Tom Cruise comes up with a concept that is figuratively out of this planet, just like when you thought the triumph of the Top Gun sequel was the pinnacle of his movie career.
The Bourne Identity filmmaker Doug Liman as well as the 60-year-old Hollywood seasoned are reportedly working on a pitch for a movie that will reportedly be shot in space. The Covid-19 epidemic delayed the project, which was initially scheduled for 2020.
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UFEG has reportedly been approached by Cruise and Liman with a proposal in which the star onboard a spacecraft and fly towards the International Space Station.
UFEG Chairperson Donna Langley told reports, “I think Tom Cruise is leading us to space, he’s bringing the entire world to space.”
That is the strategy. We are working with Tom on a great project, firing while riding a rocket up toward the Space Station.
According to Langley, who expressed confidence that Cruise would be “the first citizen to undertake a spacewalk outside of the launch pad,” the majority of the movie would be shot on Earth, with the hero “going to the stars to save the day.”
If the initiative is a success, Cruise will be the first movie star to exclusively film on the International Space Station.
Given that Cruise, the hero of the movie Jerry Maguire is known for performing risky stunts, it’s fair to argue that the action, albeit unusual, is not surprising.
On his 60th anniversary in July, Mission: Impossible director Christopher McQuarrie shared a rare shot of Cruise pulling off a very crazy prank.
In the photograph, Cruise is visible swinging from a flying red biplane with little to no support.
When he was hurt while filming Mission Impossible 6 in 2017, leaked video footage of his death-defying rooftop jump went tragically wrong and made headlines.
After crashing into a building, Cruise was spotted dangling in midair in his safety strap before climbing onto the rooftop and staggering toward the team.
A short while later, he was again on location in London performing stunts.
When asked recently there at Cannes Film Festival how he decides against being a stunt actor, Cruise is said to have replied, “No one questioned Gene Kelly, “Why do you dance?”
After the enormous success of the eagerly anticipated sequel, Top Gun: Maverick, admiration for Cruise, whose been active in Hollywood ever since the early 1980s, has reached a fever pitch.
Just a few weeks well after May release, it surpassed The Dark Knight to become Australia’s fifth-highest-grossing movie. It has since climbed to 3rd spot and earned over $1.4 billion worldwide.
Tom Cruise, a real-life action actor, may be traveling to the International Space Station for his next destination after performing every conceivable risky stunt on Earth.
The “Top Gun Maverick” actor might be launched into space to complete a space mission for a future movie, making him the first person to do it.
The future movie, which, if everything goes according to plan, would include the 60-year-old Movie star setting records at the International Space Station, was alluded to by Universal chairwoman Dame Donna Langley.
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The 54-year-old British film executive claimed that Tom Cruise would be sent into orbit before ejecting from the rocket. All of this would be captured on film for the movie.
The “Top Gun” star has performed a number of amazing feats for the big screen, including attempting to pilot a plane, gliding down the tallest building in the world, and scaling cliffs.
Donna told the news, “We have a terrific project in production with Tom that does include him launching a spacecraft to the Space Station.”
And certainly, he’ll be the first human to undertake a spacewalk outside of the International Space Station, she added.
Additionally, she provided additional details about Tom Cruise’s part in the mysterious blockbuster: He will play a bottom character who is the only one who can protect the world in a scenario in which he is the only person who can.