Val Kilmer Will Return As Iceman In Top Gun: Maverick


The film won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Take My Breath Away" performed by Berlin.

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Pete "Maverick" Mitchell became Cruise's signature breakout role in the 1986 classic Top Gun, directed by the late Tony Scott. The Wrap reports that Kilmer will return to the franchise to play Maverick's longtime rival in the upcoming sequel.

The first Top Gun was the highest-grossing film of 1986, but will audiences still flock to theaters for more of this world and these characters? Cruise tweeted on May 31 that production for the long-awaited sequel had started. Production on the long-in-the-works follow-up began last week, and Tom Cruise is back again in the lead role. "#Day1", he captioned the shot, which read "Feel the need", referencing one of Top Gun's most famous lines.

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At the end, however, Iceman told Maverick, "You can be my wing man anytime".

"Friends said it's official - #TOPGUN2 was announced today", Kilmer wrote on Instagram. In an Instragram post in May, Kilmer alluded to the fact that Iceman beat out Maverick for the Top Gun Trophy given to the top pilot in the original film. Still got the moves! It is also worth mentioning here that Kilmer recently opened up about his cancer battle and recovery.

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The Paramount movie, which hits theaters next summer on July 12, 2019 and is now in production in San Diego, follows fighter pilots who are entangled in a drone-driven airspace which has made their flying obsolete. Joseph Kosinski is directing.