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Reports! Tom Cruise could walk to Space Station for his Upcoming Blockbuster

Reports! Tom Cruise could walk to Space Station for his Upcoming Blockbuster

Tom Cruise comes up with an idea that is figuratively out of this planet. Just when you thought the success of the Top Gun sequel was the pinnacle of his movie career.

But one of his upcoming film may put his daredevil DNA to the test as he undertakes a zero-gravity spacewalk. It could cause his steadfast nerves to fray in unthinkable ways.

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Tom Cruise Next Project

The Bourne Identity director Doug Liman and the 60-year-old Hollywood veteran are reportedly working on a pitch for a movie that will reportedly be shot in space. The project was originally slated for 2020, but the Covid-19 pandemic put the project on hold.

According to reports, Cruise and Liman have approached Universal Filmed Entertainment Group (UFEG) with a plan that would see the actor board a rocket and travel to the International Space Station. 

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Reports On Tom Cruise Next Project 

For the movie, all of this would be documented on camera. It would be just one of the many incredible feats the “Top Gun” star has accomplished for the big screen, like learning to fly a plane, rappelling down the world’s tallest building, and scaling cliffs.

“We have a great project in development with Tom that does contemplate him taking a rocket to the Space Station”, Donna Langley explained to the BBC.

“And hopefully he will become the first civilian to do a space walk outside of the International Space Station,” she added. 

Donna also revealed some information about Tom’s role in the top-secret blockbuster: “He will play a down-on-his-luck guy who finds himself in the position of being the only one who could save Earth.”

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Tom Is All Set 

Cruise would be the first movie celebrity to film on the International Space Station if the project is successful.

Although the move is unheard of, it’s fair to say that it’s not strange that Cruise is aiming for space. But given that the Jerry Maguire star is known for his daring stunt work.

The Top Gun Record 

After the enormous success of the eagerly anticipated sequel, Top Gun: Maverick. Admiration for Cruise, who has been active in Hollywood since the early 1980s, has reached a fever pitch. Just few weeks after its May debut, it surpassed all previous films in Australia in terms of box office revenue.

These days, Tom has a lot of influence over how things are accomplished. The domestic box office earnings for “Top Gun” have surpassed $700M, and global box office earnings have reached $1.4B.

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Tom Cruise Made Headlines During MI6 

When Tom was hurt while filming Mission Impossible 6 in 2017. A 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 roof and stumbling toward the team.

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A short while later, he was back on location in London performing stunts.

When asked recently at the Cannes Film Festival why he decides against being a stunt actor, Cruise is said to have replied, “No one asked Gene Kelly, “Why do you dance?”

What’s your opinion towards this shoot in Space Station?

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