A new film studio is being planned for space.
A special space station module with “content and entertainment studios and a multi-purpose arena” is due to be launched in 2024. It will orbit 400km above the earth.
This will enable artists, producers, and creatives to produce, record, and live stream content, including films, television, music, and even sports events.
The company making the module is Space Entertainment Enterprise (SEE), who is currently co-producing a Tom Cruise movie filmed in space.
The new studios will initially dock with the world’s-first commercial space station, Axiom Station, while it is connected to the International Space Station (ISS).
But it will then separate from the ISS in 2028.
SEE will make their own space-bound content, but other creators will be able to use the studio to take advantage of the Space Station’s microgravity environment – so perhaps we might soon be seeing social media stars floating around in space!