Top Gun: Maverick Award Nominations

Top Gun: Maverick Award Nominations

Top Gun: Maverick is accumulating a lot of nominations for awards. Here’s a compilation:

Tom Cruise is already set to receive the Producers Guild Awards 2023 David O. Selznick Achievement Award at the 34th Annual Producers Guild Awards on Feb. 25. The award recognizes a producer or producing team for their work in motion pictures. Past recipients include Steven Spielberg, Barbara Broccoli, Mary Parent, Brian Grazer, David Heyman and Kevin Feige.

Top Gun: Maverick already won Best Picture From the National Board of Review
They’ve also given the Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography to Claudio Miranda.

The American Film Institute elected Top Gun: Maverick as one of the Movies of the Year

Critics Choice Awards 2023

– Best Picture: Top Gun Maverick
– Best Actor: Tom Cruise
– Best Cinematography: Claudio Miranda
– Best Editing: Eddie Hamilton
– Best Visual Effects: Top Gun: Maverick
– Best Song: Hold My Hand

Golden Globe Awards

– Best Film Drama: Top Gun: Maverick
– Best Song: Hold My Hand

Washington DC Film Critics Association

– Best Film:Top Gun: Maverick (nominated)
– Best Actor:Tom Cruise – Top Gun: Maverick (nominated)
– Best Cinematography: Claudio Miranda, ASC (Top Gun: Maverick) (won)
-Best Editing: Eddie Hamilton, ACE (Top Gun: Maverick) (won)

2022 Las Vegas Film Critics Society (LVFCS)
– Best Cinematography: Top Gun: Maverick (won)
– Best Action Film: Top Gun: Maverick (won)
– Best Song: Hold My Hand – Top Gun: Maverick (nominated)
– Best Film Editing:Top Gun: Maverick (nominated)

– Top 10 Films of 2022: #9 – Top Gun: Maverick(won)

Gallery Updates

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Tom Cruise to Receive David O. Selznick Award From Producers Guild of America

Tom Cruise to Receive David O. Selznick Award From Producers Guild of America

From Variety. The Producers Guild of America will happen on February 25th.

Tom Cruise is synonymous with movie stardom. But over the decades, Cruise has also developed a talent for producing the films he stars in, along with a few other movies where he’s not the name above the title.

In gratitude for, you know, nearly saving the movie business this summer with “Top Gun: Maverick,” Cruise will be honored with the 2023 David O. Selznick Achievement Award by the Producers Guild of America (PGA). He will accept the honor at the 34th Annual Producers Guild Awards on Feb. 25, 2023, at The Beverly Hilton.

The award’s namesake, David O. Selznick, oversaw the production of “Gone With the Wind.” Previous recipients of the Selznick Award include Steven Spielberg; Barbara Broccoli, the steward of the James Bond franchise; Imagine Entertainment co-founder Brian Grazer; and Kevin Feige, maestro of the MCU.

“Beginning with ‘Mission: Impossible,’ Tom Cruise has developed a talent for producing to match his extraordinary talent as an actor. Tom approaches producing with the same meticulous attention to detail he brings to all of his professional endeavors,” said Producers Guild Presidents Donald De Line and Stephanie Allain. “His commitment to telling bold, cinematic and entertaining stories has elevated the global theatrical experience and has resulted in some of the most popular motion pictures in history. We are thrilled to honor him with the David O. Selznick Award for his excellence in producing.”

Cruise’s films have earned over $11 billion in worldwide box office. His producing credits include the “Mission: Impossible” and “Jack Reacher” franchises, “Vanilla Sky,” “The Last Samurai” and “Elizabethtown.” Cruise will produce as well as star in “Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part 1” and “Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part 2.”

Tom Cruise candids in Johannesburg

Tom Cruise candids in Johannesburg

Tom was photographed by @killarneycountryclub in Johannesburg earlier today, here’s a few pics:

Tom Cruise in Johannesburg
Tom Cruise in Johannesburg
Tom Cruise in Johannesburg

Top Gun: Maverick wins best Cinematography at New York Film Critics Circle

Top Gun: Maverick wins best Cinematography at New York Film Critics Circle

Top Gun: Maverick won Best Cinematography Award last night at the New York Film Critics Circle, with the award going to Claudio Miranda.

