Do you feel the need? The need for MORE speed?
Speaking to the hosts of "Sunrise", Tom Cruise confirmed that a "Top Gun" sequel could start filming as early as next year. Rumours of the sequel have been floating around as far back as 2010, so here's what we know so far.
When Tony Scott, the director of "Top Gun", took his life in 2012 many believed the sequel had been abandoned, but in the last year more and more information has been released relating to the production.
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer has been pretty vocal about confirming that the project has been on the cards, posting a tweet in January 2016 of him and Cruise "discussing a little Top Gun 2".
When he was asked about the casting, Bruckheimer told "Entertainment Tonight", "Yeah of course, you don't make 'Top Gun' without Tom Cruise!"
Val Kilmer also confirmed he'd be jumping back in the cockpit -- a little too keenly in fact -- posting to Facebook an announcement, then backtracking the next day.
Kilmer's involvement has since been confirmed, in a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything), the actor was asked if he was involved and he replied with a resounding "Hell yes".
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