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Tom Cruise Arrives In A Helicopter For Top Gun: Maverick Movie Premiere

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oi-Sanyukta Thakare

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Tom
Cruise
is
all
set
to
return
as
his
classic
character
Pete
Maverick
after
36
years
with
the

Top
Gun

sequel.
The
actor
recently
attended
the
Top
Gun:
Mverick’s
San
Diego
premiere
in
a
style
best
fit
for
the
character.
Tom
landed
in
a
helicopter
onto
a
red
carpet
that
was
rolled
across
the
USS
Midway
for
the
occasion.

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While
at
the
premiere,
Tom
opened
up
about
returning
to
Top
Gun
three
decades
later.
He
said,
“The
sense
of
romance,
the
sense
of
adventure

there’s
a
world
that
you
want
to
be
in.
And
obviously,
there’s
always
something
about
aviation.”

Cruise’s
original
film
titled
Top
Gun,
became
a
cult
classic
and
popularised
concepts
like
“wingman” and
closeness
of
relationships
in
the
world
of
aviation.
He
added,
“The
culture
in
this
world
is
very
unique…
and
it’s
really
interesting
that
people
can
just
connect
with
the
friendships.

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Top
Gun:
Maverick

is
set
to
bring
the
hotshot
pilot
Maverick
back
to
the
Navy’s
elite
TOPGUN
fighter
weapons
school.
This
time
he
will
be
the
one
training
the
latest
batch
of
young
aviators.
The
trailer
released
earlier
this
year
revealed
that
another
known
name
will
be
returning
to
the
franchise.

Since
beloved
Goose
was
killed
in
the
1986
original
film
he
is
not
set
to
make
his
return,
however,
his
son
named
Rooster
will
be
seen
in
the
film.
The
trailer
also
revealed
that
Maverick
and
Rooster
both
have
not
dealt
with
Goose’s
death
and
it
will
add
tension
to
the
story.

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Tom
also
talked
about
the
film’s
opening
shot
and
said
that
he
knew
how
he
wanted
it
to
be.
According
to
reports,
the
movie
opens
with
a
throwback
sequence
set
on
an
aircraft
carrier.
Tom
explained,
“I
always
knew
that’s
how
I
wanted
to
open
the
movie,
right
from
the
beginning,
just
to
allow
the
audience
to
go
‘you’re
gonna
get
what
you
(want),
trust
me’.”

Director
Joseph
Kosinski
who
also
returned
with
the
sequel,
said
that
the
Navy
had
been
“wary”
when
the
original
was
shot
but
was
fully
supportive
and
helpful
when
they
began
work
on
the
second
film.
He
told
AFP,
“The
first
Top
Gun
was
a
reason
a
lot
of
these
guys
signed
up
for
the
Navy.
The
decision-makers
in
the
Navy
today
are
guys
who
signed
up
in
the
’80s
because
of

Top
Gun
.”

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Story first published: Saturday, May 7, 2022, 12:02 [IST]





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