People’s Choice Awards 2022

People’s Choice Awards 2022

Tom Cruise and Top Gun: Maverick are nominated for several awards at this year’s People’s Choice Awards, here are the nominations:

  • The Movie Of 2022
  • The Action Movie Of 2022
  • The Male Movie Star Of 2022
  • The Action Movie Star Of 2022
    Here are the voting links!

‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Takes Down ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ as Sixth-Highest Grossing Movie in Domestic Box Office History

‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Takes Down ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ as Sixth-Highest Grossing Movie in Domestic Box Office History

And Top Gun: Maverick continues flying over the box office, taking now the 6th highest grossing in domestic box office. Way to go guys!

The milestones keep rolling in. “Top Gun: Maverick” has collected $679 million in North America, enough to overtake Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” ($678 million) as the sixth-highest grossing movie in domestic box office history.

It’s an especially impressive benchmark because 2018’s every-hero-but-the-kitchen-sink adventure “Avengers: Infinity War” had a little help in building up anticipation. It served as part one (2019’s “Endgame” was part two) of Marvel’s epic culmination of more than 20 movies — most of which were box office juggernauts in their own right — over 10 years. Talk about hype.

Sure, “Maverick” had Tom Cruise, a box office hero in his own right. But moviegoers hadn’t felt the need for speed in more than 30 years; the sequel to 1986’s “Top Gun” was far from a guaranteed hit.

Yet, thanks to stellar word-of-mouth and repeat customers, “Maverick” continues to defy the odds. And there’s a chance the movie will continue to fly higher on box office charts. Can the “Top Gun” follow-up take down 2018’s blockbuster “Black Panther” and its $700.4 million tally to crack the top five domestic grossers of all-time?

It would require a bit of endurance at this point, but it’s certainly not out of the question. “Top Gun 2” is likely to continue selling tickets because the film does not have a ton of competition on the horizon. It’ll be fairly desolate at the box office until November, when “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” opens in theaters. Disney is likely to re-release the original superhero sensation in anticipation of the follow-up, which could propel “Black Panther’s” grosses even higher. But “Maverick” is no stranger to overcoming the impossible.

Internationally, “Top Gun: Maverick” has generated more than $700 million — and that’s without playing in China or Russia, two major overseas markets. Outside of North America, top-earning territories include the United Kingdom ($95 million), Japan ($82 million), Korea ($62 million), Australia ($60 million) and France ($52.8 million). Globally, it’s the 13th-highest grossing movie ever with $1.379 billion to date.

“Top Gun: Maverick” debuted on the big screen in May, setting a new Memorial Day weekend opening record with $160.5 million. The film stayed in the top five on weekend charts for 10 weeks, dropping to sixth place in its 11th weekend before miraculously returning to the No. 2 spot in its 12th outing. “This. Does. Not. Happen,” Jeff Bock, a media analyst with Exhibitor Relations, wrote on Twitter.

Among the film’s numerous records, “Maverick” is Cruise’s first movie to surpass $100 million in a single weekend and his first to reach $1 billion at the worldwide box office. The movie star is being rewarded handsomely for rejuvenating the nation’s cinemas. By the time “Maverick” is out of theaters and lands on Paramount+, Cruise is expected to pocket at least $100 million from ticket sales, his salary and his eventual cut of home entertainment rentals and streaming revenue.

Joseph Kosinski directed the long-delayed “Top Gun: Maverick,” which picks up decades after the original and follows Cruise’s Pete “Maverick” Mitchell as he trains a young group of aviators for a dangerous mission. The cast includes Miles Teller, Glen Powell, Jon Hamm, Jennifer Connelly and Val Kilmer, who played Iceman in the first “Top Gun.”

Via Variety

‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Passes ‘Titanic’ to Become 7th Highest Grossing Domestic Movie Of All Time

‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Passes ‘Titanic’ to Become 7th Highest Grossing Domestic Movie Of All Time

Collider has a new report on Top Gun: Maverick box office! 7th Highest Grossing Domestic of all time! (And they wanted to go streaming after a month /laugh)

‘Top Gun: Maverick’ also previously surpassed ‘Titanic’ as Paramount’s highest grossing film.

