TOM Cruise has strictly reliable plans to make a supplement to his iconic 80s movie, Top Gun.
The Hollywood star finally gave fans sum about the film as he suggested filming would start in 2018.
Speaking on Australia’s Sunrise about either reconstitute rumours were correct, the actor couldn’t censor his grin as he said: “It’s true.”
As the horde pushed for some-more details, he teased: “You know what? I’m going to start filming it substantially next year.”
The star even seemed to conclude how big his proclamation was as he admitted: “You’re the first people I’ve pronounced this to.”
“You asked me, and so I’m revelation you it is going to happen.”
Tom done his central jump into Hollywood stardom interjection to his role as cocky determined pilot Pete ‘Maverick’ Mitchell in the classical film.
The film saw his impression tumble in adore with pleasing instructor, Charlie Blackwood, played by Kelly McGillis.
Rumours of a reconstitute first widespread back in 2008 as it was reported film bosses were penetrating to revive the 1986 flick.
An source told The Sun at the time: “The thought is Maverick is at the Top Gun school as an instructor – and this time it is he who has to understanding with a cocky new womanlike pilot.”
The bustling actor is now on the promotional route for his latest film, The Mummy.
Tom plays Nick Morton in the reboot which sees his impression learn that the underworld is in fact the 2,000 year old jail of Egyptian Queen Ahmanet.
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