Title: Tom Cruise Reveals Details about His Groundbreaking Film Set in Space
On the red carpet of the New York premiere for the highly anticipated Mission Impossible movie, Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise delighted fans with more exciting news about his upcoming film, which will see him become the first actor to venture into space. Cruise, renowned for his daredevil action stunts, shared his enthusiasm for the ambitious project during the press conference.
While keeping some details under wraps, Cruise confirmed that he has been diligently working on the film alongside director Doug Liman, known for their collaborative success on “Edge of Tomorrow.” When asked about the movie that has captivated audiences since its announcement in 2020, Cruise expressed his excitement and simply stated, “We’ll see where we get to.”
The idea for the groundbreaking movie actually came from Cruise himself, who has become known for performing his own adrenaline-pumping stunts across various disciplines. Deadline first reported the news in May 2020, with the actor revealing his desire to shoot scenes aboard a rocket and the International Space Station (ISS). Cruise aims to set a new milestone as the first civilian actor to take a spacewalk outside the station.
While the project is still in its early stages, it has been confirmed that the film will not be entirely shot in space. Instead, most of the action will unfold on Earth, with the protagonist venturing into outer space during a critical juncture in the storyline to avert disaster. The scenes set in space will be filmed on the ISS, captivating audiences with the breathtaking backdrop of real space.
Universal Pictures, the production company behind the film, has reportedly allocated a staggering $200 million budget to support the movie’s grand vision. Although some may argue it to be extravagant, it falls significantly short of the costliest film ever made, “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,” which boasted a budget of $410.6 million. Projects such as “Lightyear,” “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” and “Spider-Man: No Way Home” have also shared the same budget range.
During the premiere, Cruise also touched upon his dedication to performing daring stunts as he continues to push boundaries even at the age of 61. In the latest “Mission Impossible” installment, the actor filmed one of the most perilous scenes of his career, leaping off a cliff on a motorcycle before parachuting to safety. Cruise’s commitment to his craft remains unwavering, and he exudes confidence while mastering each difficult scene.
As fans eagerly await Cruise’s groundbreaking foray into space, his unwavering determination to deliver unparalleled entertainment is sure to captivate audiences once again. With his film set to push the boundaries of cinematic achievement, the stage is set for Cruise to etch his name among the stars in a literal sense, as he pioneers new frontiers for actors in the realm of space.