He is famous for taking risks as a star in Mission: Impossible movies.
And now Tom Cruise has been confirmed to be perhaps his most daring mission.
According to the Hollywood star, the 58-year-old will board the SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule on a trip to the International Space Station scheduled for October 2021. Space Shuttle Yearbook..
Mission Impossible: Tom Cruise plans to make a movie on the International Space Station in October 2021 for Hollywood stars to win SpaceX Dragon Crew’s first tourist seat.
As originally reported by NME.com On Tuesday, Space Shuttle Armanac tweeted a graph of upcoming planned launches to the ISS with a crew manifest.
Riding the first sightseeing trip, the schedule note is Cruise and Director Doug Liman, 55.
It’s official! Cruise and Director Dougliman listed for launch in October 2021
With NASA and Space Shuttle veteran Michael Lopez Alegria as travel pilots, the new four-seater crew dragon has one unfulfilled tourist destination.
Earlier this year, it was announced that Cruz and Reman worked with SpaceX founders Elon Mask and NASA to make a film on the ISS.
Back in May, NASA admin Jim Bridenstin Tweeted: “NASA is excited to work with @TomCruise on the movie on the @Space_Station!”
He explained: “We need popular media to inspire a new generation of engineers and scientists to realize @ NASA’s ambitious plans.”
Official: Friday’s Space Shuttle Armanac tweeted a graph of the next launch of the ISS, which includes a cruise and crew manifesto and director Dougliman.
Under command: NASA and Space Shuttle veteran Michael Lopez-Alegria are pilots and a new four-seater crew dragon with one unfilled tourist destination.
“Excited”: Back in May, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstin confirmed rumors about the cruise project in this tweet.
Little is known about space photography plans, except that Liman is believed to have drafted the project’s script.
Cruise Mission: Impossible collaborator Christopher McAlly is also reported to be involved in the film.
Cruz and Liman collaborated on an American-made movie released in 2017 and the Edge of Tomorrow in 2014.
Cruz never went away from the bold challenges of his film, and is known for his detailed preparations and bold stunts.
In 2016, the actor broke his ankle while jumping from rooftop to rooftop in London’s location set “Mission: Impossible-Fallout.”
Also, when the jet took off in the 2015 mission: Impossible-Rogue Nation and climbed the Dubai skyscraper Briharifa in the 2011 mission: Impossible-Ghost Protocol, he was hanging beside the plane. It is famous.
Co-Editor: Little is known about Cruz’s plans to shoot in space, except that Liman is believed to have drafted the script for the project. The two were filmed in New York in 2014
Friends: 58-year-old Cruz and 55-year-old Liman collaborate on an American-made movie (pictured) released in 2017 and Edge of Tomorrow in 2014 to share their passion for airplanes.
Daredevil: Cruz never went away from the bold challenges of his film, and is known for his detailed preparations and bold stunts.
do not be afraid. In 2016, the actor broke his ankle while performing a roof-to-rooftop jump in London’s location set “Mission: Impossible-Fallout.”
The groundbreaking public-private partnership between NASA and Elon Musk’s SpaceX made a huge leap when the Falcon 9 rocket-mounted Crew Dragon spacecraft was launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 30. It was.
NASA astronauts Douglas Harley and Robert Benken were on board, marking the launch of the first crew from the United States to the International Space Station since the last flight of NASA’s Space Shuttle fleet in 2011.
The mission was a complete success with the astronauts returning safely to Earth on August 2.
Breakthrough Partnership: SpaceX founder Elon Musk, portrayed in January, said when his commercial spacecraft took NASA astronauts to the ISS earlier this year. Built a history in
Historical: NASA astronauts Douglas Harley and Robert Benken in specially designed crew dragon spacesuits have returned to space for the first time since their launch in the United States since 2011.
Return: A crew dragon spacecraft aboard the Falcon 9 rocket was launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 30, nine years after the end of NASA’s Space Shuttle program.
Perfection: The mission was completely successful with the astronauts returning safely to Earth on August 2. As shown in the photo, the Crew Dragon Capsule has recovered from its submergence in the Gulf of Mexico.