The Russian Team to Shoot the First Movie in Space, Launched Today


The Russian team, which will make the first feature film shot in space, set off from Kazakhstan to Earth orbit today. The film, which briefly focuses on the rescue of a cosmonaut by a doctor, will land on October 17, after the shooting of the film is over.

Two weeks ago, we talked about the team that will make the first film shot in space and their plans. To go over it again, the team, Soyuz MS-19 They will be sent to the International Space Station by ship, where they will stay for 12 days and shoot movies on the spacecraft. The team in question began its journey into Earth’s orbit today.

The spacecraft, carrying the director of the movie “Vyzov” (The Trial), Klim ┼×ipenko, 37-year-old actress Yuliya Peresild and cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, was launched today at 11.55 Turkish time. The crew will stay there for 12 days, as some of the filming will take place on the International Space Station. The return will take place on October 17.

Spacecraft takeoff:

A team of actors, directors and cosmonauts launched from the Baikonur base in Kazakhstan with the Soyuz MS-19 rocket; recently arrived at the International Space Station (ISS). ‘The first feature-length fiction film to be shot in space. The Trial will tell the story of a doctor who travels from Earth to the ISS to save the life of a cosmonaut.


Star Trek Legend ‘Captain Kirk’ Will Really Go to Space

NASA previously announced that Tom Cruise will be launched into space with a SpaceX rocket and star in a movie there. For Cruise had a dream to shoot the first movie in space. However, with this step of Russia, the famous actor was second. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, “Space is a pioneering field in which we are still ahead” Using his expressions, he compared the film and space industry of the USA. We look forward to seeing what the movie will look like.