Tom Cruise Collaborating With Elon Musk’s SpaceX To Shoot Movie In Space

Katie Ramirez
January 20, 2021

The movie is not expected to be a new entry in the Mission: Impossible franchise and with so few details it was easy to dismiss the idea as pure rumor.

Cruise has become notorious in Hollywood for his meticulous nature of doing nearly exclusively his own stunts, rivaling Jackie Chan (The Foreigner) for the heights and extremes he will go to deliver pulse-pounding set pieces throughout his various blockbuster films. He's probably done all the stunts conceivable on earth.

At this point, Cameron's not involved in this film (he's busy making his own space movies, four Avatar sequels, albeit without going into the actual upper atmosphere).

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You have seen Tom Cruise doing all kinds of stunts in his films but this is quite something. It's confirmed that this will not be another installment of the Mission series, according to Chris McQuarrie, the director, and MI:7's shooting's been pushed back.

Bridenstine's statement is the first official confirmation of the project, and NASA has yet to release any additional information. Or is Tom Cruise going beyond the stratosphere and into orbit, to break the surly bonds of gravity, and punch the face of god? Still in the early, early, early stages of development, Cruise is reportedly collaborating with both Elon Musk's SpaceX and NASA to produce an action/adventure feature film.

The proposed action-adventure is in its early stages, Deadline reported on Monday. In the meantime, the next two Mission: Impossible movies were recently delayed due to the coronvirus pandemic; they're now due in theaters on November 19, 2021 and August 5, 2022.

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