'Top Gun: Maverick' Gets Pushed Back Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
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The highly-anticipated sequel to Tom Cruise's classic movie is no longer scheduled to hit theaters nationwide in summer as the world is focusing on the covid-19 crisis.

AceShowbiz - Tom Cruise's much-anticipated "Top Gun" sequel has become the latest movie victim of the coronavirus crisis.

Bosses at Paramount have announced "Top Gun: Maverick" will no longer hit cinema screens this summer 2020 - as scheduled. Instead they're turning the film into a Christmas treat for fans.

The movie will now hit theatres on December 23, 2020.

It joins a list of rescheduled blockbuster releases, including "No Time to Die", "Black Widow", "Wonder Woman 1984", "Mulan", and "A Quiet Place II", which will now open on September 4, 2020.

A follow up to the 1986 hit, "Top Gun: Maverick" also stars Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris, Glen Powell, Jon Hamm, and Val Kilmer.

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