A sequel to the 1986 original which looks at Maverick in his later years.
It's been awhile since we've heard about any movement on Top Gun 2. But with Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation opening next weekend, Tom Cruise is back on the press circuit, and sure enough, the subject came up. The actor had some interesting things to say about the potential sequel that will make fans very happy. Speaking with Extra, he assures eager audiences worldwide that the movie will not be filled with CGI fighter jets.
Top Gun 2 was starting to move full steam ahead back in 2012, and would have probably been in theaters last year, had not a terrible tragedy befallen the project. Original Top Gun director Tony Scott was set to return, and in the few interviews he gave about the sequel, seemed genuinely excited about it. The director took his own life in August of 2012, though. He jumped off the Vincent Thomas Bridge in the San Pedro port district of Los Angeles, California. Production on Top Gun 2 was halted at the time of his suicide. And no new director has ever been announced.Read More
Nine months after we reported the highly-anticipated sequel Top Gun 2 is back in development at Paramount Pictures, the studio has brought on Justin Marks (The Jungle Book) to write the screenplay.
Peter Craig (The Town) signed on to write the script back in March 2012, but that was when original Top Gun director Tony Scott was still attached to the project, before his tragic suicide later that year. We reported in November 2012 that the sequel was in limbo following his death, before Paramount revived the project after producer Jerry Bruckheimer signed a first look deal with the studio.Read More
Although no director is attached at this time, Peter Craig (The Town) signed on to write the script back in March 2012, but it isn't known if he is still involved at this time.
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Jerry Bruckheimer has finalized a new three-year first-look deal with Paramount Pictures, with the sequels Top Gun 2 and Beverly Hills Cop 4 among the first projects he plans on getting off the ground. We reported in September that the producer is not renewing his deal with Disney, which expires next year. His deal with Paramount begins in April 2014.
Top Gun 2 has been in development for quite some time, but we haven't heard anything about the sequel since director Tony Scott committed suicide last August. Tom Cruise is attached to star, reprising his role as Pete "Maverick" Mitchell from the original Top Gun. Peter Craig (The Town) signed on to write the script last March, but it isn't known if he is still involved.Read More
The Hollywood community was rocked in August when famed director Tony Scott committed suicide at the age of 68. The filmmaker's shocking death has halted plans for Top Gun 2, and has Paramount executives questioning whether or not they should release a 3D-converted version of the original Top Gun in theaters.
We first reported on the Top Gun 3D conversion last September, which Paramount had originally hoped to use to get fans excited for the impending sequel. Now that Top Gun 2 isn't happening, the studio doesn't want to seem insensitive or exploitative by releasing Top Gun in 3D. Insiders claim that Tony Scott responded positively to Top Gun's 3D conversion in the weeks leading up to his death.Read More
We reported in March that Peter Craig (The Town) is writing the screenplay, with Tony Scott directing and Jerry Bruckheimer prodcuing. Paramount Pictures president Adam Goodman also revealed in April that they will likely make this sequel before a follow-up to Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol.
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Paramount Pictures president Adam Goodman recently offered several updates on the studio's upcoming projects, including Top Gun 2, Transformers 4, Noah, and the Untitled Jack Ryan Project.
The executive also revealed they are still planning on shooting the Untitled Jack Ryan Project after Chris Pine wraps on Star Trek 2, with a 2013 release date being considered.Read More
http://movieweb.com/person/peter-craig/ Paramount has inked a deal with The Town writer, Peter Craig, to write Top Gun 2. We http://movieweb.com/tom-cruise-confirms-top-gun-2-involvement/reported that Tom Cruise would be involved with the project back in December.
The original follows macho students of an elite US Flying school for advanced fighter pilots compete to be best in the class, and one romances the teacher. The sequel is said to be a look at Maverick in his later years.Read More