Tom Cruise plans to go into space. According to reports, the “Mission Impossible: Impossible” star has collaborated with NASA and Elon Musk’s space company SpaceX to produce an action-adventure movie that will be filmed from this world The first scripted movie. Before you get too excited, no, this is not “Mission: Impossible”. In fact, so far, no studio has been linked to Cruise’s space movies.

The deadline aroused Cruise’s voice in early discussions with NASA and SpaceX, and plans to film it in one of the latter’s spacecraft. As a private company, SpaceX had made many firsts at the time, including the development of reusable spacecraft. This helped SpaceX reduce costs, otherwise it would become the most pressing issue of space flight. Nevertheless, Cruise’s desire to shoot in space will still make it one of the most expensive movies of all time.

This is not the first time Cruise has conducted these conversations. About twenty years ago, Cruise was discussing with the director James Cameron who is famous for “Avatar.” TitanicAnd Terminator 2: Judgment Day.Cameron revealed in an interview with Empire magazine in 2018: “I’m actually [Cruise] About 15 years ago, he was shooting space movies in space.

“In 2000, I signed a contract with a Russian to go to the International Space Station and shoot a high-end 3D documentary there. I thought, “Man, we should make a feature. I said: “Tom, you and me, the Soyuz has two seats, but someone must train us to be engineers. “Tom said: “No problem, I will be trained as an engineer. “We have some ideas for this story, but it’s still conceptual.”

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Unfortunately, that was never achieved, but Cruise clearly did not give up the idea.

Cruise has previously told about the short documentary “Space Station 3D”, this is the first IMAX 3D work in space, this is one of several documentaries filmed in space.

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