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'Top Gun: Maverick' Becomes 4DX/ScreenX's First Film to Gross $50 Million

  'Top Gun: Maverick' Becomes 4DX/ScreenX's First Film to Gross $50 Million The overwhelming box office success of Paramount's "Top Gun: Maverick" has trickled down to every sector of the movie theater industry, as premium format company CJ 4DPLEX reports that Tom Cruise's film has grossed $50 million in combined ticket sales from its 4DX and ScreenX formats. "Thanks to 'Top Gun: Maverick' we have seen unprecedented box office numbers for 4DX and ScreenX that are consistently breaking records worldwide," CJ 4DPLEX chief"Thanks to 'Top Gun: Maverick' we have seen unprecedented box office numbers for 4DX and ScreenX that are consistently breaking records worldwide," CJ 4DPLEX chief executive Jongryul Kim said.

. . In an interview with "Vanity Fair", Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton told why he had to reject the role of his life. (Read also: "Top Gun: Maverick" even makes Quentin Tarantino raving )

  © Nurphoto/Getty Images & Lewis Hamilton had to reject the role in "Top Gun: Maverick" because of the Formula 1 season As a child, Lewis Hamilton had dreamed of becoming a fighting pilot, as the top athlete revealed in an interview with "Vanity Fair". But instead of the military aviation, the British went into racing. When Tom Cruise, with whom he has been friends for years, agreed to give him a role in "Top Gun: Maverick", his childhood dream would have almost come true. "So when I heard the second part came out, I thought: 'Oh my god, I have to ask him [Tom Cruise],'", Hamilton told "Vanity Fair". "I said, 'I don't care what role it is. I will even sweep, a cleaner in the background.'" When Tom Cruise agreed, Lewis Hamilton was not offered the role of cleaning aid, but that of a combat pilot. ( "Top Gun 3"? Tom Cruise should already lead the first talks to a sequel

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Top Gun 2 Star Was Convinced To Play Hangman By Going To M:I Fallout

  Top Gun 2 Star Was Convinced To Play Hangman By Going To M:I Fallout Glen Powell reveals that the thing that convinced him to play Hangman in Top Gun: Maverick was seeing Mission: Impossible - Fallout in the theater.One of the most memorable new characters in the film was Hangman, played by Scream Queens and Hidden Figures star Glen Powell. Powell was originally up for the role of Rooster, but when Teller got the part he was offered the new role. Ironically, Hangman and Rooster don't get along, as Hangman is cocky and cavalier and more or less instantly rubs Rooster the wrong way.

, but unfortunately the schedule collided for the shooting of the film with the final of the Formula 1 season-and Hamilton could Do not accept the role. He informed Cruise and director Joseph Kosinski and described the conversation as "the most shocking call" he had to do.

& Lewis Hamilton still gets a chance to work with Joseph Kosinski

As tragic As Hamilton has to see his childhood dream, the Formula 1 star still gets the opportunity to work with director Joseph Kosinski: Kosinski As one of the producers of the still unsatisfied Formula 1 film by and with Brad Pitt in the leading role, which will be shown at Apple TV+. Brad Pitt plays a driver who returns from retirement to compete against the titans of racing. (Read: Brad Pitt-Apple secures its latest film and produces with a real Formula 1 professional )

Top Gun: Maverick Expected to Surpass Titanic’s Domestic Box Office Record

  Top Gun: Maverick Expected to Surpass Titanic’s Domestic Box Office Record Top Gun: Maverick will break a new box office record by surpassing Titanic as the seventh highest-grossing movie ever at the domestic box office.Top Gun: Maverick has been doing extremely well at the box office, breaking many records. On June 17, Top Gun: Maverick became Cruise's highest-grossing movie of his entire career, and on June 26, the movie officially crossed the $1 billion mark for combined domestic and international box office numbers. Many fans and critics have praised the movie for being even better than the original, while some have critiqued it for being nothing more than tired, cookie-cutter U.S. military propaganda.

& Lewis Hamilton and Tom Cruise connects a deep friendship

, as the racing driver reveals in an interview, Tom Cruise even came On his 60th birthday to the British Formula 1 Grand Prix to support Hamilton. "He is a good friend of mine. I hope he has a great day," said the actor during the starting line -up to "Sky Sports". As Lewis Hamilton finally stated to "Vanity Fair", Tom Cruise "is one of the nicest people there". (Read also:

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) & Lewis Hamilton finds car driving Stressig another fact unveiled the exceptional talent. For many, the confession should be particularly surprising that he does not like to drive on normal roads because he finds it too stressful. “I just find it stressful. I try not to do things that do not enrich my life. ” With his interviewer, he navigated through the busy streets near Nice and is said to have said that the traffic jam. “Everything can happen on these streets. This is now stressful for me. This street is crazy. So much is going on here. I will turn around in a second. "

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