while meeting with Air Force Secretary F. Tony Scarapiducci (played by Ben Schwartz.) 

Into the unknown: In the clip, Carell's character General Mark R. Naird finds himself flabbergasted after being tasked to head up the new military branch of Space Force

Into the unknown: In the clip, Carell’s character General Mark R. Naird finds himself flabbergasted after being tasked to head up the new military branch of Space Force

Building something: Though reluctant at first, eloquently telling a congressional committee 'Space is hard', the General soon takes pride in his project

Building something: Though reluctant at first, eloquently telling a congressional committee ‘Space is hard’, the General soon takes pride in his project

Not seeing eye-to-eye: Things aren't easy, as he butts heads with lead scientist Dr. Adrian Mallory, played by John Malkovich

Not seeing eye-to-eye: Things aren’t easy, as he butts heads with lead scientist Dr. Adrian Mallory, played by John Malkovich

Surface level: He learns that things are more about appearances than it seems while meeting with Air Force Secretary F. Tony Scarapiducci (played by Ben Schwartz) who tells him only to consider attractive recruits

Surface level: He learns that things are more about appearances than it seems while meeting with Air Force Secretary F. Tony Scarapiducci (played by Ben Schwartz) who tells him only to consider attractive recruits

‘We’re looking for American heroes,’ he tells Naird about Space Force recruits. ‘Let me be more clear – we’re looking for people who look like heroes. No uggos.’

Despite the hiccups Space Force treks on, training their hardest in hopes of making a trip to the moon.

‘This mission will be our greatest moment,’ Carell tells a crowd. ‘There will be setbacks, but if you fall on your face you get back up.’

Moon bound: Despite the hiccups Space Force treks on, training their hardest in hopes of making a trip to the moon

Moon bound: Despite the hiccups Space Force treks on, training their hardest in hopes of making a trip to the moon 

Funny faces: The cast is packed with talent, also featuring Lisa Kudrow, Jane Lynch (above) Roy Wood Jr., Diana Silvers, Tawny Newsome, Jimmy O. Yang, Alex Sparrow, Don Lake, Noah Emmerich, and Jessica St. Clair

Funny faces: The cast is packed with talent, also featuring Lisa Kudrow, Jane Lynch (above) Roy Wood Jr., Diana Silvers, Tawny Newsome, Jimmy O. Yang, Alex Sparrow, Don Lake, Noah Emmerich, and Jessica St. Clair

The cast is packed with talent, also featuring Lisa Kudrow, Jane Lynch, Roy Wood Jr., Diana Silvers, Tawny Newsome, Jimmy O. Yang, Alex Sparrow, Don Lake, Noah Emmerich, and Jessica St. Clair.

The series was also Fred Willard’s final role before his death.

Space Force starts streaming on Netflix on Friday, May 29th.

Shoot for the stars: Space Force starts streaming on Netflix on Friday, May 29th

Shoot for the stars: Space Force starts streaming on Netflix on Friday, May 29th

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