The slow recovery of cinema in the United States and the uncertainty about the evolution of the pandemic have pushed Paramount to postpone the two blockbusters with Tom Cruise to May and September 2022.
Difficult to keep to the schedule. A new wave of postponements has just been announced for Tom Cruise and his long-awaited blockbusters. The release of Top Gun: Maverick, sequel to the mythical Top Gun of 1986, will not take place on November 19, 2021 as announced. We will have to wait until May 27, 2022, as reported Variety .
Shot in 2018, Top Gun: Maverick Originally due to be released more than two years ago, in July 2019, the production had decided to postpone the release to rework certain aerial scenes. The Covid-19 pandemic obviously did not help matters and the film should therefore see the light of day almost four years after its shooting.
To accompany Tom Cruise in this new opus of Top Gun, a top-flight cast: Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris and Val Kilmer. Directed by Joseph Kolinski, this sequel features a Maverick at the end of his career but still hungry for a thrill. He is in charge of forming a team of young pilots for a secret mission. On this occasion, he takes under his wing the son of his late friend Goose. A special mission that takes him back to new dizzying adventures.
May 27, 2022, is also the date initially scheduled for the release of Mission: Impossible 7. And it will finally be September 30, 2022. The shooting of the last born of the saga Impossible mission was scheduled to begin in Italy in February 2020. Logically postponed to a later date given the outbreak of the epidemic on that date, filming began last fall and continued during the summer of 2021.
Hollywood in uncertainty
These serial postponements, which have become the norm in recent months, can be explained above all by the very timid recovery of the sector in the United States, as well as internationally and the prospect of a rebound in the epidemic and its variants in the United States. coming months.
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