Tom Cruise and director Doug Limans can enter space for their film in October 2021, reveals images from the space shuttle almanac.
On Monday, Twitter for the space shuttle Almanac shared a photo of spacecraft and countries to be launched from the next three years. While the chart may seem like an assumption collage of names, flags and spacecraft at first, on a closer look, the chart shows some names loved by Hollywood.
In October 2021, part of the chart “SpaceX Crew Dragon” with a picture of a small space vehicle next to it. Next to the illustration is a list of three names: SpaceX Pilot Lopez Alegria, Tourist 1 Tom Cruise and Tourist 2 Doug Liman. The tourist flight also shows a free seat for a third visitor.
While it is uncertain whether the October 2021
In May, Deadline learned that Cruise is collaborating with the company Elon Musk for NASA’s first narrative film. Deadline was told in July that Universal will back the $ 200 million space film.
See Almanac’s post below.
With the arrival of @MBRSpaceCentre Astronauts @astro_hazzaa and @Astro_Alneyadi on @NASA_Johnson this week, can we assume that they are the two Emirati crew members who will be making their 6th stay at #ISS in October 2022? pic.twitter.com/b2Sdr06hUc
– Space Shuttle Almanac (@ShuttleAlmanac) September 21, 2020