Tom Cruise shares new updates on ‘Top Gun’ sequel.
Tom Cruise is an American actor, who is arguably one of the world’s highest-paid actors, who has appeared in over 100 films, and as became famous through his major role in the ‘Mission Impossible’ franchise and the ‘Top Gun’ movie which sequel will be out in cinemas this month.
In an interview with Variety, Cruise fiercely declared that a streaming release for ‘Top Gun’: Maverick’ was never going to happen. The famed actor made this revelation on Wednesday at the Cannes premiere of his film
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“That’s not going to happen. Ever,” Tom Cruise reportedly said during a session about his work at the festival, but it looks like we might see some movies with Tom again after all
“I’ve spent my fair share of time with theater owners. The people that serve popcorn, make this happen.”
However, the filmmaker still addressed theater owners. He explained that his films are not designed for streaming, and they will continue making ” Mission: Impossible” as well as Top Gun.”
The sequel to 1986’s ‘Top Gun’ has suffered multiple delays largely due the pandemic.
‘Top Gun: Maverick‘ has been delayed, with the film originally scheduled for release on June 24th 2020. The reason? Cinemas shut down amid Covid-19 pandemic.
In the sequel, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell is back for another adventure.
The synopsis reads:
“Pete “Maverick” Mitchell is where he belongs, pushing the envelope as a courageous test pilot and dodging any advancement in rank that would ground him. Training new graduates for an assignment square off against their own ghosts of past regrets or deepest fears while on mission – requiring them to make ultimate sacrifice.”
The film has now been confirmed for a beautiful day in May 27, 2022.