Director Tony Scott's 1986 classic starring Tom Cruise returns to the big screen for a limited engagement in IMAX 3D starting February 8.
The studio will release the 1986 Tom Cruise classic on February 8, 2013, with a Blu-ray 3D release to follow later in the year.
Paramount executives are worried that releasing the 3D version of the late director's 1986 classic will be deemed insensitive or exploitative.
The Rock of Ages star reveals he wants to 'fly those jets' in Paramount Pictures' upcoming sequel.
Transformers 4 has brought on writer Ehren Kruger, Noah adds Saoirse Ronan, and Tom Cruise is close to signing for Top Gun 2.
The writer will write the film with Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Skydance Productions.
The actor says making another movie with director Tony Scott is what intrigued him about returning for a sequel to the 1986 aerial classic.
The X-Men: First Class duo are in talks to pen the script for Jerry Bruckheimer's aerial sequel.
Legend3D is working on the conversion of Tony Scott's aerial classic, which should hit theaters early next year.
The actress looks back at director Tony Scott's blockbuster hit, on Blu-ray this Tuesday, August 30th.B. Alan Orange
The director didn't confirm if Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer will return as Maverick and Iceman.
Screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie sent out an update about his sequel that squashes rumors Maverick will only be making a cameo.
Paramount has offers out to director Tony Scott and producer Jerry Bruckheimer to revitalize this 1986 classic.
A new story reveals that Cruise is keen on reprising his role as Pete Maverick Mitchell.