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Top Gun: Maverick new Trailer takes a ride into the comfort zone

Top Gun: Maverick new Trailer takes a ride into the comfort zone
December 16, 2019
LOS ANGELES (Web Desk) – This second “Top Gun: Maverick” new trailer takes a ride into the comfort zone and offers almost nothing of value that we didn’t get from the first teaser back in July. Paramount Pictures released a new trailer for “Top Gun: Maverick”. Due for release in June 2020, the film featuring Tom Cruise is the sequel to "Top Gun" which released in 1985. The trailer sees Tom's character training a fresh group of Top Gun graduates. He also encounters Bradley "Rooster" Bradshaw (Miles Teller), the son of his late friend Goose. There’s no real plot, no rundown of new characters and little in the way of thematic content beyond rehashing the greatest hits moments (Cruise on a motorcycle, a volley game game, hot men sans shirts, aerial tricks, familiar music, etc.) from the first Top Gun. Is this cause for concern, or are they just holding their cards until the third and presumably final trailer later next year? The trailer may play well enough on an IMAX screen (I’ll try to find out on Thursday night or Friday morning), but it doesn’t exactly “justify” another go-around, and basing your entire marketing campaign on “Hey, it’s a sequel to that movie you liked 35 years ago!” is a dangerous game. The "Mission Impossible" actor is also seen riding a motorcycle. In July, Tom Cruise made a surprise appearance at Comic-Con to show the first trailer for the long-awaited sequel to his military action movie. “Top Gun: Maverick,” due for release in June 2020, sees the return of Cruise’s cocky fighter pilot more than 30 years after the original movie launched his career as a global action star. The first trailer showed Cruise wearing Pete “Maverick” Mitchell’s famous leather jacket, racing on a motorcycle and flying a fighter jet through a narrow snow-filled canyon. The sequel picks up decades after the 1986 box-office hit and features actor Miles Teller as the son of Anthony Edwards’ pilot Goose, who is killed during a training exercise in the first movie. “Top Gun: Maverick” also stars Jon Hamm, Ed Harris and Val Kilmer, who reprises his rule as Maverick’s rival Iceman.