The 1986 traditional Prime Gun star Anthony Edwards revealed his ideas after watching Tom Cruise starrer Prime Gun: Maverick.
The Golden Globe winner, 59, who appeared as Lt. Nick ‘Goose’ Bradshaw in 1986 hit actioner, shared his ideas on how the makers have handled the legacy of his beloved character within the sequel at Thursday’s Tribeca Movie Pageant world premiere of Jennifer Lopez’s Halftime documentary.
“In the event you do the primary film, you are fortunate sufficient,” Edwards informed the media outlet. “I used to be fortunate sufficient that Tom referred to as me up. He screened it for me in particular person.”
Whereas Goose doesn’t seem within the sequel, his reminiscence is carried on by way of a barrage of photographs and flashbacks, in addition to by way of his son, Lt Bradley ‘Rooster’ Bradshaw, performed by Miles Teller.
Praising the sequel, Edwards mentioned, “When one thing’s that profitable, folks had a sure feeling within the authentic one.”
“And [Top Gun: Maverick] does precisely what it felt like seeing it the primary time, solely extra,” he defined. “As I mentioned to Tom, ‘Mission completed.’ They did it. They actually did although. It is loads of work that went into that. Nevertheless it had the texture, it had the tone, it had what folks wished.”
Cruise, 59, reprised his position in Prime Gun: Maverick greater than 35 years after showing within the authentic. The sequel sees Maverick step into the coach’s footwear and trains a brand new class of fighter pilots for the mission of a lifetime.