British film production company Space Entertainment Enterprise plans to operate the first movie studio in space by the end of 2024. Axiom Space is building the SEE-1 inflatable module, which will initially be docked at the International Space Station and will be six meters in diameter.
according to production company At the end of 2024, the SEE-1 module will join Axiom, a futuristic experimental space station being developed by Axiom Space, a space company selected by NASA in early 2020 to build special modules for the International Space Station. The Axiom station will be expanded across hubs from 2024 to be permanently separated from the International Space Station in 2028.
The SEE-1 inflator is about six meters in diameter, according to Michael Payne, Axiom’s chief engineer. According to the company, artists, producers, and creators can create content in it and that in space. Space Entertainment Corporation gave In the press release There are no details on the cost of accommodation in the SEE-1 unit. The company says it is currently in talks with investors and trading partners and is planning another fundraising event in the future.
according to Various American media Space Entertainment Enterprise will participate in the film, which will be produced by NASA in collaboration with American actor Tom Cruise. These plans were first announced in 2020. Little is known about the film itself. According to Deadline, it’s the first full-length movie with a story to be shot in space.
At the beginning of October 2021, a movie was already shot in space. Then cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, director Klim Shipenko and actress Yulia Peresild were flown into space for filming. Call “Uitdaging” to turn around. This became the first movie to be shot in space.
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