Top Gun: Maverick has given fans their own take on a Yule log, complete with an endless loop of the famed beach football scene. Tom Cruise is back in the highest-grossing domestic movie of the year. He plays Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, a talented pilot who must now mentor a new, elite group of young pilots to complete a seemingly impossible mission.
Maverick sends the pilots, including Phoenix (Monica Barbaro), Hangman (Glen Powell), Rooster (Miles Teller), and BOB (Lewis Pullman), out to the beach for a sweaty football game in order to let off some steam and perform some team building during one iconic scene of the movie. There is no new content that viewers may anticipate seeing in the just released video. The three-hour version, just like the film, provides a happy break from the action as Maverick and Top Gun’s best graduates play some football on the beach. The biggest distinction between this version and the movie, aside from duration, is that this version includes a festive instrumental soundtrack. ‘I Ain’t Worried’ by OneRepublic was used as the scene’s soundtrack in the film.
Top Gun: Maverick has been a resounding success since its first release earlier this year, consistently reaching new heights at the box office. It made $126.7 million during its debut weekend and has had strong performances every week. It finally overtook Avengers: Infinity War in the domestic box office, moving up to position #6 on the list of all movies ever made. It held steady and eventually made over $1 billion worldwide, becoming the first of Cruise’s films to do so. It is currently the highest-grossing film of 2022.
Ehren Kruger, Eric Warren Singer, and Christopher McQuarrie wrote the screenplay for the movie, which was directed by Joseph Kosinski. Glen Powell, Jon Hamm, Jay Ellis, Lewis Pullman, Charles Parnell, Bashir Salahuddin, Monica Barbaro, Danny Ramirez, Greg Tarzan Davis, Ed Harris, and Val Kilmer are among the additional cast members. Top Gun: Maverick can be ordered digitally or physically on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD. It can also be streamed on Paramount+.