Top Gun: Maverick after exceeding $ 1 billion in global box office, Paramount's film Top Gun: Maverick managed to break another record that had stood for 25 years. As written ironically in the title of the news, the sequel to the 1986 film starring Tom Cruise has managed to 'sink' the record of Titanic, the famous film by James Cameron, which had stood for a quarter of a century; unprecedented event in Paramount's 110 years of activity!.
Top Gun: Maverick became the de facto highest-grossing Paramount film nationwide, reaching a staggering $ 601.9 million in total. To better understand the extent of the news, just think that the previous record holder, Titanic in fact, reached 600.7 million at the box office in the States, remaining in first place for 25 years in this particular ranking.
It is a sign of change also in the preferences of the public, from rewarding for years a poignant love story with a tragic ending. To deciding that it is time to make room for adrenaline-filled emotions, such as those that the film with Tom Cruise can give.
Small curiosity in closing, did you know that in Top Gun: Maverick we relied on artificial intelligence to give the voice to Iceman. The character played by Val Kilmer? We leave you once again to watch the trailer for the film and. If you haven't already seen it, remember that the Top Gun sequel is still available in many Italian cinemas! What are you waiting for?.
Although Mickey Rourke has stated that Tom Cruise has been playing the same role for 35 years. and that he is nothing but an honest craftsman, Top Gun: Maverick's Pete Mitchell can safely ignore his colleague's comments and celebrate a major achievement. It appears that the Top Gun sequel has surpassed the box office of Titanic, ranking as the highest-earning Paramount film in 110 years.
After continuous postponements caused by the pandemic, Top Gun: Maverick is finally out and. A bit like Spider-Man: No Way Home, has partially revived the fortunes of cinema, further securing critical acclaim. The film also broke a number of records.
First, it was the film with Tom Cruise that grossed the most, and then it became the second title. After Avengers: Endgame, to take home more than a billion dollars. And all this despite the presence of illustrious competitors such as Jurassic World: The Dominion, Minions 2 - How Gru Becomes Despicable The True Story of Buzz. Finally, the film has surpassed the box office of The Dark Knight in the United States, which is no small feat.
It seems that Top Gun: Maverick has attracted both Top Gun fans and people unfamiliar with Pete. "Maverick" Mitchell's first film adventure, as well as proving that if there's the right film, audiences are more than happy to go back to the room. It is true that, prior to its release, Top Gun: Maverick had an excellent advertising campaign, but if it had not been a good film, word of mouth would not have done it justice.
We do not know if this success will become a guarantee of a further sequel, but we are talking about Top Gun 3, and it is already something. After all, Tom Cruise has absolutely not lost his polish and Joseph Kosinski has been able to be nostalgic just enough by also focusing on new recruits such as Miles Teller or Glen Powell.
After exceeding $ 1 billion in global box office, Paramount's film Top Gun: Maverick managed to break another record that had stood for 25 years. As written ironically in the title of the news, the sequel to the 1986 film starring Tom Cruise has managed to 'sink'. The record of Titanic, the famous film by James Cameron, which had stood for a quarter of a century; unprecedented event in Paramount's 110 years of activity!.
Will the extraordinary consensus obtained by the sequel lead to a new chapter of Top Gun?. In the past few hours the Entertainment Tonight magazine has relaunched the statements of Miles Teller, actor of the film directed by Joseph Kosinski.
Top Gun: Maverick turned out to be a huge success with audiences and critics, giving a personal record to Tom Cruise. That is, exceeding one billion dollars in international box office receipts.
Entertainment Tonight has exclusively reported the words of Miles Teller, born in 1987. Regarding the possibility of a third chapter of the franchise, inaugurated in 1986 with the cult directed by Tony Scott. “It would be fantastic, but it all depends on Tom Cruise”.
The actor's words immediately wowed the audience, eager to see a new chapter starring Pete Mitchell. All that remains is to wait to know any future developments.
That it would be a success, it was more than a hope. But no one expected Top Gun: Maverick. Would become the second film to pass the billion dollar box office since the outbreak of the pandemic. A full-blown triumph. Which raised 60-year-old Tom Cruise 3 meters above the sky. And a budding Hollywood star, Miles Teller, takes center stage. So, why not think about a third installment on Mav and his fellow riders? No sooner said than done.
Interviewed by the Etonline site on the South Lake Tahoe golf course during a golf tournament. Miles Teller revealed that he had "chatted" with Tom Cruise about the possibility of making another film in the series. When asked directly if there will be Top Gun 3, the actor replied: "That would be great. But it all depends on TC. It all depends on Tom. I've had some conversations with him about it, but, as they say in these cases, we'll see."
Maybe Tom Cruise should really give it a little thought. After all, the first collaboration with the 35-year-old star of the Divergent trilogy. Made him collect a monstrous sum at the box office. The highest ever achieved in his entire forty-year career. More than the best Mission: Impossible. "Yes, my agents have also noticed. They will use it to negotiate for the film in the future, ”Teller joked. That he has only fine words for his colleague. “It was a breakneck race for him to share the world of Top Gun with me and other young actors. A race that has not stopped yet.
