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Tom Cruise is rumored to be learning to fly an FA-18 and other aircraft for the ‘Top Gun-Maverick’ movie

Tom Cruise is rumored to be learning to fly an FA-18 and other aircraft for the 'Top Gun-Maverick' movie

There have been many rumors circulating on social media that the great actor Tom Cruise is supposedly learning to fly a Navy Jet. The rumors are currently unconfirmed.

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The jets that are rumored that Tom Cruise is learning to fly can be any two of the following.

  • F/A-18F Super Hornet
  • T-45 Goshawk

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The move is due to release on June 26th, 2020 and according to rumors on social media and one from inside Hollywood; these rumors are to increase the anticipation for the movie’s sequel.

The rumors of this news surfaced on many of the renowned news and movie info sites last week.

Tom Cruise is also already a licensed pilot and owns his own P-51 Mustang. In addition to this, Tom Curies also learned to fly the Airbus AS350 helicopter last summer for his movie “Mission Impossible; Fallout”.

Lately, Tom Cruise has been seen flying in his P-51 Mustang with registration number N51EW from Burbank Airport on Sunday morning headed towards China Lake Naval Air Station.

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One of the contributors towards these rumors might be the inclusion of Navy’s F-35C Lighting II in this upcoming movie.

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On the other hand, Hunter Killer the recently released movie is the first movie in Hollywood to actually feature a Navy’s F-35C Lightning II aircraft.

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Stills and videos of Tom Cruise on a motorcycle with actress Jennifer Connelly sitting behind him have also surfaced on social media sites.

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