Asked about persistent rumors of a sequel to the 1986 flyboy blockbuster, Cruise told the hosts of the Australian TV program Sunrise, "It is definitely happening".
The Danger Zone may be getting old and dusty, but Tom Cruise says he's about to fly back in.
Actor Tom Cruise unveils a 75-foot tall sarcophagus to promote the film "The Mummy" at the Hollywood and Highland gateway in Hollywood, California, May 20, 2017.
The 1986 Reagan-era flyboy epic propelled Cruise to superstar status. Producer Jerry Bruckheimer previously outlined that the film will deal with the rise of unmanned drones and pilots becoming a thing of the past. Just three days ago, he followed it up with the following post: "In Paris for #PiratesoftheCaribbean press and stopped by the MI:6 set to see TC on the 31st anniversary of Top Gun opening day".
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Israel arrests 2 after deadly West Bank clash
When the settler drove through the crowd, protesters began beating the vehicle and throwing rocks at it. A Palestinian was seriously hurt and another 9 were slightly injured in clashes near Gaza's border.