Saturday, 08 August, 2020

Tom Cruise's Space Movie Have A Budget Of 200$ Million

Tom Cruise gets backing of Elon Musk to make the first movie in space: report MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE Director Chris McQuarrie Also Attached To Tom Cruise/Doug Liman's Upcoming Space Movie
Adrian Cunningham | 02 August, 2020, 17:22

Actor Tom Cruise is taking his love for action scenes one step higher!

Sources said that Space X's Elon Musk will be a partner in the project and the expectation is that is that McQuarrie - Cruise's writer/director on the Mission: Impossible films - will have a ground control role as story advisor and producer alongside Cruise, Liman and van Sandwijk. Plus, consider the fact that the budgets in the list of the 30 most-expensive movies begins at $US220 million - and hey, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides cost Disney a ridiculous $US376.5 million to make.

The $200m budget is an estimate which, considering no film has ever been made in beyond Earth before, is full of probably the greatest variables any movie project has ever had. It has not been confirmed that the cruise event was planned for May 4 and that the scoop will go into space from a hand-held object for shooting the film, and the scoop will be hung there until the day NASA intervenes. Elon Musk will also be involved through his SpaceX firm. Directed by Cruise on American Maid and Age of Tomorrow, Lyman's personal successes include Mr. and Mrs. Smith. As we all know, Liman's work is tremendous. Universal Pictures is the studio home for the project - and they've signed up for an expensive outing without even having seen a script. 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.

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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.

For this movie, Tom Cruise will be going to space, "the real space". Both are pilots and their adventurous spirit shows in their filmmaking. In "Mission: Difficult: Ghost Protocol" he scaled the Burj Khalifa, the Dubai skyscraper, and executed stunts 123 flooring up.