Tom Cruise landed $200M movie in space with script-free Zoom call

Tom Cruise gets backing of Elon Musk to make the first movie in space: report

As per reports, Musk's firm SpaceX will be involved in the project from day one and while Liman will direct, Cruise's "Mission: Impossible" director McQuarrie will be "ground control" as story adviser and producer for the project.

The movie will be an awesome one if we see the budget and the concept.

Tom Cruise has reportedly recruited Elon Musk's technological experience as he intends the very first film to film in outer space together with the manufacturing capital of Universal Pictures. Directed by Cruise on American Maid and Age of Tomorrow, Lyman's personal successes include Mr. and Mrs. Smith.

According to Deadline, McQuarrie has been on board the project for a little while, as he was a part of a recent Zoom call with Universal executives which convinced the studio to shell out an estimated $200 million for the film's budget. As we all know, Liman's work is tremendous. The two of them have practically been joined at the hip, with McQuarried either directing, producing, or writing a draft of the screenplay for almost every Cruise movie since 2008's Valkyrie. Exactly how a relative no-name in the industry worked his way into the company of Cruise, Liman, and McQuarrie remains a mystery to me, but props to him for making it happen.


Cruise is now focusing on Mission: Impossible 7 and has been reported to be developing a VIP village in Oxfordshire to make a coronavirus-free zone that will allow filming to restart.

Cruise showed that he was a fearless filmmaker around him and that his preparations were excellent. As for Cruise, he is a meticulous planner, but fearless in performing his individual stunts that have incorporated hanging from a helicopter and the aspect of a jet airplane for the duration of takeoff in "Mission: Unattainable Rogue Country".

Cruise, however, is famous for taking risks and performing his own stunts, such as scaling the outside of these 123-storey Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai, after performing a action scene on very top.

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