Yes, yes and YES.
A to-be-named ‘Top Gun’ sequel is officially happening. And, more importantly, this sequel is currently filming with stars of the original classic movie in Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer.
Just let that sink in for a moment because, for many of us, that 1986 action thrill-ride set in motion our perspective of Naval fighter pilots.
It’s just awesome that a sequel has been set in motion…
into the ‘danger zone.’
The hype for Mission: Impossible – Fallout is building with great reviews being released left and right. As is the sequel to another beloved Tom Cruise favorite…
Tom Cruise and his Mission: Impossible team appears to be breaking all the
ankles rules for how good a sequel to an action film can be.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout premieres in theaters on July 27.
Have a Better Week Than Last Week.
In part thanks to nostalgia and in part thanks to The Goldbergs, the 1980s are alive and well in the year 2017.
Need an example?
A sequel to the 1986 fan-favorite Top Gun has just been confirmed by, yes,
Maverick Tom Cruise. Not only that, but Mr. Cruise revealed more intrguing tidbits about this forthcoming Top Gun follow-up…
This new Top Gun film is exciting for a few reasons:
- The creative team behind Top Gun will takes its stab at producing a successfully satisfying sequel attempt to a popular movie from the 1980s.
- Tom Cruise isn’t slowing down when it comes to taking on daring action movies with plenty of death-defying stunts.
- Top Gun is getting a sequel!
We’re all feeling the need, the need for a speedy production schedule for Top Gun: Maverick.
Tom Cruise lip-syncing popular songs? That’s a mission that would be impossibly amusing.
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon continues to prove its towering place in late night television specifically and pop culture more broadly in our social media-driven, nostalgia-loving (’90s favorites) society. Entertainment is king and Jimmy Fallon is one of its princes. Well, a jester to be more precise. Jimmy Fallon is a master at his craft with celebrity and musical impressions, improvisational banter with his comedic partner Steve Higgins and YouTube-worthy sketches.
And it’s all with a definitively positive attitude. Everyone has a good time, including the audience.
Business as usual (risky and hilarious) in Studio 6B.