“Top Gun Should Be a Safe Place for Human Tears”: Thousands confess to crying over Tom Cruise sequel

It won Hollywood legend Tom Cruise his first-ever $ 100 million opening weekend.

And now it looks like Top Gun: Maverick is crying adult men, with many sharing stories of hearing “hiccups” in the theater on social media.

The film resumes the characters ’1986 classic and seems to have struck a chord with older men with their traditional masculine values ​​and“ bromance ”plot.

It focuses on the relationship between Cruise’s Maverick and the son of his dead best friend Goose along with spectacular aerial scenes.

Glen Powell, who stars in the film, also went on Twitter to state that the film should be a “safe place for human tears.”

Top Gun: Maverick cried adults, with many sharing stories of hearing “crying” in the theater on social media.

Glen Powell, who stars in the film, also went to Twitter to state that the film should be

Glen Powell, who stars in the film, also went on Twitter to state that the film should be a “safe place for human tears.”

He responded to a user’s post that read: ‘Top Gun: Maverick; shout at the guy next to me, who was teased by his girlfriend for crying at the end. ‘

A bunch of moviegoers rushed to the comments to share similar experiences and offer a virtual shoulder to cry on.

One replied: ‘I saw it on Thursday. In front of us was an older gentleman who sometimes wiped his eyes. ‘

A bunch of moviegoers rushed to the comments to share similar experiences and offer a virtual shoulder to cry on.

A bunch of moviegoers rushed to the comments to share similar experiences and offer a virtual shoulder to cry on.

Another replied, ‘I’ve cried FIVE times. It’s season for guys and dads. ‘

“DadTM next to me was completely crying and I will say that I cried several times and I am not crying at all,” added a user.

Elsewhere, comedian Steven Castillo tweeted, “My favorite part of Top Gun: Maverick was when my girlfriend said out loud, ‘Are you crying?’

One respondent said: ‘I respectfully asked when it was over, knowing full well that he was crying. Twice. Leave it out, boys. It’s all right. ‘

Another reassured: ‘Don’t worry, man, there’s been a lot of pollen in the theaters. My eyes ran halfway through the film. It was good outside, though. ‘

Others also took to social media to share that not only fathers and men shed a tear at the action movie.

Others also went to social media to spread the word that not only fathers and men shed tears at the action movie.

Others also went to social media to spread the word that not only fathers and men shed tears at the action movie.

One poster read: “I took my kids and they looked at me tearing and then told me about all the big men and women around them who were tearing.” It hits you in the senses. It was amazing. ‘

It comes as it was revealed that the 80s hit resumption has now broken a 15-year box office record.

Early estimates for Top Gun: Maverick put it easily in first place with $ 151 million, though now Monday’s updated numbers put the US quarterly holiday weekend estimate at $ 156 million, with Various.

It comes as it was revealed that the 80s hit resumption has now broken a 15-year-old box office record.

It comes as it was revealed that the 80s hit resumption has now broken a 15-year-old box office record.

The new numbers were big enough for the best Pirates of the Caribbean: At the World Finals, which opened at $ 153 million over the long weekend in 2007.

According to CNBCthe film grossed $ 248 million internationally.

Top Gun: Maverick – who follows Tom Cruise when he returns to reprise his character Pete “Maverick” Mitchell from the classic Top Gun (1986) – has already set another record over the weekend.

New record: Just a day after it was revealed that Top Gun: Maverick had won the first weekend of $ 100 million from star Tom Cruise, the updated numbers revealed that it had now broken a 15-year-old box office record.

New record: Just a day after it was revealed that Top Gun: Maverick had won the first weekend of $ 100 million from star Tom Cruise, the updated numbers revealed that it had now broken a 15-year-old box office record.

The film opened in 4,732 North American theaters during the holiday season, the largest release in cinematic history, surpassing the 2019 remake of The Lion King (4,725 theaters).

It also marks the second-highest debut of 2022, behind Marvel’s Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, which grossed $ 187.4 million over the first weekend in May.

The long-awaited sequel also marked a personal best for Tom Cruise, giving the action icon his first $ 100 million film in his famous 40-year career.

The $ 156 million bill was more than enough to beat the 59-year-old actor’s first best opening weekend – $ 64 million from World War II in 2005.

Director Joseph Kosinski’s film – which worked with Cruise in the 2013 film Oblivion – also took $ 128 million from overseas markets, for a global opening weekend of $ 248 million from a huge $ 170 million budget.

The film earned $ 21 million from IMAX theaters alone, boasting excellent reviews with 96% on critical aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.

Older: It was also revealed that over 55% of ticket buyers for Top Gun: Maverick were 35 years of age or older.

Older: It was also revealed that over 55% of ticket buyers for Top Gun: Maverick were 35 years of age or older.

Along with the critical reception, fans also sounded like giving the sequel an incredibly rare A + rating on CinemaScore.

It was also revealed that over 55% of ticket buyers for Top Gun: Maverick were 35 years of age or older.

The film was originally scheduled to be released in June 2020, although Paramount has decided to stop releasing it until more fans can return.

– I’m glad we made this decision to keep. This movie is going to have a huge run. It will attract people to theaters that haven’t been around for a long time, ‘said Paramount’s home distributor Chris Aronson.

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