Here’s another space brawl coming up between the United States and Russia, but this time, the topic is cinema. That’s because a Russian production team is claiming bragging rights about plans to produce the first feature film shot in outer space. Previously, the owners of this ambitious project were Tom Cruise [via Variety].
Last year, NASA announced it was partnering with SpaceX Elon Musk And Cruise will direct a film that will be partially shot on the International Space Station. the director Doug Liman (yesterday’s edge), the untitled film will have a budget of $200 million.
The production of the Soviet Union is called the challenge And it will revolve around a Russian doctor sent to the International Space Station to save the life of a cosmonaut. If everything goes according to plan, the production team will leave next month on a 12-day mission to complete the first history.
A collaboration between the Russian space agency Roscosmos, public broadcaster Channel One and Yellow, Black and White Studios, the challenge will be directed by climb on shipenkowho has commanded the film son of a rich, is considered to be the biggest box office in the history of the country. the film will be starring Yulia Peresild.
the challenge It’s still not a first forecast.