Glen Powell Hilariously Responds to Losing ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Role

Variety reports that Only the fearless star Miles Teller has been recruited to join gate cast of Paramount and Skydance's Top Gun sequel, Top Gun: Maverick. In case you don't remember Top Gun-go rewatch it, already-Goose, played by Anthony Edwards, was Maverick's co-pilot, though he died during the events of the film. Teller will be portraying Maverick's protege and Goose's son in the upcoming film.

Considering Maverick blames himself for Goose's death, it's safe to assume his reconciliation with the man's child will be an emotional one.

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Paramount Pictures has set the Top Gun sequel release date for July 12, 2019.

Joseph Kosinski, who previously directed Cruise in Oblivion, will helm the sequel, with Peter Craig, Justin Marks and Eric Warren Singer penning the script. Cruise is reprising his role as Maverick in the sequel.

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Top Gun 2 is said to be set in a world of drone technology and fifth generation fighters along with exploring the end of the era of dogfighting.

Miles also took to Twitter after the casting decision was made.

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Actors Glen Powell and Nicholas Hoult had been up for the much sought-after part, but Teller won out. Cruise, Jerry Bruckheimer and Skydance CEO David Ellison will produce the film. Maybe, I'll leave one. Teller is the first new cast member to be announced for the production, joining Cruise and Val Kilmer who both reprise their roles from the classic 1986 original film. Two for symmetry. Okay, the posters are staying.

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