The organization co-producing Tom Cruise’s upcoming space movie, Space Entertainment Enterprise (S.E.E. ), intends to establish a sports complex and a production facility in zero gravity.
By December 2024, S.E.E. hopes to have a space station module with a sports and entertainment arena and a content studio built. (The image above is a rendering done by an artist.)
The SEE-1 module, which is designed to house film, television, music, and sports events as well as artists, producers, and creators who want to create content in the microgravity environment of low orbit, is named for this purpose. The infrastructure will make it possible to create, produce, record, broadcast, and livestream content.
S.E.E. plans to create its own events and content for the module and also make it available to outside parties.
SEE-1 will be built by Axiom Space, which in January 2020 won NASA’s approval to build a commercial component of the International Space Station (ISS). The module will dock on Axiom Station, the company’s commercial arm, which will also house other business ventures like space tourism.
Then, in 2028, Axiom Station will detach from the ISS.
Entrepreneurs and producers Elena and Dmitry Lesnevsky co-founded S.E.E. in the U.K. The company is currently preparing for a fundraising round.
Dmitry and Elena Lesnevsky said in a statement that “SEE-1 is an incredible opportunity for humanity to move into a different realm and start an exciting new chapter in space.” “It will offer a one-of-a-kind, easily accessible home for endless entertainment possibilities in a setting full of cutting-edge infrastructure that will spark new forms of creativity. With this cutting-edge, ground-breaking facility being built by global leader Axiom Space, SEE-1 will offer not only the first but also the highest caliber space structure, enabling the expansion of the $2 trillion global entertainment industry into low-Earth orbit.