Tom Hanks Refused To Pay $28 Million To Join Jeff Bezos in Space

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Tom Hanks has revealed that he was offered a flight into space with Jeff Bezos but he refused to pay the $28 million fees…


Hanks was asked about his opportunity to go to space while appearing as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

During the show, Kimmel asked Hanks if it was true that Jeff Bezos approached him about going into space before William Shatner.


Responding to Kimmel’s question, Hanks said: “Well, yeah, provided I pay.”

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“And, you know, it cost 28 million bucks or something like that. And I’m doing good, Jimmy. I’m doing good. But I ain’t paying $28 million.”


It comes after William Shatner took part in a Blue Origin flight from Texas last month.

The Star Trek actor traveled into space, with a crew, where they went above the Karman Line which is internationally recognized as the boundary of space.


The flight that Shatner went on lasted around 10 minutes.

And it made the ninety-year-old actor the oldest person to fly to space.


Hanks also joked that “we could simulate the experience of going to space right now.”

“It’s about a twelve-minute flight — is that about it? We could all do it in our seats right here,” he said. “I don’t need to spend 28 million bucks to do that. I can do that at home.”

Ain’t that the truth! Would you pay $28 million to go to space?