Few game film collaborations fit than Top Gun Maverick DLC for Ace Combat 7 Skies Unknown. Bandai Namco has announced this DLC for its aircraft action game that debuted in 2019, and it will be ready in the spring. More details will be given soon.
Project Top Gun: Maverick Aces has released a variety of content since launch, both paid and free, expanding the number of missions, planes, skins, and more. Now there is one month left for the premiere of Top Gun Maverick -May 27-, the long-awaited sequel to Top Gun starring Tom Cruise; It was scheduled for July 2019, but was first delayed due to the complexity of the flight sequences and later due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This is not the first collaboration between the Paramount film and games of this theme. Microsoft Flight Simulator also had content announced in 2021 but was delayed with the release date change.
Ace Combat 7 exceeded 3 million copies sold and the director of the series, Kazutoki Kono, has confirmed that they are already working on a new installment in collaboration with ICLA, known for the development of Pokémon Brilliant Diamond / Shiny Pearl. It will use Epic Games technology again but updated, this time Unreal Engine 5, which we have already seen is capable of creating photorealistic cities without losing a single detail.
"The Project Aces staff will, of course, continue to be involved in the development of this new project, but as we celebrate 25 years and three million copies sold, we have come to understand that we have many fans of all tastes. Our small team cannot handle it all alone, so we're looking to expand the Ace Combat team in a big way," Kono said last summer.
Although it has been a long time since the first installment was released, it seems that the wait has been worth it. Since the reactions to Top Gun: Maverick are very positive, since they consider it "perfect", "emotional" and "a worthy successor".
Tom Cruise once again leads the film as Maverick, alongside him will be Jennifer Connelly as Penny Benjamin, Miles Teller as Bradley 'Rooster' Bradshaw, Lewis Pullman as Bob, Val Kilmer as Iceman, Monica Barbaro as Phoenix, Ed Harris as Rear Admiral, Jon Hamm as Cyclone, Glen Powell as Hangman, Jean Louisa Kelly as Carole Bradshaw, and Manny Jacinto as Fritz.
A real savagery. That is the most repeated comment in the premiere of the last trailer before the premiere of Top Gun Maverick. 36 years later, the idols of the air return, led by Tom Cruise, who once again takes to the skies at full speed and with a certain recklessness, but with a new goal: to find a successor at his level in flight school.
Top Gun: Idols of the Air (1986) was one of the mythical titles of the 80s directed by Tony Scott and starring the actor alongside Val Kilmer in which the interpreter played Maverick. Thirty years later, we will see the elite United States Navy aviator after he became one of the best pilots in flight school.
After more than thirty years of service as one of the best aviators in the United States Navy, Pete "Maverick" Mitchell (Tom Cruise) reconnects with his past when it is his turn to test the skills of Lieutenant Bradley Bradshaw (Miles Teller).
Facing an uncertain future and confronting the ghosts of his past, Maverick is drawn into a fight against his deepest fears, culminating in a mission that demands the ultimate sacrifice from those who will be chosen to fly.
Joseph Kosinski directs this sequel to the 80s classic with Tom Cruise, Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Glen Powell, Lewis Pullman, Charles Parnell, Bashir Salahuddin, Monica Barbaro, Jay Ellis, Danny Ramirez, Greg Tarzan Davis and Ed Harris in the distribution. Top Gun Maverick was written by Ehren Kruger, Eric Warren Singer, and Christopher McQuarrie from an original idea by Peter Craig and Justin Marks of characters created by Jim Cash and Jack Epps, Jr.
In early 2020 and then the pandemic hit, time and time again delaying the major's plans to release it in theaters. November 2021 was finally set as the official premiere day of the long-awaited return of Maverick and the rest of the air aces, but the rebound in coronavirus cases caused by the delta variant in the United States intimidated the production company that postponed it until this next 27 of May.
On May 31, 2018, filming began on the sequel to a film that grossed $357 million worldwide and won an Oscar for Best Song for Berlin's Take My Breath Away.
From June 12, 2019 until today, many things have happened. But one of those that should have happened and we are still waiting for is the premiere of 'Top Gun: Maverick', the sequel starring Tom Cruise 35 years later and that now, with its new trailer, promises that, this time, it will be screened in theaters shortly after its (surprising) stint at the Cannes festival.
'Top Gun' is one of the most defining films of the 80s, a succession of images of airplanes, magic hour and testosterone directed by Tony Scott and starring Tom Cruise before he dedicated himself to risking his life on every shoot. Now, times have changed, and if the last great superstar doesn't do stunts himself, he knows the public is going to be disappointed.
