Tom Cruise and producer Christopher McQuarrie are beginning with three…

Tom Cruise and producer Christopher McQuarrie are beginning with three very different projects that are quite dissimilar from one another

As part of Top Gun, Tom Cruise and producer Christopher McQuarrie are launching three very different projects: Maverick grosses $1.3 billion at the box office, propelling it to number 13 on the list of all-time global box office receipts.

Despite the fact that they are already working on Mission: Impossible 8, Cruise was reportedly spotted practicing a technique known as “fast soaring” for what appeared to be his next life-threatening action. However, sources claim that Cruise and McQuarrie are currently developing three separate films.

One is a brand-new musical they’ll write, with Cruise as the star and song and dance as the primary event. Along with worrying about Les Grossman, they are also getting ready for another original action movie with franchise potential.

Cruise played the gruff, dance-obsessed studio executive who featured in Tropic Thunder in the latter. The fate of Grossman’s involvement in either of the other two projects or in a stand-alone movie is still up in the air.

Cruise has long been enthralled by the concept of performing in a musical. He learned rock star-style singing for Rock of Ages, and he would also dance. McQuarrie and Cruise collaborated to write each of these three scripts.

The untitled feature that Cruise intends to develop with director Doug Liman and producer McQuarrie is another ongoing project. You see, the one that Elon Musk’s SpaceX and NASA will document in orbit.

They have joined up with SEE-1, the recently unveiled Space Entertainment Enterprise (S.E.E.) of movie producers Elena and Dmitry Lesnevsky, which will connect with Axiom’s first commercial space station in the world, Axiom Station, which is connected to the International Space Station (ISS). That one might very well come after.

So much for the notion that Cruise would begin to slow down as he got older. If you missed his performance as Grossman on stage, here is a recap…