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Tom Cruise will film the first major movie from space with Elon Musk’s help

Tom Cruise’s newest film will take him about 250 miles above cruising altitude — to the Worldwide Space Station.

The Space Shuttle Almanac tweeted Wednesday that Cruise and director Doug Liman (“The Bourne Identification”) are headed to the ISS in October 2021, due to Elon Musk.

Cruise, 58, Liman, 55, and probably a further actor will journey aboard Musk’s Axiom SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule to make the first major movie ever shot in space. It doesn’t but have a title.

In July, Deadline reported that Common made a manufacturing dedication of $200 million to the challenge after only a Zoom name with Cruise — and and not using a completed script. Liman is alleged to be writing it.

Cruise has develop into recognized for doing his personal more and more daring stunts in the “Mission: Unattainable” collection, equivalent to holding onto the outdoors of a airplane throughout takeoff, and piloting a helicopter throughout a mountainous chase scene.

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