Top Gun

(1986)

Maverick is a reckless ace fighter pilot, living with the ghosts of his famous aviator father and his own penchant for hijinks. Along with his best friend and navigator, Goose, Maverick attends the Navy's elite air combat academy where the two work together to compete for the title of Top Gun against the best of the best Naval aviators.

Breaking rules and convention is his specialty and, true to form, Maverick falls in love with a civilian instructor at the academy. When his best friend, Goose, is killed in training, Maverick must pull himself back from the brink to prove that he can change his ways and become a team player.

EXCLUSIVE: Kenny Loggins Talks ‘Top Gun 3D’ and the Lasting Power of ‘Danger Zone’

EXCLUSIVE: Kenny Loggins Talks ‘Top Gun 3D’ and the Lasting Power of ‘Danger Zone’

Late director Tony Scott reinvented the action movie with his 1986 classic Top Gun, which remained at the top of the box office charts for an unprecedented four months. This romantic thriller ushered in an era of MTV-style filmmaking, with its quick-cuts, non-stop action, and its chart-topping soundtrack loaded with number one hits. Its obvious that Top Gun wouldn't have been half as cool without singles such as 'Danger Zone', 'Take My Breath Away', 'Heaven in Your Eyes', and 'Playing with the Boys' helping to push forth the narrative. In fact, Tom Cruise's career defining hit is as much remembered for these songs as it is anything else.

Fully restored and converted, Top Gun 3D hit IMAX theaters for a one-week limited run last weekend, and now, the Blu-ray has come home to roost. To celebrate this newly immersive release of the ageless classic, we caught up with renowned 80s songsmith Kenny Loggins, who contributed two number one singles to the soundtrack, with the defining song 'Danger Zone' and the party hit 'Playing with the Boys'. Kenny Loggins took us through some of the history of the song, and revealed that it was originally supposed to be preformed by Toto.

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CONTEST: Win ‘Top Gun 3D’ on Blu-ray!

CONTEST: Win ‘Top Gun 3D’ on Blu-ray!

After a limited theatrical run, the classic Top Gun will be released in Blu-ray 3D February 19, giving fans an opportunity to experience director Tony Scott's aerial thriller in ways you never have before. Tom Cruise stars as Maverick, the role that made him a global superstar, as he takes his renegade flying style to the Top Gun academy, to compete with the best of the best. If you want to experience this 1986 classic in high-definition 3D, we have a contest where we're giving away copies of this new Blu-ray 3D. These prizes will be gone before you know it, so act fast and take home this blockbuster today.

HERE'S HOW TO WIN! Just "Like" (fan) the Facebook page (below) and then leave a comment below telling us why these prizes must be yours! If you already "Like" , just leave a comment below telling us why these prizes must be yours!

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EXCLUSIVE: Tom Skerritt Talks ‘Top Gun 3D’

EXCLUSIVE: Tom Skerritt Talks ‘Top Gun 3D’

The 80s action classic Top Gun is back in theaters this weekend, converted for the first time in glorious 3D. Directed by Tony Scott, Tom Cruise stars as Maverick in this story of an elite group of pilots competing to be the best in their class. Tom Skerritt appeared in the iconic movie as CDR Mike "Viper" Metcalf, a mentor of sorts to Cruise's Pete Mitchell. To celebrate the film's release back on the big screen, we caught up with Viper to reminisce about this landmark drama, which ushered in a whole new era of action movies. Watch our exclusive interview with Tom Skerritt and go back to the 80s for some 3D Volleyball and a lot of flying missiles.

Top Gun was released May 16th, 1986.

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‘Top Gun 3D’ Poster

‘Top Gun 3D’ Poster

Paramount Pictures has rolled out a new poster for their 3D re-release of Top Gun, which will only be playing in IMAX 3D theaters for six days, starting February 8. Relive all the action and drama with Tom Cruise as Maverick, Anthony Edwards as Goose, Val Kilmer as Iceman and the rest of the Top Gun pilots as they strive for aerial supremacy. Take a look at the one-sheet, then CLICK HERE to watch the re-release trailer that debuted last week.

Top Gun was released May 16th, 1986.

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‘Top Gun 3D’ Trailer

‘Top Gun 3D’ Trailer

In case you forgot last month's announcement that the 1986 classic Top Gun is being re-released in IMAX 3D, Paramount Pictures has debuted a new trailer to serve as a reminder. Fans of director Tony Scott's aerial drama can relive all the excitement as Maverick (Tom Cruise), Goose (Anthony Edwards), and Iceman (Val Kilmer) kick the tires and light the fires on the big screen, in eye-popping 3D. We know you ladies, and a few of you men, are curious how that volleyball scene will look in 3D. Take a look at this new video before heading to IMAX 3D theaters February 8 for this limited six-day theatrical engagement.

Our report from December also revealed that Paramount Home Media Distribution will be releasing Top Gun in Blu-ray 3D later this year. Although a street date has not been announced yet, the new release will include a brand new six-part documentary about the making of Top Gun, along with interviews and commentary tracks.

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‘Top Gun’ 3D Confirmed for IMAX Release in February of 2013

‘Top Gun’ 3D Confirmed for IMAX Release in February of 2013

Last month, we reported that the 3D re-release of Top Gun may not happen, after the untimely death of director Tony Scott. Today, Paramount has announced that they are, in fact, moving forward with Top Gun 3D, setting it for a six-day limited release starting February 8, with a Blu-ray 3D release set to follow later in the year. Take a look at the official details.

Top Gun, Paramount Pictures' 1986 classic from director Tony Scott, producers Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer, and starring Tom Cruise, takes off on a new adventure with an exclusive six-day 3D engagement in select IMAX theatres beginning February 8, 2013. The film has been re-mastered for the IMAX 3D release and subsequent debut on Blu-ray.

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‘Top Gun 3D’ Rerelease and ‘Top Gun 2’ in Limbo After Tony Scott Suicide

‘Top Gun 3D’ Rerelease and ‘Top Gun 2’ in Limbo After Tony Scott Suicide

Paramount executives are worried that releasing the 3D version of the late director's 1986 classic will be deemed insensitive or exploitative.

‘Top Gun’ Gets 3D Conversion Re-Release!

Legend3D is working on the conversion of Tony Scott's aerial classic, which should hit theaters early next year.