Tom Cruise’s ‘Top Gun’ sequel rare script copy stolen from his car

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Tom Cruise's 'Top Gun' sequel rare script copy stolen from his car
Tom Cruise's 'Top Gun' sequel rare script copy stolen from his car

Tom Cruise’s forthcoming movie Top Gun sequel script copy was stolen recently. Cruise’s car had only one copy of the new Top Gun: Maverick inside it. The car got robbed in Birmingham last month as they shot for Mission: Impossible. Along with the Top Gun sequel script copy stolen, it had thousands of pounds worth of Cruise’s luggage. The Sun says that the car of the actor’s bodyguard, a BMW, was taken last week but found later.

A source told The Sun, ‘’That film’s been blighted by challenges but everyone involved is excited by how it’s come together. Finally, the end’s insight.

”So, after all the hard work, the thought of it being leaked after COVID-19 delays forced the release back to next year is devastating.”

”The only copies outside the studio vaults have now been assigned their own security when they are transported. There’s too much riding on this not to do so.”

Sun’s video footage shows the car dumping behind a series of shots in the morning.

In the meantime, the release of two highly expected films was postponed until 2022 by Paramount Pictures. Now the release of ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ is in May 2022, and the release of ‘Mission: Impossible 7’ is in September 2022.

The Top Gun sequel was delayed repeatedly amid the pandemic. On November, 19, ahead of Thanksgiving, it is likely to debut when the holiday film season kicks in the theatres.

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