He's back and more badass than ever!
In a surprising announcement, Tom Cruise is roaring back into theaters with "Top Gun 2: Maverick", and it looks pretty damn epic.
“Thirty-plus years of service. Combat medals. Citations. Only man to shoot down three enemy planes in the last 40 years," Ed Harris tells Cruise’s title character in the opening sequence.
“Yet you can’t get a promotion. You won’t retire. And despite your best efforts, you refuse to die. You should be at least a two-star admiral right now, yet here you are — captain. Why is that?”
“It’s one of life’s mysteries, sir," Cruise responds, ever the cool customer, partially because saying, “Sir, you definitely know about the Fat Leonard incident,” would have knocked his status down a few notches.
Do you think Maverick has hit the high-year tenure limit for an O-6? What the hell does Ed Harris mean when he tells Maverick that his kind is "going extinct"?
I don't know about you, but I'm thinking Russian invasion of the American government. (This seems like a perfect opportunity for Captain America to show up and punch some Russian spies/nazis.)
What do you think is going to happen in the eagerly anticipated second installment of Top Gun? Let us know in the comments!
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