Elon Musk’s work at SpaceX will soon be a miniseries from HBO, according to sources. This miniseries will have Channing Tatum on board the crew.
Elon Musk has always turned heads towards his efforts and ventures. Be its electric vehicles, reusable rockets, Hyperloop, or Boring company. He has found ways to stay in the limelight. Now, the scenario is different altogether, it seems. Elon Musk and his journey with his brainchild, SpaceX, will now be a documentary series for HBO.
Elon Musk’s company SpaceX is emerging as a market leader among private space exploration companies. Musk is well-known for his weird and erratic acts, such as issuing statements to “colonize Mars,” calling out Californian COVID restrictions as “Fascist.”
Musk even misled people amidst a pandemic by saying that Coronavirus’s impact might reach the condition of zero cases by the end of April 2020.
New series about Elon Musk
Channing Tatum will serve as a producer for the series. The miniseries will consist of six episodes explaining the day-to-day activities and origins of the ambitious space exploration firm. The miniseries will narrate how Elon Musk selects talented engineers and scientists for his dream space program of sending humans to Mars by reusable rockets. The company’s engineers plan and make rockets on a Pacific island, from where they launch them.
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SpaceX recently launched their reusable human-crewed rocket to the international space station with two American astronauts. The company sent them in Falcon 9 rocket from the NASA launch complex, on May 30, 2020. This was considered a marvelous glory for the company, due to its effect on its global market position.
Free Association production company, the production house of Channing Tatum, will produce the miniseries. Tatum will be an executive producer for the series and Reid Carolin and Peter Kiernan of his company. Vance and Len Amato will also be executive producers.
The series will be a script based on the book “Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future” by Ashlee Vance. He will also be an executive producer for this show. As of now, Musk has no attachment to the series in any way.
The series will be written by Doug Jung, who wrote “Star Trek: Beyond screenplay.” HBO is facing much higher expectations from viewers. Because of the standards set by its predecessors such as Chernobyl and Watchmen, this new series has eyes all over it. Fans expect it only to be good, and not be an unpleasant one.
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