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Tom Cruise, SpaceX, NASA developing action film shot in space — Report

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Actor Tom Cruise, Elon Musk's SpaceX and NASA are in the early stages of developing a feature-length action adventure film set and shot in outer space, according to Deadline.

Making sure to clarify the film would not be a "Mission: Impossible" sequel, Deadline reports the project is not attached to a studio at this early stage.

Citing Cruise's affinity for pushing the envelope of action stunt work by a leading man, Deadline's brief report suggests if the actor pulls off first narrative Hollywood film shot in space he'd "be alone in the Hollywood record books." 

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  • Sam Antispam
    Science > Hollywood

    In space, no one can hear your crap one-liner action movie dialogue..
    Reply
  • osiversen
    "That's one small step for mankind, one giant leap for Scientology"
    Reply
  • Lovethrust
    Cruise might be a 🥜cultist but he usually makes darn good movies!
    Reply