Producer Charlotte Huggins (Journey to the Center of the Earth) spoke to SCI FI Wire about her other film coming to U.S. theaters this summer: Fly Me to the Moon, a 3-D animated family/SF film about bugs that stow away on the first moon mission. “Fly Me to the Moon is great. It’s the first animated feature made for 3-D and released only in 3-D. It’s a great little G-rated movie, pure G, as G as any movie you’ll ever see. Great cast, with Tim Curry and Nicolette Sheridan and Christopher Lloyd and Kelly Ripa [as well as Adrienne Barbeau, Robert Patrick and Ed Begley Jr.].” The movie also features the voice of real-life astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon. “Three little flies go to the moon with [Neil] Armstrong, [Michael] Collins and Aldrin, and they help get the Apollo 11 spaceship back [home safely. It’s fun and has got a lot of good music.” Ramin Djawadi (Iron Man) wrote the score for the film, named after the beloved 1954 song. Fly Me to the Moon opens August 8.