NASA, SpaceX, and Tom Cruise Collaborate On The First Movie Filmed On The ISS

Not much information has been made available to the public on the report made Monday by Deadline. But for Tom Cruise, this must be like a Moslem’s journey to Mecca. The chance to get closer to finding the Scientologist Thetan. And NASA and SpaceX are going to be the one helping him. The idea? Filming a movie on the ISS!

This would be a revelatory journey for Tom Cruise

For a Scientologist, the Thetan is “the source of life, or life itself,” as the science fiction author and founder of Scientology L. Ron Hubbard put it.

And since the Thetan had countless past lives that preceded our earthly existence way back in extraterrestrial cultures, the ISS seems the closest point for humans to the Thetan.

The Scientologist “can create new and better realities and revised editions. Being a Scientologist, people turn to you, and you better know it. And if you don’t, go and learn it! If you are a Scientologist, you see things the way they are,” says Tom Cruise on a popular Youtube video.

Tom Cruise to film a movie on the ISS

It looks like Cruise is finally given the occasion to go and learn it, and then pass it on to future generations of Scientologists. The movie doesn’t yet have a studio attached, but that shouldn’t be a problem. The first movie shot on the ISS is already a blockbuster that will attract several investors.

Tom Cruise will get to the ISS on a Crew Dragon spaceship belonging to SpaceX. “Should be a lot of fun!” tweeted Elon Musk, SpaceX’s founder and CEO.

NASA is just as thrilled. Jim Bridenstine declared on Twitter that he and the agency are “excited to work Tom Cruise 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.”

Calvin S. Heenan
With a genuine passion for movies and tech, Calvin likes writing about these topics. He is also an experienced writer of scientific articles, so, from time to time, he will also cover such subjects.