Tom Cruise Will Actually Go to Outer Space For New Action Movie

Cast member Tom Cruise attends a news conference promoting his upcoming film

Cast member Tom Cruise attends a news conference promoting his upcoming film

Deadline says that the pair are working on a project with NASA that would be the first narrative feature film not to be made on planet Earth.

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Leave it to Tom Cruise to bring a long-running internet joke to life in the most dramatic fashion.

The outer space film project is the latest daredevil display from Cruise, who has sustained injuries while doing his own stunts on the making of the "Mission: Impossible" films.

Cruise scaled the Burj Khalifa in Dubai for a sequence in 2011's "Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol", while for it's 2015 follow-up, "Rogue Nation", the actor had hung off the side of an airplane mid-flight.

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Tom Cruise will team up with Elon Musk's Space X programme to shoot a movie in space, acccording to reports.

According to the Deadline report, the project is now in its early stages of planning and no studio has been brought in yet to finance the project yet. But this is real, albeit in the early stages of liftoff. Still, Cruise's desire to film in space will make this one of the most expensive movies of all time.

Elsewhere in the world of "Mission: Impossible", things are now at a standstill, as the seventh film in the franchise paused production back in February in Venice, Italy, due to the industry's ongoing production hiatuses.

Cruise now awaits the release of "Top Gun: Maverick", the sequel to his 1986 hit "Top Gun".

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