After 34 years, Tom Cruise returns as Maverick. This is a competition film about family, friendship, and sacrifice. It’s a love letter to aviation. We’re going to show you what it’s really like to be a Top Gun pilot. You just can’t create this kind of experience unless you shoot it live. In order for us to accomplish this, we have the greatest fighter pilots in the world working with us. We’re working with a brand-new camera system that allows us to put six IMAX-quality cameras inside the cockpit with the actors. It’s amazing what we see in the cockpit and what an audience is going to experience. Thanks to Tom, all the actors are becoming accustomed to the G-forces by all the training that they’re doing. It is aggressive. You can’t act that, the distortion in the face. They’re pulling seven and-a-half, eight Gs. That’s 1,600 pounds of force. I am so proud of them and what they’ve done. And it is heavy-duty. Putting us up in these jets, it’s very serious. That’s why everybody thought it would be impossible. And I think when Tom hears that something’s impossible, or it can’t be done that’s when he gets to work. Flying one of these fighter jets is an absolute thrill ride. We want to make sure that the audience has the same experience. An aviation film like this has never been done and chances are it will never be done again.