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Top Gun Maverick : Glen Powell Has Tom Cruise To thank For His Pilot Licence

Tom Cruise recently paid for Glen Powell to Get His Pilot’s License After Working on Top Gun. This is something truly amazing. Isn’t it?

Powell posted on his Instagram this Tuesday as he had gotten his pilot’s permit after Cruise paid for his flight school as a Christmas present. In the Instagram post, Powell shared a video of himself celebrating with his teacher after effectively flying his first performance flight.

What Did He Post?

Powell posted a video of him and teacher after their first flying experience. He captioned the video as-

“Try not falling in love with aviation after living out every pilot’s dream while shooting @topgunmovie,” the actor wrote. “Especially when you see the way @tomcruise flexes it. After wrapping a shooting day, Tom would rocket off into the sunset in his P-51 while I would limply shuffle into the cast van.”

“This is a video of me after my first solo flight,” he added. “It’s a tradition in the aviation community for your instructor to tear away your shirt signifying that teacher’s finally ‘off your back.’ My instructor @wallysaygers is just following the ceremony; he doesn’t rip off my clothes after every flight.”

He concluded his caption by thanking Tom Cruise and for supporting him always.

Cruise Is Coming Back

Hotshot Tom Cruise is outfitting to come back to two of his dearest properties in the following barely any years, Top Gun: Maverick and Mission: Impossible 7 and 8, which will come out consecutive in 2021 and 2022. First up, however, is Top Gun: Maverick, which sees Cruise’s Peter “Freethinker” Mitchell return.

Fans will probably not find a good pace give his hand a shot in flying one of the warrior planes like Cruise is so well known for doing in his movies. Be that as it may, with Top Gun: Maverick currently coming somewhat sooner than at first expected. Fans will find a good pace one of Cruise’s most mainstream movies can, in any case, flourish today.




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