Tom Cruise, NASA Team Up to Shoot Movie in Space

Tom Cruise, NASA Team Up to Shoot Movie in Space

Praised by directors for doing action scenes without a stuntman, Tom Cruise wants to raise the bar on his adventures: the actor is talking to NASA to shoot a film at the American Space Agency.

Yes, in space. If the plans go well, this will be the first fictional film in history to be made off the planet. The direction of Nasa, who would say, is excited about the idea. US government space agency director Jim Bridenstine wrote about the project on Twitter.

“NASA is happy to work with Tom Cruise on a film at the Space Agency. We need popular media to inspire new generations of engineers and scientists, who will turn NASA’s ambitious plans into reality. ”

At 57, Cruise continues to look for news. Even approaching 60 years of age, the actor ventures into absurd scenes. In one, he hung out of an airplane, in another he climbed the skyscraper Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the tallest building in the world.

The coronavirus crisis, which had already stopped filming in February, Mission: Impossible 7 and 8 – shot at the same time as part of a single story – at the end of April it had its official development: both were postponed. The seventh part was scheduled to open on July 21, 2021 and was rescheduled for November 19 of the same year. The eighth part should hit theaters on November 4, 2022.