Top Gun 2: Tom Cruise sequel – studio gives ‘major update on streaming plans’ | Films | Entertainment


Cruise returns to the Top Gun franchise for the first time in over 30 years in Top Gun: Maverick. The thrilling tale of the titular Maverick is due to continue on cinema screens in July this year, but all eyes now are on whether the studio will push it to streaming instead. Tenet acts as a stark warning for film distributors, as the film was released in cinemas in the summer of 2020, and did not perform as spectacularly as expected. After Tenet’s meagre response, a number of distributors pushed their films to streaming, instead of cinemas. In 2020 Disney moved two of its biggest releases, Mulan and Soul, to premiering on Disney Plus. Similarly, Warner Bros’ Wonder Woman 1984 premiered on HBO Max in the US, rather than in cinemas, and…



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