Hollywood actor Miles Teller said, "I've been having some conversations with him (Tom Cruise) about it. We'll see."
Tom Cruise talks about his Top Gun return, how he has worked years to make the sequel a reality, and how fans never let him forget all his famous lines and moments from the original 36 years ago
This is also the first time Tom Cruise has hit that milestone in his 40-year-long career.
With $401.8 million in North American ticket sales, Tom Cruise's patriotic blockbuster has surpassed 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness' ($398 million) to claim the No. 1 spot.
The movie sees Cruise's alter ego reunite with Val Kilmer's Tom 'Iceman' Kazansky and the actor has urged audiences to watch Kilmer's performance in the film.
Though undeniably one of the biggest stars in the world — perhaps even “the last movie star,” according to various headlines — Cruise is not known for massive blockbuster openings.
Still a captain, you might assume that the cocky ways of Maverick are long gone.
The much-awaited follow-up brings back Cruise as Pete "Maverick" Mitchell, the suave and daring US Navy aviator, alongside newcomers like Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly and Jon Hamm.
“Top Gun” represents two seemingly fading phenomena — the major movie star and the big-screen-only experience, for which Cruise has been a tireless ambassador.
Hollywood actor Tom Cruise says landing the role of Navy pilot Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell in 'Top Gun' was 'life-changing'.
Teller, 35, said he was "apprehensive" about joining the sequel, which was mounted on a big scale as he has always focused on doing "smaller-scale things" in his career.
Festival sources told The Hollywood Reporter, the much-awaited action spectacle will open at Cannes in advance of its Memorial Day premiere in theatres.