The highly anticipated sequel, starring Tom Cruise, was officially scheduled to be released (again) for November this year.
Top Gun: Maverick, a sequel to the classic 1980s series Top Gun starring Tom Cruise, will leave its premiere scheduled for November 19, according to information from the movie website Deadline. Previously, the film was scheduled to open on December 23, 2020, then delayed once to July 2, 2021.

The postponement of the film's release is the latest move by studios to this summer's film season, which fell into a similar situation last year - heavily influenced by the Covid-19 pandemic. Previously, Disney delayed the opening of the Black Widow movie from May to July 9 and will also launch online on the Disney Plus platform (in the form of a $30 Premier Access "early watch" service package).

The postponement of the Top Gun post-release has also had a knock-on effect on the release of other Paramount Pictures films. Two other films starring Cruise have been pushed back. Mission: Impossible 7 will move the launch date to May 27, 2022 instead of November this year, while Mission: Impossible 8 is also scheduled to be delayed from November 2022 to July 7, 2023, according to Deadline.

The movie Dungeons and Dragons will also be delayed from its premiere date to March 3, 2023. Paramount's announcement also said information about a part of the Star Trek movie has not been disclosed - but according to some sources, this is a project produced by JJ Abrams - is scheduled to open to the audience on June 9. 2023.

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