Looking back at all the insane things Tom Cruise and Elon Musk have done, this will not come as a surprise, although I'm not sure how Tom's going to do his legendary run in zero gravity. He's jumped out of planes.
"NASA is excited to work with Tom Cruise on a film aboard the SpaceStation!", NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine wrote on Twitter.More news: Egypt: A Mine of Ancient Treasures and History
There are no details of the film, but Deadline - which first reported the story - said it would not be a new installment of Mission: Impossible.More news: Google Play Store Introduces New Icons That Show Trending Apps
Tom Cruise's career has taken him all around the world - and now it's taking him outside of it. And now, he's prepared to take that belief to the limit because apparently he's working on an action movie that will not only be set in space. "I had a contract with the Russians in 2000 to go to the International Space Station and shoot a high-end 3D documentary there".
Star of the Mission: Impossible and Top Gun films along with a host of other action-packed titles, Cruise is renowned for his daredevil movies and for doing his own stunts. Still, Tom Cruise in outer space doing space stuff sounds too good to be true for action fans.More news: Emirates suspends flights to South Africa
Additionally, it's been reaffirmed that the new film will not be one of the two upcoming Mission: Impossible sequels, which are both now on an indefinite production hiatus due to ongoing coronavirus pandemic.