NASA’s administrator Jim Bridenstine supported on Tuesday that the agency is working with actor Tom Cruise to create a movie shot aboard the International Space Station. Report of the extraterrestrial cinema was first reported by Deadline on Monday. The outlet said the production would be the “first narrative feature film — an activity escapade — to be shot in outer space.” Bridenstine confirmed the project on Twitter on Tuesday, and said the agency is “excited to work with @ TomCruise on a cinema aboard the @Space_Station! ” He did not furnish additional details on the nature of the project or when product was set to begin. Last year, NASA outlined plans that would allow “private” or independent cosmonauts access to the International Space Station’s facilities — for a cost. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.
NASA’s administrator Jim Bridenstine corroborated on Tuesday that the agency is working with actor Tom Cruise to create a movie shot aboard the International Space Station.
News of the extraterrestrial film was first reported by Deadline on Monday. According to the outlet, Cruise is working with Elon Musk’s SpaceX and NASA, in order to shoot the “first narrative feature film — an action adventure — to be shot in outer space.” See the rest of the narrative at Business Insider
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