Therefore, for 'Top Gun: Maverick', the actor pilots his own fighter, discarding the CGI to show the real distortion on his face. Alongside him, Val Kilmer returns (at Cruise's insistence) and Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Miles Teller and Ed Harris join the cast. Who will not appear for the film is Kelly McGillis, the love interest of the first part, who did not even receive a phone call to repeat the character of her.
After a staggering number of delays, Tom Cruise's action flick arrives on May 27 after its Cannes premiere.
Following a staggering number of pandemic-related release date changes, Top Gun: Maverick finally hits theaters on May 27. The sequel to the Reagan-era blockbuster (also starring Tom Cruise) will first make a stop at the Cannes Film Festival for an out-of-competition premiere. This year's festival is held from May 17 to 28.
Here is the new trailer for the movie 'Top Gun: Maverick' (with subtitles in Spanish) on YouTube, where you can activate the subtitles to improve your English if you are learning, since watching movies in their original language is an excellent medium to make improvements in the understanding of the language, improve your pronunciation in English and also increase the learning of useful phrases used in everyday life in English-speaking countries such as the United States.
It will be the first time in three decades that a Cruise film has been shown at Cannes. Cruise's last appearance on the French festival's lineup was with Ron Howard's film Far and Away in 1992.
Once again, the film finds Cruise in Mission: Impossible mode, directing his own stunts. “For 34 years they have been very patient with me, and I felt it was my responsibility to deliver on everyone,” Cruise told the crowd at Comic-Con when the first trailer for the film was unveiled (several years ago). "Everything you're going to see in 'Top Gun: Maverick' is very real."
'Top Gun: Maverick' was directed by Joseph Kosinski and in addition to Cruise, it stars Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm and Val Kilmer.
The film picks up 30 years after the events of the original 'Top Gun,' with Cruise's Pete "Maverick" Mitchell now working in the prestigious United States Navy Fighter Tactics Training program he attended at the original movie. He is forced to navigate the increasingly complex world of drone warfare while mentoring a new generation of Navy pilots.
Serving more than thirty years as an avid US Navy aviator, Pete "Maverick" Mitchell (Tom Cruise) is where he belongs, pushing the limits as an experienced and dashing test pilot and avoiding the promotion that would bring him down. As he takes on the training of a detachment of TOPGUN graduates for a specialized mission the likes of which no pilot alive has ever seen, Maverick encounters Lieutenant Bradshaw (played by Miles Teller), "Rooster", son of the late mate.
Maverick's friend and radar intercept officer and Lieutenant Nick Bradshaw, aka "Goose". Facing an uncertain future and confronting the ghosts of his past, Maverick is drawn into a confrontation with his deepest fears, culminating in a mission that demands the greatest and most tenacious of sacrifices they will be appointed to make. pilot it”.
Watching this movie or another movie in its original language brings you great benefits if you are learning English.
After 36 years of waiting, Top Gun: Maverick will finally be released, the new movie by Tom Cruise where he returns to pilot fighter planes. Without a doubt, it will be a true cinematographic spectacle, since almost all the scenes have been shot with practical effects to give it more realism.
To prepare the shoot, the actors had to work hard and follow the demanding pace set by Tom Cruise. Because of that, they went to a training camp where they prepared for the film.
"He put us through. I'll call it a 'Tom Cruise boot camp.' We were getting in killer shape. And also for the stunts and stuff that Tom does in the movies, it's usually a very specific type of training. You don't just go to the gym and lift some weights. We did flight training for three months before we started filming We were put to the test.”
Miles Teller has already commented on other occasions on everything they did for the preparation of Top Gun: Maverick at the request of Tom Cruise. They had to build up their G-force tolerance and practiced with different types of planes and flew real F-18s. They seem to have been through a lot of what US Army soldiers go through.
Directed by Joseph Kosinski, the cast includes Tom Cruise as Maverick, Jennifer Connelly as Penny Benjamin, Val Kilmer as Iceman, Miles Teller as Bradley 'Rooster' Bradshaw, Ed Harris as Rear Admiral, Jon Hamm as Cyclone, Manny Jacinto as Fritz, Jean Louisa Kelly as Carole Bradshaw, Glen Powell as Hangman, Monica Barbaro as Phoenix, Danny Ramirez as Fanboy, and Lewis Pullman as Bob.