Tom Cruise film ominously approaches the all-time top 20 box office. New information emerges about the reckless Paramount Pictures production directed by Joseph Kosinski.
Apparently, in fact, the Top Gun sequel recruited real combat pilots for certain scenes that involved the use of real US Navy aircraft. The F / A-18 Super Hornets and F-35s. As you know, but let's repeat it again just to be clear, Tom Cruise and his co-stars did indeed fly the planes you see in Top Gun Maverick. However it is known that the F / A-18 Super Hornets and F-35s are inaccessible to civilians, due to United States Navy and Department of Defense regulations.
As we previously reported, the production actually leased those planes for filming. For the modest sum of $ 11,374 an hour but the law prevented Tom Cruise and the others from actually flying them. Now, according to a new report from Bloomberg, it is reported that Skydance and Tom Cruise have also 'hired' real pilots. Called to take the controls of the planes 'banned' by the government: for the scenes that involved the use of these aircraft. The actors positioned themselves behind the real pilots, who took the controls to perform the stunts.
Top Gun: Maverick cost about $ 170 million, and much of that budget was. Certainly used for the stunning aerial shots, but as box office figures show, the investment paid off.
It seems that everyone is conquered by it. Its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival ended with a five-minute standing ovation. It is breaking box office records. It was enthusiastically received by almost all major film critics.
And no doubt it is on track to generate an even more military "recruiting boom" than the first Top gun of 1986 did. Not surprisingly, the Pentagon has worked closely with the film's producers and invested a lot of money. resources in the two Top guns.
And now show business reporters are dreading the possibility of awarding an Oscar to Top gun: Maverick. We don't just talk about nominations for the editing, the sound, the sound effects and the original song, all of which the 86's Top gun had received. Now there is talk of best film and best actor for the eternal star Tom Cruise, or at least an honorary Oscar for his career, probably for saving Hollywood.
Does it need to be stressed that the first Top gun was a ridiculous shit?. Was it integral to the insane military architecture of the Ronald Reagan administration and the aggressive war policies of the 1980s?.
that in a 1990 interview, pretending not to know anything about the use that the US Navy had obviously made of the film. Tom Cruise the idea of ever being able to make a sequel? Cruise: Okay, it seemed to some that Top gun was a right-wing movie promoting the US Navy.
And many guys loved it. But I want the kids to know that war isn't like that, that Top gun was just a fun fair thing. A fun, no-13-year-old movie that didn't pretend to be reality. That's why I stopped and didn't do Top gun 2, 3, 4 and 5. It would have been irresponsible ”.
But that was the past, and this is the present: Tom Cruise is about to turn sixty and wants to be a star forever. And so a Top Gun sequel seemed like a good idea, not just for him, but for the entire film industry as well. Desperate for a way to bring audiences back to theaters en masse.
The result is Top gun: Maverick, as infamous and idiotic as the first film, but more elegant. Better edited, with more compelling action scenes and flooded with tears of nostalgia for the eighties. When Hollywood was booming and “It's Morning in America ”(it's morning in the United States) was a slogan coined by Reagan that people really believed.
Of course, it wasn't morning. It was a dark twilight with intense acid rain pouring down. And today is midnight, and here we go again with another Top gun. The new film, however. Is in some ways even more ridiculous than the first, something I didn't think was possible.
"For 110 years, Paramount Pictures has produced and distributed some of the most iconic films in Hollywood history. Including the classic Titanic, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year," said Brian Robbins, President and CEO of Paramount Pictures. “Top Gun: Maverick is a phenomenal film and we are deeply proud to celebrate this extraordinary achievement alongside Tom Cruise. Our directors and cast, our marketing and distribution teams and, of course, all new and original Top fans. Gun without which this would not have been possible ”.
Top Gun: Maverick officially becomes the second film from 2019 to exceed $ 1 billion at the global box office. Sequel to the beloved 1986 Top Gun, Joseph Kosinski's Top Gun: Maverick sees the return of Tom Cruise's pilot Pete "Maverick" Mitchell.
The film sees Maverick take on a teaching role, training a new group of Top Gun pilots for a dangerous mission into enemy territory. Including Rooster (Miles Teller), the son of his late former flight partner, Goose (Anthony Edwards).
Top Gun: Maverick garnered almost universally positive reviews from both audiences and critics alike. And many praised the impressive aerial combat sequences. Kosinski previously stated that he shot more than 800 hours of filming for the film. With the cast members having to undergo significant training to be able to film themselves while in the cockpit of real fighter jets.
In addition to Rooster, Top Gun: Maverick introduces a host of new characters for audiences to cheer on. Including Jennifer Connelly as Penny, Jon Hamm as Cyclone, Monica Barbaro as Phoenix, Lewis Pullman as role of Bob. Jay Ellis as Payback and Glen Powell as Hangman. The film also brings back original Top Gun star Val Kilmer as Tom “Iceman” Kazansky.
According to a new report from Deadline, Top Gun: Maverick has officially passed the billion dollar mark at the global box office. Making it the second film from 2019 to do so after Spider-Man: No Way Home last year. The $ 1 billion includes $ 521.7 million earned at home and $ 484.7 million from international markets.