Tom Cruise will head to outer space with NASA for an innovative new film. On Tuesday, the organization's administrator, Jim Bridenstine, announced the collaboration on Twitter.

It will be the first narrative feature film shot entirely in outer space.

Tom Cruise's & NASA's outer space movie

"NASA is excited to work with @TomCruise on a film aboard the @Space_Station! We need popular media to inspire a new generation of engineers and scientists to make @NASA’s ambitious plans a reality," Bridenstine tweeted.

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The news came with acknowledgement from Elon Musk, who was noted to be attached to the project in a report released a day earlier by Deadline. The SpaceX CEO was seen adding the comment, "Should be a lot of fun!," in a reply to Bridenstine's tweet.

Per the Deadline report, we know that this is not an extension of Cruise's Mission Impossible franchise. No studio is on to produce the movie just yet, either.

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Tom Cruise, NASA, and Elon Musk head to the Space Station

Stay tuned for more on this Tom Cruise-led journey to the International Space Station in collaboration with NASA and Elon Musk — which will also produce a narrative film!

If that's a lot to take in, know that we also are more than a little bit excited to see how this project takes shape.

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