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Film How Tom Cruise & Doug Liman Pitched Their Way To A $200 Million Commitment From Universal On Their Space-Set Film With Elon Musk

What led the movie executives require to say “all systems go” on the first narrative feature to shoot in the cosmos? Sources tell Deadline’s Mike Fleming Jr. that all it took was an exuberant Zoom call with the star, the writer and ‘Mission: Impossible’ filmmaker Christopher McQuarrie. And did we mention there was no script?

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