LOS ANGELES: Tom Cruise might be taking his daredevilry to another level as the Hollywood star is reportedly joining hands with Elon Musk to shoot a film in space. According to Deadline, Cruise and Musk’s aviation company Space X are in talks with National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) for filming the narrative movie aboard a real SpaceX vessel. The project has been described as an “action-adventure film”. However, there is no Hollywood studio attached with it at present. The 57-year-old superstar has build a reputation for taking extreme risks to pull off breathtaking stunts for his movies, mainly the ‘Mission: Impossible’ franchise. Cruise scaled the Burj Khalifa in Dubai for a sequence in 2011’s ‘Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol’, while for it’s 2015 follow-up, ‘Rogue Nation’, the actor had hung off the side of an airplane mid-flight. He was injured on the sets of 2018’s ‘Fallout’ that resulted in the production being stopped for several weeks. The actor had broken his ankle after colliding with another building during a rooftop jump. Cruise currently awaits the release of ‘Top Gun: Maverick’, the sequel to his 1986 hit ‘Top Gun’. The film, which was scheduled to hit theatres worldwide in June,… Read full this story
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