After 32 years, Top Gun: Maverick is officially in production!
Hollywood action star Tom Cruise teased his Twitter followers Wednesday evening with a promotional photograph of the upcoming Top Gun sequel captioned “#Day1.”
— Tom Cruise (@TomCruise) May 31, 2018
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Cruise will reprise his iconic character as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, the role which helped to catapult Cruise to fame in 1986. Top Gun: Maverick’s storyline is said to be set under present-day circumstances and will follow the efforts of fighter pilots who struggle to deal with new “drone tech that is making their old style of flying obsolete. ”
Following Cruise’s tweet, #TopGun2 has been trending on Twitter, with fans expressing their delight for the long awaited sequel.
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) May 31, 2018
With @TomCruise kicking off filming of #TopGun2 today, I'm reminded of the time that I too got to fly the @BoeingDefense #SuperHornet (well, ride in the back seat at least). Happy to report, I was only 'mildly' ill… pic.twitter.com/SbLrnvSZGH
— Gareth Jennings (@GarethJennings3) May 31, 2018
— Prince Prithvi (@PrincePrithvi) May 31, 2018
The Hollywood Reporter reports that Top Gun: Maverick will be directed by Joseph Kosinski. Jerry Bruckheimer, who formerly produced the original Top Gun, will be returning to co-produce the film with Skydance’s David Ellison and Cruise.
Top Gun: Maverick is slated to hit theaters July 19th, 2019.
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