Tom Cruise confirmed the fearful expectations when he tweeted that Top Gun: Maverick a sequel to the 1986 Maritime Aviation main screen segment, will be postponed six months from the date of the release previously scheduled for June 24, 2020.
I know many of you have waited 34 years,” Cruz said on Thursday. Unfortunately, it will be a little longer.
Top Gun: Maverick will fly in December. Be safe, everyone.
If the audience’s expectation of Top Gun: Maverick isn’t really reminiscent after the movie trailer is released, then wait longer – along with a recent interview with Tom Cruise and producer Jerry Bruckheimer in the upcoming May issue of Empire Magazine – you should definitely do the trick.
Details revealed in the Empire’s interview include director Joseph Kusinski’s decision to place IMAX cameras in the cockpit of an F / A-18 Super Hornet to display CGI-free sequences on board that feature two physical actors launching the aircraft with stunning terrain tires and low altitude.
Empire reported that Cruz asked to fly an F-18, but the Navy intercepted, perhaps knowing that the actor in Super Hornet controls could be the very dangerous area that Kenny Logins had always warned of.
However, the 57-year-old actor is piloting two World War II P-51 Mustang pilots of personal-owned aircraft – and a helicopter in the movie.
Cruise told the empire: “I told the studio,” You don’t know how hard this movie is.
No one has done this before. There has never been an air sequence this way. I don’t know if it’s there again, to be honest.”
When it finally reaches theaters, Top Gun: Maverick, which Cruz has described as emotional, is one of the most visually immersive cinematic experiences.
The long-awaited sequel is one of many films that adjust theatrical releases to suit the whole world grinding into a noisy hiatus in the wake of the outbreak of the new Corona virus.
For example, decision makers at Paramount Studio recently released the long-awaited sequel to John Krasinski’s thrilling “A Quiet Place” starring Cillian Murphy alongside the lead-up to the original film, Emily Blunt.
As for “Top Gun”, movie-goers can now expect to enjoy the dreadful exploits of “Maverick” Mitchell when the movie lands in theaters on December 23, 2020.
Let’s read the traditional naval aviator’s prayer, “Great Balls of Fire”, and summon good luck from the sacred ghost of Goose, lest this date also require a modification in the future.