'Top Gun' Sequel Gets a Delayed Release Date

We were counting on Top Gun 2 to be in theaters next summer, but the sequel's studio announced this week that that's not going to happen. Read on to find out how long you're going to have to see what Maverick and Iceman are up to these days.

Via Deadline.

Paramount/Skydance’s Top Gun: Maverick, the long-awaited sequel to the 1986 Tom Cruise smash, is flying out of next summer to June 26, 2020. The pic had an original release date of July 12, 2019, but we hear the extended time will allow the production to work out all the complex flight sequences so that the pic can be great.

In addition, Paramount has dated the sequel to A Quiet Place for May 15, 2020, which John Krasinski is writing. Platinum Dunes is producing. No director as of yet.

Meanwhile, next November 2019, Paramount is moving two releases up by a week: Sonic the Hedgehog goes from November 15 to November 8, while Skydance’s Terminator movie shifts from November 22 to November 15.

Joseph Kosinski, who directed Cruise in Oblivion, is directing Top Gun: Maverick. Deadline announced exclusively last week that Jon Hamm, Ed Harris and Lewis Pullman are joining the growing cast as well as Charles Parnell (A Million Little Pieces), Jay Ellis (Insecure), Bashir Salahuddin (GLOW), Danny Ramirez (Assassination Nation), and Monica Barbaro (The Good Cop).

Previous announced castings include Miles Teller, Glen Powell, Jennifer Connelly and former Top Gun alum Val Kilmer reprising his role as Iceman.

Get the rest of the story at Deadline.

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