NASA Administrator on Tuesday confirmed that his company will be partnering with Tom Cruise to do the first space movie in history.
In his long career, Tom Cruise has become one of Hollywood’s most impressive action stars and the first to work with NASA on a movie.
Popularly known for his own stunts, Cruise has made his mark as the star of Six Mission: Impossible films, where he regularly performs high-speed motorcycle chases, full-length underwater scenes and death-defying achievements like 2015’s Rogue Nation. When it leaves the side of the moving plane.
But as his stunts have expanded over the years, some have wondered if he has a place to be himself. It seems that he may not even be limited by gravity.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine on Tuesday confirmed that his company will be partnering with Tom Cruise to do the first space movie in film history!
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While details are still unclear, Bridenstine says the film will be filmed at the International Space Station. Deadline also reports that SpaceX, a galaxy owned by Tesla-founder Elon Musk, will be fun, although the extent of their participation is still unclear.
In February, SpaceX announced plans to bring four private citizens around the Earth in late 2021 or early 2022.
Passengers will board the newly designed SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft, which is scheduled to send NASA’s first astronauts to the International Space Station later this month.
When asked about the Tom Cruise movie, NASA was relaxing on Tuesday and will not release anything, “We will tell you about this project in a timely manner. Anything else is premature. ”Later that day, Elon Musk himself tweeted at Bridenstine,” Have fun! “