Top Gun 2 : the release date of the sequel with Tom Cruise unveiled with a new trailer
Thirty-four years later, Tom Cruise goes back in to the air in Top Gun 2 or Top Gun : Maverick) ! The actor reprises his famous role, that of a Maverick, and if in Top Gun, he was an apprentice fighter pilot, where he became a professor as one can see in the new trailer. New trailer, which also confirms the release date at the cinema this sequel directed by Joseph Kosinski.
“34 years, you have been very patient with me and I felt it was my responsibility to do it finally for you, “announced Tom Cruise during his time at Comic Con San Diego in July 2019. Yes, the star of Mission Impossible has agreed to rethread his legendary jacket, his sunglasses and his famous helmet, engraved with his name, Maverick for Top Gun 2 or Top Gun : Maverick).
Top Gun 2 gets unveiled a bit more
The actor leaves in the air with a new mission, or rather two : be the teacher of the future drivers of hunting and battle drones. In any case, as we can see in the new trailer, unveiled on Monday, December 16th by Paramount Pictures, Pete Mitchell (aka Maverick) has not lost his passion for airplanes into a 34-year absence.
The sequel of Top Gun looks promising, while reserving the scenes in the sky quite dramatic. They are even more when we know that Tom Cruise has steered himself to the craft : “I really wanted to give you all the experience of what it feels like to be inside this plane.” To discover Top Gun 2 at the cinema you have to wait until July 15, 2020.
Just as Tom Cruise, Val Kimer is also back in the sequel to the movie released in 1986 : he reprises his role of Tom “Iceman” Kazanski. The rest of the cast of Top Gun 2 is composed of Miles Teller, Glen Powell (Scream Queens), Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris, John Hamm, Manny Jacinto (The Good Place), Lewis Pullman, Monica Barbaro, Jay Ellis (Escape Game) or even Jake Picking.
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