If You’re Starting to Feel the Need for Speed, That’s Because Top Gun: Maverick It’s almost here! The long-awaited sequel hits theaters May 27, and only ET has an exclusive look at Tom Cruise’s return to the skies as Captain Pete “Maverick” Mitchell.
“All my life, I’ve wanted to make movies or fly an airplane or go to space,” Cruise says in a new featurette for the upcoming film. “I wanted to jump off buildings, ride a fast motorbike… My life is just full of stories – telling stories, creating characters.”
For Top Gun: Maverick, Cruise returns to his beloved character from the 1986 original. Maverick spent his intervening years as a test pilot, defying the Navy’s efforts to boost his chain of command so that he could stay in the air for as long as possible. But when a team of top recruits need to train for a nearly impossible mission, it’s Maverick who gets the call.
“It’s a film about competition,” Cruz explains. “It’s about teamwork. It’s a journey about one character, Maverick … He’s someone who challenges authority and can’t help himself.”
Behind the scenes, however, Cruise held the rights to the film’s high-flying scenes, explaining that he put his younger co-stars through their motions so they knew what to expect from the perspective of a real-life fighter pilot. Should be done – as well as how to film yourself in the cockpit RogueState of the art camera setup.
“I was able to create a whole program and a format for the actors out of it, to train them to enter an F-15 and operate the cameras,” he recalls. “They were very, very dedicated.”
“I get in the F-14, and we’re doing three flights a day and there’s nothing you can do — you’re going to vomit. First flight, I had that plastic right there,” Cruz Laughter connects with one. “So that’s why I immediately said, ‘I’m going to teach you everything there is to know about what you’re going to do on that plane, and as long as you get in that F-18, it’s not Going to surprise you like I had to go through.'”
Cruise’s personal “all-encompassing aviation training” took his co-stars through a string of aviation experience, from single-engine airplanes, the L-39, to the F-18 Super Hornet.
“I am very proud of what we all have achieved,” the actor said. Rogue’The cast of newcomers – including Miles Teller, Glen Powell, Jay Ellis, Monica Barbaro, Louise Pullman, Danny Ramirez and more – and their intense flight training. “Each of them is extraordinary.”
“Everyone thought it would be impossible for the actors to actually be in Jet,” said Taylor, who plays Lieutenant Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw, the son of Maverick’s late wingman and best friend, Goose.
“That’s the gift Tom gave us, that by the time we got there, we could handle it,” agrees Powell, who plays Lieutenant Hangman.
Clearly, Cruise’s lead was a motivating factor for the entire cast and crew—and the actor was clear in his devotion. top Gun The sequel that fans have been waiting for 30 years.
“I wanted it to be great for a worldwide audience. I wanted to be great for the people who have asked me to make it all these years.” “I wanted to be great to everyone involved and be great to [producer] Jerry Bruckheimer, for allowing me to be on the table as a young artist.”
“I have the best job in the world,” Cruz says. “I worry about how I am going to entertain all these wonderful people, and that is what I want to do. It will be their experience, and it was designed with a lot of love, a lot of care, a lot of them in mind.”
Top Gun: Maverick In theaters on May 27. See more on the film in the video below!
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