‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Is Coming Soon And Val Kilmer Will Return Once Again!
The sequel for ‘Top Gun’ is up and coming, and fans can hardly contain their excitement. The sequel is a long-awaited film. Fans have been making continuous requests for a sequel ever since the release of ‘Top Gun’ in 1986, starring young Tom Cruise.
And now, a second film is on its way. Fans have been pondering over the cast and plot details of the upcoming movie. Although more information on the forthcoming film is scarce, the director has confirmed one thing: we will see some of the former ‘Top Gun’ actors make their return for the upcoming movie and its official. Here are the details.
‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Will Feature Val Kilmer As ‘Iceman’
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The upcoming film will be directed by Joseph Kosinski and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. A recent statement from Bruckheimer states that Val Kilmer will be reprising his role as Lt. Tom “Iceman” Kazansky and fans are in a frenzy. This means the sequel will once again bring back the golden duo to the big screens. Kilmer will be co-starring with Tom Cruise, who plays Lt. Pete “Maverick.”
However, Bruckheimer himself hasn’t confirmed the role that Kilmer will be playing in the upcoming film, except that he will return.
“No spoilers, but he’s in the movie.”
The upcoming film was slated for a June 24 release but had to be postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak, which put a stop to further filming. The film, which had been in the making for ten years, has now been rescheduled for a December 2020 release, that is provided things get back to normal by then.
Whereas many films and series have opted for an OTT releases, Jerry opted out. He decided, along with Kosinski, that the film will make a theatrical release this year.