Among the events the film that they had planned for this year that were affected by the Covid-19, many were expecting big premieres such as the film’s solo Black Widow with Scarlett Johansson, the sequel to Wonder Woman and the highly anticipated film number 25 in the famous british agent James Bond that had to delay their new releases by the pandemic, hurting the world.
One of the tapes that we would come to the middle of the year and it was a hit full of nostalgia for those who watched the classic Top Gun (Tony Scott, 1986) in the eighties was its sequel Maverick that would go to the cinema 34 years after for all the fans who remember the character Pete “Maverick” Mitchell who was played by a young Tom Cruise when the actor had his 24 years, now Cruise scratching almost 60 years, he would return to this iconic role that catapulted him to fame on the 24th of June 2020, but as we know that’s not going to happen until the end of the year.
Beyond their ability theatrical way or that is one of the men most sought after in the industry, Tom Cruise stands out because it is one of the few actors in Hollywood that does not use doubles risk for filming action scenes, which demonstrated once on the tape of the pilots of the air force where he had to train for weeks to be able to perform the maneuvers required in the air-and all this I am confirmed in a behind-the-cameras that were released through social networks where you can see the actor flying the jet fighter at full speed.
According to the director Joseph Kosinski (Tron:Legacy, Oblivion) used an innovative system of shooting which allowed them to mount 6 IMAX cameras in the cabin of the aircraft, all at the request of Tom Cruise, as reported on the short, which inspired other of the main actors of the tape as miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Monica Barbaro, among others, to perform their stunts.
With a message on your social networks, Tom Cruise apologized for the delay of the tape and confirmed the date for the premiere of the film will be the 23rd of December this year and told their fans that they will only have to wait a little more and stay safe.