TOP GUN: MAVERICK RELEASE DATE POSTPONED YET AGAIN DUE TO CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC READ TO FIND OUT THE NEW RELEASE DATE, CAST INFO, TRAILER, AND UNEXPECTED PLOT DETAILS!!

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Paramount’s Top Gun: Maverick a sequel to Tom Cruise’s 1986 classic, is the latest upcoming summer movie to vacate its release date as theaters remain closed to stop the spread of the COVID-19. The anticipated follow-up was scheduled to debut June 24 and will now release date Dec 23, 2020.

The movie joins a growing list of tentpoles that were pulled from release because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent closure of multiplexes.

Top Gun: Maverick cost over $150 million to make, so Paramount is counting on massive ticket sales in order to turn a profit. The delay gives Paramount more time to roll out a massive global marketing campaign.

Originally scheduled to hit theaters in July 2019. Top Gun: Maverick had its release pushed back almost a year by Paramount Pictures. The studio eventually announced June 26, 2020. The June 24 release date follows Paramount’s trend of releasing some of its biggest films o a Wednesday, which was the case for many of the Transformers movies and the studio’s other big movies.

On December 16 Paramount released a new trailer for The Top Gun sequel these ones spend more time in the cockpit with Tom Cruise’s character, opening on the ace pilot making some risky fight maneuvers as a voiceover explains to the training program’s students us, the audience that this is one of the finest pilots to ever come out of the Top Gun flight academy.

The movie brings back original Top Gun star Tom Cruise as Pete Maverick Mitchell, the hotshot pilot character that helped make Tom Cruise a superstar.

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