That's because Hollywood megastar Tom Cruise and Elon Musk's SpaceX are working on an out-of-this-world project with NASA to shoot a movie on the International Space Station, a multibillion-dollar laboratory that orbits about 250 miles above Earth. And I don't think my fears are baseless.
Although Cruise, NASA, and SpaceX are reportedly partnering on the film, "no studio is in the mix at this stage", according to Deadline.
SpaceX is slated to launch astronauts to space from USA soil for the first time in almost a decade later this month aboard the Crew Dragon, which will dock with the ISS.
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"Gonna be one of those three guys".
Cruise's stunts might look extremely reckless and spontaneous.
What is the role of Elon Musk's SpaceX in the film project?
Musk found the company, which now has three vehicles, in 2002. Moreover, it would make complete sense given Cruise's movie setlist of the hair-raising Mission: Impossible series.
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Up next for the 3x Academy Award-nominee and 3x Golden Globe-winning megastar is the long-awaited Top Gun: Maverick, which was recently pushed to December 23, 2020, and he's expected to resume filming the highly anticipated Mission: Impossible 7 and Mission: Impossible 8 sometime this summer, depending on the status of the coronavirus pandemic.
Interestingly enough, this isn't the first time Cruise has considered shooting well beyond the stratosphere for a production.
If you thought the film "Top Gun" had some serious altitude, you better now set your sights even higher. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Paramount has moved "High Gun: Maverick" off its July 12 launch date to December 23, 2020.
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