Top Gun 3 Possibility Addressed By Paramount Boss
Brian Robbins, President and CEO of Paramount Pictures, described the possibility of making Top Gun 3.
For many, including Robbins, the biggest surprise of the year was the extent of the success of Top Gun: Maverick, especially when it came out after the original film.
36 years have passed since Tony Scott's Top Gun was released, but despite the long delay, there is a clear desire for high-octane action.
This is best illustrated by the fact that Top Gun: Maverick completely exceeded box office expectations.
The financial success corresponded to the excellent rating of Top Gun: Maverick with 97% on Rotten Tomatoes and 78 on Metacritic,
and most critics seem to agree that they pack their blows not only into exciting action sequences, but also into more emotional moments.
The lawsuit claims that Top Gun: Maverick has elements similar to Yonay's article, which the studio no longer has the right to use because the copyright has expired after 35 years.
If anything, it remains to be seen, although it could put a huge strain on working on any potential Top Gun 3.