Actor Jon Hamm reveals that Top Gun: “Maverick” will feature “Never-Before-Seen” Technology

Actor Jon Hamm reveals that Top Gun: “Maverick” will feature “Never-Before-Seen” Technology

In a recent interview Actor Jon Hamm reveals the details about that Top Gun: “Maverick”. Speaking to the actor at the world premiere for Amazon’s Good Omens, Collider’s Steve Weintraub got some details from Hamm on the upcoming sequel.

While the actor couldn’t divulge much about his character, he did reveal that director Joseph Kosinski is using some “never before seen” technology and shooting the film in 6K.

“They’re using some technology on this that is never before seen. We’re shooting the movie in, I think, 6K. So it’s incredibly hi-def. The aerial footage is mind-blowing. And it’s mostly practical. There’s not a lot of CG. Those guys are really up in planes and getting thrown around in multiple Gs.”

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Hamm also discussed the feeling of walking on to sets practically identical to those used in 1986 original, an experience that resulted in the footage he called “out of this world.”

“It’s a very strange experience but it’s been a wonderful experience as well. It’s basically getting the whole team back together. Unfortunately, [original director] Tony Scott is unavailable, but they’ve achieved a very similar vibe to the first one. I think it’s gonna be, for the people who love the first movie I think it’s gonna’ be very interesting to watch. It very much takes the story in a different direction. But I think for the new fans it’s gonna be something very cool, too. I’ve seen some of the footage, it is out of this world.”

SPOILER ALERT – Top Gun: “Maverick” in High Altitude Pressure Suit (After Ejection?)

on November 14, 2018, Interesting photos appeared on this morning showing actor Tom Cruise on the set of “Top Gun: Maverick” wearing an all-black flight suit. The interesting thing is that the flight suit appears to be a high-altitude pressure suit similar to the actual ones worn by high altitude reconnaissance pilots in aircraft like the U-2 and SR-71. Does Tom Cruise Eject From An SR-72?  See Details here: Link

Top Gun: “Maverick” in High Altitude Pressure Suit

on December 16, 2018, Tom Cruise was spotted Running In Flight Suit through the snow in Lake Tahoe for intense Top Gun 2 scenes

on December 20, 2018, Tom Cruise Reunited With An F-14 Tomcat fighter jet on Snowy Set in Tahoe In ‘Top Gun 2’

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Actor Jon Hamm reveals that Top Gun: “Maverick” will feature “Never-Before-Seen” Technology

Top Gun: Maverick will reportedly revolve around Tom Cruise’s Captain Pete “Maverick” Mitchell as he trains Bradley Bradshaw who is a pilot trainee, as well as the son of Maverick’s late partner Nick “Goose” Bradshaw (who was played by Anthony Edwards in the original 1986 film).

Bradshaw will be played by actor Miles Teller. Additionally, the new film will also feature Val Kilmer returning as Commander Thomas “Iceman” Kazansky, plus Jennifer Connelly, Glen Powell and Ed Harris will all also be appearing.

During Top Gun filling few Accusations of Tom Cruise disrespecting USS Theodore Roosevelt crew also surfaced on social media. Screenshot of USS Theodore Roosevelt crew chat surfaced on social media in which they were showing their hatred toward Tom Cruise. Accusations were later denied by Navy officials. Here are Details

The film’s screenplay was written by Peter Craig, Justin Marks, Christopher McQuarrie and Eric Warren Singer, based on characters created by Jim Cash and Jack Epps Jr. It is directed by Joseph Kosinski, who previously worked with Cruise on the 2013 sci-fi epic Oblivion.

Top Gun: Maverick was originally slated to release this year, but its premiere date was pushed back to June 26, 2020.

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