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Here comes second trailer of ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ is one of the most-awaited Hollywood films, left viewers with no optimal value that we did not attain from the first teaser back in July.

In the second trailer of Tom Cruise starrer upcoming drama-action didn’t provide accurate clues about real storyline, including no rundown of new characters, but little in the way of thematic content beyond rehashing the greatest hits moments as the protagonist (Cruise) appears riding a motorcycle, a volley game game, hot men sans shirts, aerial tricks, familiar music, and others from the first Top Gun.

Now the fans are expecting the third trailer of this aviation based action drama will be bringing required details about the film. After watching these two trailers, everyone feeling fear that whether the upcoming version of Top Gun movie can be better than this or not?

Everyone may be expecting the sequel will have been rocked theaters after its release on June 25, 2020 initially in Singapore as Tom Cruise’s previous ventures Edge of Tomorrow and American Made did.

Fears come from Tom’s movies Rock of Ages and The Mummy, which are generally good, but his fans expects a lot as he is tremendous entertainer. ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ needs to come with dazzling sequences like, Oblivion, Tron: Legacy fan, and Only the Brave which came out as one of the best movies of 2017.

Joseph Kosinski’s directorial Top Gun 2 features once again lead Tom Cruise, though written by Christopher McQuarrie who has known as one of the screenwriters. One thing we must remember about Paramount who always take care of film lovers as he has not been disappointed anyone, so its “big” franchises including Top Gun 2, the remaining Mission: Impossible movies, including SpongeBob are on way to hit theaters.

The film features Tom Cruise as lead along with others as Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Glen Powell, Lewis Pullman, Ed Harris, and Val Kilmer.

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