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    Tom Cruise May Return To The Danger Zone As Top Gun 3 Enters Development

    Who even is Pete “Maverick” Mitchell without his high-flying family? Should Cruise return for “Top Gun 3,” the plan is to also bring back his “Maverick” co-stars Miles Teller (who played Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw, the resentful son of Maverick’s late pal “Goose” and the student to Cruise’s mentor in “Maverick”) and Glen Powell (who played fellow hotshot pilot Jake “Hangman” Seresin). THR claims that “Maverick” director Joseph Kosinski — who also worked with Cruise on his sci-fi action flick “Oblivion” — is similarly lined to call the shots on the threequel. Indeed, between his (arguably underrated) firefighter drama “Only the Brave,” “Maverick,” and his upcoming Formula One racing flick starring Brad Pitt, Kosinski has basically cemented himself as the go-to choice for this breed of adrenaline-fueled Dad Cinema in general.

    Needless to say, Paramount is hoping lightning will strike again with “Top Gun 3” after “Maverick” brought home nearly $1.5 billion at the box office and secured multiple Oscar nods (including one for Best Picture) in 2022. Admittedly, it’s a bit of an apples-to-oranges situation; after all, “Maverick” had the benefit of not only being a legacy sequel to an ’80s blockbuster more than three decades in the making but also being hyped as a must-see big screen event that welcomed throngs of moviegoers back to theaters in the aftermath of the 2020 lockdowns. All the same, it would frankly be more confusing if Paramount wasn’t trying to get their threequel up and going as quickly as possible, not least of all given its dire financial straits at the moment.

    More on “Top Gun 3” as the story develops.

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