‘Top Gun Maverick’ Release Date Pushed Back Due to Coronavirus

Tom Cruise’s need for speed has officially stalled-but only temporarily.

On Thursday, Paramount Pictures announced that it had postponed the release date of “Top Gun: Maverick” on June 24 due to the popular coronavirus. Cruise ’s long-awaited return to the cockpit will now be released in theaters on Wednesday, December 23. Who can say that you cannot enjoy sexy beach volleyball at Christmas?

The sequel directed by Joseph Kosinski believes that Cruise will retake the role of Captain Pete “Maverick” Mitchell and will work with Jennifer Concession newcomers such as Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Miles Teller and Glen Powell.

Cruise said on Twitter: “I know many of you have been waiting for 34 years. Unfortunately, the waiting time will be longer. Aspirations: Mavericks will fly in December. Everyone, please keep Safety.”

With its sequel to “Aspirational Cloud” now released in December, Paramount changed the release date of “Tomorrow War” starring Chris Pratt-involving from the past Soldiers drafted to fight against foreigners-originally scheduled for release on December 25, a date not yet announced.

Due to the uncertainty of the closure of COVID-19, the other two Paramount pictures received a new release date. “Spongebob Movie: The Sponge for the Escape” moved from May 22 to July 31, and “Silent Place II”, which was originally scheduled to be released in theaters on March 20, will be released on September 4.

Director John Krasinski announced when the film was first released: “For all of our” Silent Place “fans, one of the things I am most proud of is that people say that our film is that you must be together The movie to watch. “” It is obviously not the right time. All of us are very excited to see this movie … I will wait for the movie to be released until we can all watch it together! This is our group movie date! ” Goodbye!”