NASA Director Jim Brydon has revealed that he is working with Tom Cruise on the first space movie,media reported. While details of the project are unclear, Mr Bridenstine said the film would be filmed on the International Space Station (ISS).
While it’s not yet known how Artongo will take part in the adventure, he has indeed been featured in a growing number of impressive stunts in recent films, such as grabbing the side of an Airbus A400 in the 2015 film “Spy 5: Mysterious Country.” It’s hard to imagine any more difficult stunt than making a movie in space.
News of a possible collaboration between Artongo and NASA was first reported by the Deadline website. The report said Atongo was working with SpaceX to make the film, although neither NASA nor SpaceX confirmed the speculation. SpaceX announced in February that it would launch a spacecraft carrying four ordinary citizens orbiting the Earth by the end of 2021 or early 2022. The passengers will take spaceX’s newly developed manned Dragon spacecraft, which will send the first NASA astronauts to ISS later this month.