Tom Cruise might shoot a movie in space

The American space agency's director Jim Bridenstine confirmed the news on Twitter, saying he was excited that the move would "inspire a new generation of engineers and scientists" to work on space travel.

That's fortunate, as up to this point, Space X has launched only unmanned missions of its Dragon 2 craft, which is created to transport astronauts to the International Space Station.

Tom Cruise is making an action-adventure sci-fi movie and he's apparently hooking up with Elon Musk's SpaceX to shoot the film in space.

Deadline are reporting that he is working on the special project with NASA and none other than Mr Space X himself, Elon Musk.

"Should be a lot of fun!"

The project will serve as the first-ever movie shot in space, but with such a monumental undertaking, it didn't take all that much to get the film green-lit.

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Russian Federation is now the only country able to send people to the ISS, however SpaceX and Boeing have been working for years to make the United States capable of the feat. SpaceX's vehicle, Crew Dragon, is expected to complete its first crewed mission to the ISS later this month. Since then, the United States has been paying Russian Federation to carry astronauts to the space station, while private companies such as SpaceX have been developing space travel and related technologies.

The report also said Cruise, is also working with Elon Musk's SpaceX, which will transport two U.S. astronauts to the International Space Station for Nasa later this month.

Only Russia, followed by the United States, then China, have launched humans into orbit since 1961.

Tom Cruise will film his next Hollywood blockbuster on location - 250 miles up in the air and orbiting the Earth once every 90 minutes.

The project is not thought to be one of Cruise's Mission: Impossible films which sees him performing his own stunts which are not often without injury. Whether it's hanging out of a plane or climbing the world's largest tour without a harness, Cruise and company have pushed their creative stunts to their limit with the Mission Impossible franchise, while also flying military planes in the upcoming Top Gun: Maverick. The disease later led to a worldwide shutdown of Hollywood movie and TV production and the closure of movie theatres.

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