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Tom Cruise and NASA to film movie aboard ISS

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OpenMindedSceptic

Finally a bit of long film footage we can believe is true from the ISS. :) lol

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third_eye

I hope nobody makes the fella a full fledged Major...Tom

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Ground control to major Tom... 

Ground control to major Tom... 

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ChrLzs

"Whether Cruise himself will be heading to the station as part of filming however remains unclear."

Not much of a story, then, really.  As a Scientologist, he really should go...to leave Teegeeack (aka Earth) and up into space where his mythological leaders came from.

I hope the film is going to be called "Finding Xenu".

 

 

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diddyman68

hope it's filmed entirely on the iss,that way i won't have to watch toms obligatory running ,and riding a motor cycle scene.

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tmcom

He is going up to do a doc, on how the earth is flat, (new hobby).

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Bed of chaos
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I actually love some of his movies (Legend, Magnolia). In regards to Scientology, I doubt he believes all the hype. I speculate it's a tax bracket or if he 'blew' leader (supposedly his best friend) would ruin his name. They have his auditing sessions, decades of personal info/confessions/secrets they could use against them. 

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