Tom Cruise confirms 'Top Gun' sequel is 'definitely happening'

Posted May 24, 2017

Because it was Tom Cruise's response when asked if a "Top Gun" sequel was in the works.

The ' Edge of Tomorrow' star, while giving an interview to an Australian morning-show Sunrise, said, "It is definitely happening".

"I'm going to start filming it, probably in the next year", the 54-year-old added, with a big grin across his face. When asked if the rumors were true, Cruise responded, "Yes, it's true". Cruise played Pete "Maverick" Mitchell, while the film also starred Val Kilmer, Kelly McGillis, and Tom Skerritt. Stranger things have happened, obviously, but I'd probably bank on this being legit, whether we want it to happen or not. "It's happening. It is definitely happening".

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Tom Cruise confirmed Tuesday that his 1986 movie will finally get a follow-up film. "Didn't you see my head was on the floor?' He was like, 'Well I told you, they don't call me Bozo for nothing'".

Cruise played the cocky pilot Maverick in "Top Gun", one of the top students in an USA training camp for elite military fighter pilots and engaged in a bitter rivalry with a fellow pilot played by Val Kilmer. The film won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Take My Breath Away" performed by Berlin.