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Este jueves se estrena una de las películas más esperada “Top Gun: Maverick”

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En los años 80, la película “Top Gun: pasión y gloria” fue una de las más icónicas y 30 años después se estrena su secuela. Este jueves llega a las salas de cine del país “Top Gun: Maverick”, también protagonizada por el famoso actor de películas de acción, Tom Cruise.

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En esta nueva entrega se retoma al mismo personaje, Maverick, pero en una etapa distinta de la vida, ahora es un hombre que debe hacerle frente a sus fantasmas y los nuevos desafíos como instructor en la aeronáutica. Según el mismo protagonista esta entrega ha sido más que solicitada.

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“La gente ha pedido una secuela durante décadas, ¡décadas!, y lo único que le dije al estudio desde un principio fue: ‘Si alguna vez participo en esto, filmaremos todo. Estoy inmerso en este periodo de F/A-18. Así que debemos desarrollar aparejos para las cámaras. Habrá túneles de viento e ingeniería. Me va a llevar mucho, mucho tiempo descifrar esto”, dijo Tom Cruise a la prensa institucional de Paramount Pictures.

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Para el director Joe Kosinski ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ demostró ser una máxima fantasía hecha película.

“Top Gun, en cierta forma, es una fantasía. El sol siempre se está ocultando, siempre hay vóleibol en la playa y la rocola está llena de melodías clásicas. Hay momentos en esta secuela que son un homenaje estilístico a la cinta de Tony, hubo días, como en esa pista de aterrizaje con Tom, la motocicleta y el jet, en que tenías que pellizcarte para creerlo”, describió Kosinski.

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