The film industry is reaching new heights, quite literally, as Space Entertainment Enterprise (SEE)—the company co-producing Tom Cruise's upcoming space movie—has unveiled revolutionary plans to launch a film studio in outer space by December 2024. A sports and entertainment arena will also be built alongside the studio, all in zero gravity.
Named SEE-1, the module is designed to support film production, broadcast and live-streaming for television, music and sports projects in low-orbit, micro-gravity environments. The company intends to produce its own content and events within the module, while making the site available to third parties for creative purposes.
According to reports, SEE-1 will be developed in collaboration with Axiom Space, the company which won NASA’ approval to build the first commercial section of the International Space Station (ISS), Axiom Station in 2020. Once it’s ready for launch, the studio will dock on Axiom Station.