In 2020, due to the pandemic, Paramount Pictures sold some of its films to streaming services. However, the studio probably has special hopes for “Top Gun: Maverick”, as it refused to sell this picture.
Paramount Pictures reportedly received offers from Netflx and Apple, but the film company did not deal with the new Top Ghana title in the same way as with Trial of the Chicago Seven, the thriller No Mercy and the sequel to Trip to America.
The film takes place 34 years after the events in the first film. Legendary Peter Mitchell decides to work as the new Top Gun flight instructor, which also trains Bradley Bradshaw, the son of Nick “The Goose” Bradshaw, who aspires to become a pilot like his father.
Perhaps Paramount Pictures thinks Top Gun: The Maverick will perform well enough to recoup production and make a profit. The world premiere of the tape is still slated for July 1st.