Tom Cruise goes to head to space for an upcoming film–the first time a Hollywood film has ever been shot exterior of planet Earth–and he is now secured some severe cash to take action. Deadline is reporting that Cruise, together with director Doug Liman and producers Christopher McQuarrie and PJ van Sandwijk, have secured a serious manufacturing dedication from Universal.
The movie, which presently has no script, can be funded for $200 million, the report says. Elon Musk and his firm, SpaceX, will companion on the venture too, and assist get Cruise exterior of the Earth’s ambiance.
It’s doable that the venture will finally go on to value more cash, since a manufacturing like this has by no means been executed earlier than. Cruise beforehand labored with Liman on Edge of Tomorrow and American Made. McQuarrie directed Cruise within the final two Mission: Impossible films.
Tom Cruise has no issues with high-flying motion, in fact, as seen in Top Gun–or, higher but, on this clip from Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.
Speaking of Mission: Impossible, Cruise nonetheless has two of them to shoot–and survive–before he can go and shoot a film in area. Mission: Impossible 7 and 8 have been delayed after taking pictures was shut down attributable to COVID-19. However, work on the movies was set to resume very soon as of early July.