Tom Cruise’s wish is now fulfilled! Yes, You Heard it Right!
NASA has given its nod to do a film in the outer space for Tom Cruise. The news was confirmed by the head of the organization on Tuesday. Sources from the space firm said that Tom will go into space and be in the space station which is a multibillion-dollar lab that works 250 miles up from the earth.
Some of the astronauts have stayed up since 2000 and few a-list tourists have also visited it in the past. It was heard that pop icon Lance Bass from NSYNC band had wished to visit it in 2000 but sadly it didn’t work out.
Besides, some of the movies have also been filmed in the space station especially the 2002 IMAX doc that Tom had told. “Apogee of Fear” a science fiction movie was also shot by businessman and space tour person Richard Garriott.
But Tom cruise will be the first star to get into the extraterrestrial journey.
Speaking on this NASA admin Jim Bridenstine shared in his twitter Tuesday: “We need popular media to inspire a new generation of engineers and scientists to make @NASA’s ambitious plan a reality.”
Another source added on Tuesday that the movie will be “the first narrative feature film — an action-adventure — to be shot in outer space.”
But it still remains unclear on when Tom cruise will go into the space station and who else will go along with him.
The sole nation that has the facility to send humans into space station is Russia and after them, it’s SpaceX and Boeing who have associated together and trying for decades to create a spacecraft that has the ability to produce to the United States.