Producer Jerry Bruckheimer says Top Gun 2 is back on track, with Tom Cruise’s Maverick flying in to prove pilots aren’t obsolete.
Paramount Pictures grapples with the release of the 3D-converted Top Gun and the planned sequel to the 1986 hit in the wake of Tony Scott’s suicide.
The Town screenwriter Peter Craig is on deck to write the sequel to the 1986 Tom Cruise action drama Top Gun.
Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol star Tom Cruise claims to be “working on” a sequel to his hit 1986 action movie Top Gun.
Paramount Pictures is in negotiations with X-Men: First Class and Thor screenwriters Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz to pen the sequel to the 1986 action hit Top Gun.
Yes, it’s actually happening. First hinted at earlier this month, Top Gun 2 is, in fact, quite real, as director Tony Scott himself has confirmed to multiple outlets that he’ll get back into the cockpit for another ride off the flight deck.
If you thought the Top Gun franchise’s goose was cooked, you were wrong. Paramount Pictures is prepping a sequel to the 1986 aviation flick with Tom Cruise expected to return as Maverick, albeit in a smaller role.