AceShowbiz - "Top Gun: Maverick" and "Elvis" won at the Motion Picture Sound Editors' 70th Golden Reel Awards. The sound prizes were announced in a ceremony at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday night, February 26 with Tom Cruise's action sequel taking the award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing, Feature Effects/Foley while musical biopic "Elvis" landing the gong for Music Editing for a Feature Motion Picture.
Additionally, Tom helped to honour movie legend Jerry Bruckheimer who received the MPSE's Filmmaker Award during the ceremony. Tom recorded a video message for him, saying, "He's always striving for excellence ... and he knows what the hell he is doing."
Meanwhile, the award was presented by "Top Gun: Maverick" director Joe Kosinski. The filmmaker said of Bruckheimer, "When you saw a Bruckheimer movie, you knew it was designed to do what movies do, entertain."
Accepting the award, Bruckheimer told the audience, "You have been adding magic to your films for so many years and I'll remain a lifelong fan ... Movies are identified by the music and their sound effects … and the importance of dialogue - I want to make sure [audiences] hear every line and every note."
Other winners on the night included hit Netflix show "Stranger Things" which landed the Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Broadcast Long Form Effects Foley for the episode "Chapter Seven: The Massacre at Hawkins Lab" and Hule series "The Bear" which won Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Broadcast Short Form.
"Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio" picked up the prize for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Feature Animation and "All Quiet on the Western Front" won Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Foreign Language Feature.