Tom Cruise and Miles Teller
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Top Weapon: Radical is one of the biggest films ever, having already made over $ 100 million more than anything else launched this year in the U.S. alone, and a minimum of one of its stars is– unsurprisingly– interested in doing a sequel. That passionate pilot is the jet fuel-powered Miles Teller, who has yet to find a franchise that truly works for him save for the B-tier Divergent series (his Wonderful Four film certainly didn’t make the case for any follows up), so a still-hypothetical Top Gun 3 would be a big offer. Either that or he needs to go on and make Whiplash 2: Whiplash’s Vengeance, where he and J.K. Simmons collaborate to ruin the life of an even younger percussion prodigy.Anyway, Teller talked about potentially making another Top Weapon motion picture to Home entertainment Tonight just recently, sayin it”would be fantastic “however that it’s”all up to TC“(that’s what show-biz individuals call Tom Cruise ). Teller added he’s” been having some conversations” with Cruise about it, though, so” we’ll see. “It took decades for this 2nd Leading Weapon motion picture to come out, which patience clearly paid off since the motion picture is normally being regarded as an improvement on the first movie, so it would be intriguing if Cruise is unexpectedly willing to jump directly into another one. That’s more of a Mission: Impossible thing, considering that they want to bank as a lot of those as they can in the past Cruise ends up being too old to hang onto an upside-down helicopter as it flies loops over an endless gorge, so perhaps they’ll wait a couple of years again and make a film about an older Maverick and Rooster training yet another generation of fighter pilots.Or they can eliminate 2 Roosters with one stone and integrate Top Gun 3 with the movie Tom Cruise wishes to make in space. Who much better to fly a spaceship than freakin’Maverick? Well, possibly an experienced spaceship pilot … however there most likely aren’t any of them as popular as ol’ TC.