Activity star Tom Cruise is dealing with a film shot in space, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration said on Tuesday.
"NASA is eager to work with @TomCruise on a film on board the @Space_Station!," NASA chairman Jim Bridenstine composed on Twitter.
"We need famous media to rouse another age of architects and researchers to make @NASA's goal-oriented arrangements a reality," Bridenstine included.
He gave no subtleties however the tweet followed a report in Hollywood exchange outlet Deadline that Cruise was working with Tesla and SpaceX business visionary Elon Musk to make what might be the main element film to be shot in space.
The proposed activity experience is in its beginning times, Deadline covered Monday.
Delegates for Cruise didn't quickly restore a solicitation for input.
Strategic: star Tom Cruise, 57, is eminent for his adrenaline junkie films and for doing his own tricks. He flew contender planes for the up and coming Top Gun: Maverick, hung off the side of a plane as it took off in Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation in 2015 and climbed the Burj Khalifa high rise in Dubai - the tallest structure on the planet - for Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol.
Shooting on Mission: Impossible 7 was required to be postponed in February as the coronavirus pandemic took off in Italy. The ailment later prompted an overall shutdown of Hollywood film and TV creation and the conclusion of cinemas.