A NEW space station for Tom Cruise to film has left people gasping for all the wrong reasons.
Surprisingly, a moment became a laughing stock after people noticed the design looked a lot like a sex toy.
With its stick-like construction and a rounded knob at the end, it’s easy to see why some people compare it to a magic wand vibrator.
“Can we discuss how their space station appears to be a Hitachi magic wand glued to some lights?” a humorous observer said on Twitter.
“So I guess with this design, they promised an enjoyable experience for the cast and crew?” other mockery.
The Mission: Impossible actor wants to shoot a movie on the module meant to join the International Space Station (ISS) by the end of 2024.
Space Entertainment Enterprise (SEE), the company behind it in the UK, is working on a special project for movies and TV shows made 250 miles above Earth.
It will also be used to host sporting events and for deep influencers who enjoy hosting live streams on board.
Magic wands were made famous by Hitachi in the 60s and have been a staple in women’s bedrooms ever since.
It was originally used to slim down muscle but gained notoriety after American sexist Betty Dodson recommended it.
Space Studio will launch in 2024
XEM-1, known as space studio, will launch in late 2024 and dock with the world’s first commercial space station, Axiom Station, which will be docked with the ISS.
It will be an inflatable module that can be stretched up to six meters in diameter.
Co-founders Dmitry and Elena Lesnevsky said: “SEE-1 is an incredible opportunity for humanity to transition to another world and start an exciting new chapter in space.
Richard Johnston, chief executive officer at SEE added: “From Jules Verne to Star Trek, sci-fi entertainment has inspired millions around the world to dream of what the future might bring.
“Creating a next-generation entertainment venue in space opens countless doors to creating incredible new content and making these dreams come true.”
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https://www.thesun.ie/tech/8242342/tom-cruise-space-station-movie-studio-launch-2024/ Tom Cruise mocks his space station photo because it looks VERY naughty