Top Gun: Maverick has just officially become the seventh highest-grossing film of all time domestically, surpassing James Cameron’s Titanic. The Tom Cruise-starring sequel just experienced its eleventh weekend of theatrical release, and earned $1.9 million on Friday. The film is expected to pull in a total of $6.7 million for the weekend. Top Gun: Maverick has now earned $662 million domestically overall, after being released on May 27. Titanic, which at one point was the highest-grossing film of all time, has accumulated a total of $659.5 million domestically. Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens currently holds the top spot for the highest domestically grossing movie of all time.

Even though Top Gun: Maverick did perform well this weekend, it fell out of the top five at the domestic box office for the first time since its release. This causes the popular movie to have the fifth most consecutive top five weekends of all time. E.T currently holds that number one spot with 27 weekends in the top five in a row. Top Gun: Maverick is expected to return to the domestic box office’s top five as the weeks continue since August’s releases don’t hold many big titles, but it doesn’t seem likely that E.T’s top spot will be threatened. Top Gun: Maverick is already ahead of several notable additions to the list such as including Black Panther, The Sixth Sense, and The Force Awakens, which all were in the top 10 for nine consecutive weeks.

Brad Pitt-vehicle Bullet Train took the Friday top spot at the domestic box office with $12.6 million, with the studio expecting a $30 million weekend in total, although it may underperform by about $2 million. Other newcomers to the box office include Jo Koy’s Easter Sunday, which took Friday’s number six spot with a little over $2 million. Top Gun: Maverick sat at number seven, but its numbers may increase again with time since it’s such a popular film. Top Gun: Maverick’s success isn’t surprising anyone, since its predecessor grossed $357.3 million against a $15 million budget and is considered a classic by many. Top Gun: Maverick was released close to 40 years after the original Top Gun, which hit theaters in May 1986.

Top Gun: Maverick is undoubtedly a huge critical success in addition to a box office smash, currently holding a certified fresh rating of 96 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. As such, its box office success doesn’t seem to be slowing down much, and as earlier mentioned, it seems likely that its theatrical run will not end before it rises up into the top five again.

The film is now Paramount’s highest-grossing domestic release ever, which was formally Titanic. However, even though the action drama sequel currently holds the top seventh spot of highest grossing film of all time domestically, Titanic may be coming back for its spot with a re-release next year.

Tom Cruise & Christopher McQuarrie Plotting New Musical, Action Thriller & More Les Grossman While Speed Flying Through ‘Mission: Impossible 8’

Tom Cruise & Christopher McQuarrie Plotting New Musical, Action Thriller & More Les Grossman While Speed Flying Through ‘Mission: Impossible 8’

DEADLINE EXCLUSIVE: As Top Gun: Maverick passed $1.3 billion to climb to 13th place on the all time worldwide gross list, star Tom Cruise and producer Christopher McQuarrie are in the early stages of setting up three very different projects. They are still in the thick of Mission: Impossible 8 — Cruise was recently photographed in the UK’s Lake District practicing what appears to be his next death defying stunt, something called ‘speed flying’ — sources said that Cruise and McQuarrie are hatching three new film projects. One is an original song and dance-style musical they’ll craft as a star vehicle for Cruise. They are also setting up another original action film with franchise potential, and they are also fixated on Les Grossman. The latter is the gruff, dance-happy studio executive Cruise played in cameo for Tropic Thunder. It’s unclear if they will create a whole movie around Grossman, or borrow him for inclusion in either of the other vehicles.

Cruise has long been interested in doing a musical. He learned to sing like a rock star for Rock of Ages, and would dance as well, with all three of these scripts to be written by McQuarrie in collaboration with Cruise.

Also looming large is the untitled film that Cruise intends to make with director Doug Liman and McQuarrie producing. You know, the one they’ll shoot in outer space, with NASA and Elon Musk’s SpaceX. Since Deadline broke the story about this plan, Universal signed on to be the studio. As Deadline subsequently reported, they’ve aligned with SEE-1, film producer duo Elena and Dmitry Lesnevsky’s newly-launched Space Entertainment Enterprise (S.E.E.) that will dock with Axiom’s world-first commercial space station Axiom Station, which is connected to the International Space Station (ISS). That one might well come next.

So much for the notion of Cruise slowing down at age 60. If you’ve forgotten his floor moves as Grossman, here’s a reminder:

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