Tom Cruise gets 2021 date for movie aboard space station
According to Space Shuttle Almanac the actor along with director Doug Liman will be on board SpaceX Crew Dragon's first tourist trip.
Tom Cruise may be heading for what could be his most daring mission yet. According to a report in Daily Mail, the Hollywood star, 58, will be on board the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule on its scheduled October 2021 trip to the International Space Station, according to Space Shuttle Almanac.
NME first reported that the Space Shuttle Almanac tweeted out a graph of the upcoming planned launches to the ISS complete with crew manifests. The first tourist trip will have director Doug Liman, and Cruise.
Earlier this year, it was announced that Cruise and Liman had teamed up with SpaceX founder Elon Musk and NASA to make a movie aboard the ISS.
So its confirmed that @CommanderMLA is flying the @Axiom_Space @SpaceX #CrewDragon tourist mission with Director @DougLiman & Tom Cruise. One seat still to be filled. They are to launch in October, 2021. pic.twitter.com/dn6SLvCOGz- Space Shuttle Almanac (@ShuttleAlmanac) September 19, 2020