Tom Cruise’s much awaited Top Gun sequel has been moved forward to 2020 instead of a 2019 release. Paramount pictures have updated their films calendar well all those Top Guns would have to wait a little more. According to reports the film titled Top Gun: Maverick was supposed to hit the big screens on July 12,2019 but now the film will be hitting the theatres on June 26, 2020.
The delay in the film will give some time to Tom cruise, Van Kilmer, Miles Teller and Jennifer Connelly some time for flight training. Paramount Pictures have also announced that a sequel to A Quite Place will also be coming out on May 15, 2020. The film was directed by John Krasinski who also wrote the screenplay with Bryan Woods and Soctt Beck.
The film is almost free from dialogues starring John Krasinski and his real life family who are living silently from some creatures who hunt mankind with the help of sound.
Well talking about Top Gun: Maverick the film will be set in the Drone Ages where the world will be full of drones and those old school F-16 fighter planes wouldn’t exist looks sad but still its exciting. Tom cruise will be portraying the role of a flight instructor. Jennifer Connelly is the new addition in the film however Van Kilmer will be reprising his role Iceman, the role he played back in 1986.
Tom Cruise had announced in May that the films shooting has started as he posted a picture on his official twitter where he wrote “Day 1” and in the picture we can see Tom cruise holding a fighter pilot Helmet and looking towards his plane and a description embedded on the picture saying ‘Feel The Need.’ As we recall the famous dialogue from Top Gun ‘I feel the need, The need for Speed.’ We cannot wait for this action blockbuster to come out.
— Tom Cruise (@TomCruise) May 31, 2018