For now, though, Cruise and Liman have different production areas to focus on.
Cruise has work to finish before the Musk project can begin: he and the director Christopher McQuarrie They are eager to get back to work on the seventh "Mission: Impossible" movie after the coronavirus pandemic closed filming just before it started in March (20).
Deadline Hollywood broke the information weeks in the past that Cruise and Musk had been plotting with NASA on the concept of capturing the undertaking in area with NASA confirming the story days later.
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As per Deadline, Doug Liman is appointed to direct the movie in outer space. The movie will be more interesting as the old collaborators are coming up for this new project. Liman penned the first draft of the screenplay and is producing alongside Cruise. He is also working with Christopher McQuarrie on "Mission: Impossible 7", for which production is now paused.
The "Jack Reacher" star also revealed that he was pretty excited about the movie and the challenges that came with it.
However, Liman is now in post-production on Chaos Walking, an upcoming sci-fi film starring Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland.
Directed by Joseph Kosinski from a script written by Peter Craig, Justin Marks, Ashley Edward Miller, and Zack Stentz, Top Gun: Maverick stars Tom Cruise, Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Glen Powell, Lewis Pullman, and Ed Harris. He also described the documentary Space Station 3D that released in 2002. Earlier, he actually fractured his ankle in a leap from one rooftop to the other.