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Inside the Original ‘Top Gun’: How Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer Assembled the 1986 Tom Cruise Classic
Cynthia Littleton Business EditorThe original “Top Gun” is a study in Hollywood moviemaking of a certain era — an era captured in the pages of Variety as the movie was birthed starting in mid-1983 until its triumphant release by Paramount Pictures three years later.The movie came together during the period when Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer were at the peak of their powers as red-hot producers of culture-shaking films such as 1983’s “Flashdance” and 1984’s “Beverly Hills Cop.” The film that the pair crafted with numerous screenwriters (more on that in the clips), director Tony Scott and veteran producer Bill Badalato launched Tom Cruise to a new level of stardom and created a legacy sturdy enough for Cruise, Bruckheimer and Paramount to leap back to the top of the box office nearly 40 years later with the long-delayed, made-for-movie-screens sequel “Top Gun: Maverick.”As demonstrated by the steady pace of news about “Top Gun,” Simpson and Bruckheimer had a ton of clout with Paramount and the industry at the time. They even were able to control the rights to the soundtrack for the film — something they learned from the success of “Flashdance” and “Beverly Hills Cop.” Simpson-Bruckheimer Prods.
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Exclusive: Top Gun: Maverick star shares details of meeting 'engaging' Prince William and Kate Middleton
Prince William and Kate Middleton have been praised by the stars of Top Gun: Maverick after the glamorous London royal premiere.READ: Prince William reveals George, Charlotte and Louis's reaction to their parents' glitzy Top Gun outingGreg 'Tarzan' Davis shared details of meeting the British royals, and called them "disarming," sharing that they made everyone feel comfortable and that it "felt I had known them for so long".WATCH: Prince William and Kate Middleton resemble movie stars as they greet crowds"It can be a little intimidating, there are so many rules in place and I thought, 'oh if I mess up, what may happen?' but they are so disarming, I felt I had known them for so long and William was very engaging," he shared with HELLO!Movie star Tom Cruise and legendary producer Jerry Bruckheimer introduced the royal couple to the film's stars, including Jennifer Connolly and Glen Powell, who were lined up against the backdrop of a real P51 fighter plane, like the one Tom pilots in the film.GALLERY: Duchess Kate and Prince William resemble movie stars at Top Gun: Maverick premiere "William had wandered past and then came back to talk to me more - we had a nice long talk, it was an incredible experience," Tarzan added.But he joked that he couldn't share what their conversation was about, quipping: "See if I tell you I may not be invited back to London!" Tarzan greeting Duchess Kate and Prince WilliamJennifer recently spoke about what it was like to meet Prince William and Kate, sharing that the meeting with the Duke, in particular, was a special one since it tied back to her meeting with his mother, Princess Diana.She revealed that this was her second royal premiere following one for the 1986 movie Labyrinth, where she got
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