The follow-up to the 1986 film “Top Gun,” “Top Gun: Maverick,” is now accessible for home viewing. The movie costs $20 and is available through digital stores like Amazon. The box office sensation will eventually be accessible on Paramount Plus, although no release date has been set.
Tom Cruise makes a comeback in the “Top Gun” series as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, a US Navy test pilot tasked with preparing a crew of young Top Gun alums for a treacherous specialized mission. The son of Maverick’s late closest friend Goose, Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw (Miles Teller), is a member of the detachment.
View the “Top Gun: Maverick” trailer.
In addition, Val Kilmer returns as Mavericks’ long standing foe Tom “Iceman” Kazansky. Jennifer Connolly, Jon Hamm, Glen Powell, Lewis Pullman, and Ed Harris are among the new cast members.
According to several reviews, “Top Gun: Maverick” is superior to the previous film. It currently has a “96% Certified Fresh” rating on review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes. With over $1.3 billion in global box office receipts, it is also the most successful movie of 2022 so far.
Viewing locations for “Top Gun: Maverick”
The movie “Top Gun: Maverick” costs $20 and is available in up to 4K quality with Dolby Atmos audio through streaming services like Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, YouTube, and Apple TV.
Once you’ve paid for “Top Gun: Maverick,” you can stream it anytime you want without any limitations. On the majority of mobile devices, video players, and smart TVs from major brands, there are apps for digital retailers. Before making a purchase, you should check the website for each service to make sure your device is compatible.
When is “Top Gun: Maverick” available for rent?
When “Top Gun: Maverick” will be available for rental is still unknown. We anticipate “Top Gun: Maverick” to be rented no later than November 1, which is also the date the film is released on Blu-ray, based on previous releases of similar titles.
When will “Top Gun: Maverick” become accessible on Paramount Plus?
There isn’t a set date for when “Top Gun: Maverick” will be available to stream on Paramount Plus, but it is anticipated to do so later this year.
“Top Gun: Maverick” will take longer to make its streaming debut than other recent Paramount films, which debuted on the site 45 days after their theatrical debuts. In an interview with the New York Times, Paramount CEO Bob Bakish stated that the film was excluded from the studio’s 45-day streaming restriction.
All Paramount Plus subscribers will be able to view “Top Gun: Maverick” as it becomes available. The whole streaming collection is accessible with only occasional commercial breaks with the $5/month Essential package. The whole streaming collection is accessible with only occasional commercial breaks with the $5/month Essential package. You can view on-demand material without advertising and watch your local CBS station live with the $10/month Premium package.
What day and time will “Top Gun: Maverick” be released on Blu-ray?
On November 1, “Top Gun: Maverick” will be accessible on Blu-ray and 4K Blu-ray. The Blu-ray and 4K Blu-ray editions each include a code that can be used to stream the film from your preferred retailer.
How can Top Gun: Maverick be viewed at home?
Your only choice right now is home digital sales. As of Tuesday, you may purchase it from online retailers like Vudu, Apple TV, and Amazon Video. It costs $20 at most online retailers. Beginning Nov. 1, it will be obtainable on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD. However, a release date for when it will be accessible via subscription service is pending.
Nothing on Paramount Plus is free unless you watch it when you’re enrolled in a free trial, as the program requires a paid subscription. All new members of Paramount Plus receive a normal seven-day free trial. In addition, it has ad-supported subscription tiers for $5 and $10 per month, respectively.
The good news is that you won’t probably be charged any additional fees to stream Top Gun: Maverick. To watch a movie on Paramount Plus, there has never been an additional cost. It also never “paywalled” a movie behind the more expensive membership level, despite having two different tiers.