Elon Musk's SpaceX And Tom Cruise Could Shoot Movie In Space

Elon Musk's SpaceX And Tom Cruise Could Shoot Movie In Space

News of the picture broke in May, as NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstein confirmed the extraterrestrial enterprise in a subsequent tweet.

He could soon be going one further, leaving Earth altogether to board the International Space Station to film what would be the first narrative feature in space.

Tom Cruise is hoping to blast into the Hollywood record books by shooting the first action movie in space. "But this is real, albeit in the early stages of liftoff".

When Elon Musk isn't talking about building electric cars, going into space and to other planets, or just having an apparent meltdown on Twitter, he's apparently working towards appearing in movies.

"Should be a lot of fun!" At the time, SpaceX said it could transport an astronaut to the Space Station for $20 million compared to $70 million for a trip on Russia's Soyuz spacecraft, The Guardian reported.

Rotating crews of astronauts have lived aboard the ISS continuously since 2000, and a few high-paying tourists have stopped by the station over the years.

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Tom Cruise doesn't shy away from doing his own stunts.

The International Space Station was built as a partnership among dozens of countries, but the United States and Russian Federation are its primary operators.

Only Russia, followed by the United States, then China, have launched humans into orbit since 1961.

Filming on "Mission: Impossible 7" was put on hold in February as the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus epidemic took off in Italy.

There were no mishaps in other recent Mission Impossible installments, when he did stunts while hanging the 123rd floor of the Burj Kalifa skyscraper in Dubai and while clinging to the exterior door of a cargo plane during take-off.

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