'Moonshot' trailer, plot and how to watch the adorable intergalactic love story

Watch the 'Moonshot' trailer and try to convince us you're not anxious to head to space. We'll wait

COLE SPROUSE as Walt and LANA CONDOR as Sophie in New Line Cinema and HBO Max’s romantic comedy “MOONSHOT.” Trailer, plot, cast
(Image credit: Warner Bros. Pictures)

To All The Boys I've Loved...from Space? The Moonshot trailer provides a glimpse at Lana Condor's adorable new interstellar romance, which is sure to skyrocket to the top of your TV queue. Houston, we're ready for liftoff!

The Netflix darling, who starred in Jenny Han's YA bestseller-turned-small screen hit, To All the Boys I've Loved Before, is stepping over to a new streaming platform for a rom-com with a splash of sci-fi elements. We wholeheartedly approve. 

Grab your spacesuit and allow us to fill you in on this romantic journey into the solar system. Long-distance relationship tips are much appreciated when you're following the love of your life to Mars, no?

Watch the 'Moonshot' trailer:

Candor stars opposite Cole Sprouse, who is not her love interest...at least at first. (We'll see how long that get-together takes.) Though seemingly predictable, the story is the sweet feel-good film we've been waiting for. And let's be honest, we could use some time away from Earth right about now...

What is the 'Moonshot' movie about?

The movie takes a step into the future—so much so that Mars has been colonized, and Sophie's (Condor) too-good-to-be-true beau, Calvin (Mason Gooding) finds himself landing a job on the red planet. Since he checks all of her boxes, the overachieving college student follows suit and makes her way to space for the Martian program. 

There's just one small problem: Walt (Sprouse). The barista she befriends—and dishes out all of her relationship woes in front of—isn't too keen on letting her head to space...so he joins her! (Is anyone else sensing a friends-to-lovers plot here?) 

Their banter and comfort with one another is just the feel-good vibe we were hoping for. Honestly, Calvin who? (That's not fair, I'm not giving him a chance—noted.) 

While Sophie attempts to keep Walt hidden throughout her stay, it seems very clear that she's traveled across the universe—literally—for the wrong fella. Will the two find love in space? Here's hoping!

Who is in the 'Moonshot' cast?

Here are some of the familiar faces you can expect to see in Moonshot:

  • Cole Sprouse
  • Lana Condor
  • Mason Gooding
  • Emily Rudd
  • Zach Braff
  • Lukas Gage
  • Michelle Buteau
  • Christine Adams

How to watch 'Moonshot'

The perfect way to welcome spring is with a few rom-coms, and Moonshot delivers. 

Catch the celestial love story on HBO Max beginning March 31. Subscription options are below: the standard offering is $9.99 per month and an ad-free experience is $14.99 per month.

"From what I know, usually space is reserved for the Matt Damons and the Matthew McConaugheys of the world," Condor reveals to People. "It's not typically available to the young-adult genre. So I was super excited off the bat because it was just a unique project that I don't really see often."

Color us excited, too. 

And let's not forget about the To All the Boys spinoff, XO, Kitty. Throughout the original series, Kitty has been living in Lara's shadow as the younger sister who knows everything there is to know about affairs of the heart. Now, the teen matchmaker is going to put her money where her mouth is. 

If you need us, we'll just be soaking up all of this YA goodness headed our way.

Danielle Valente
Digital News Writer

Need a TV show recommendation? Maybe a few decor tips? Danielle, a digital news writer at Future, has you covered. Her work appears throughout the company’s lifestyle brands, including My Imperfect Life, Real Homes, and woman&home. Mainly, her time is spent at My Imperfect Life, where she’s attuned to the latest entertainment trends and dating advice for Gen Z.

Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids, where she got to experience the best of the city from the point of view of its littlest residents. Before that, she was a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, and amNewYork, to name a few. 

When Danielle’s not writing, you can find her testing out a new recipe, reading a book (suggestions always welcome), or rearranging the furniture in her apartment…again.