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Top Gun is coming to IMAX 3D in February 2013

Dec. 11, 2012by: Alex Maidy

TOP GUN, the Tony Scott classic starring Tom Cruise, may have lost the chance at a sequel with Scott's passing, but we will still be getting Maverick and Iceman on the big screen.

Paramount formally announced that TOP GUN will be re-released in theaters on IMAX screens with a 3D conversion on February 8, 2013. The conversion was supervised by Tony Scott himself from the original negative. The aerial shots in TOP GUN were always amazing and if the conversion by Legend3D was done well, they will look unbelievable in 3D.

The theatrical run will only be for six days after which TOP GUN will premiere on Blu-ray 3D that will also include the remastered 2D version of the movie, a six-part documentary, a behind-the-scenes featurette, interviews with Tom Cruise, commentary by producer Jerry Bruckheimer, director Tony Scott, co-screenwriter Jack Epps, Jr. and more.

TOP GUN stars Tom Cruise, Kelly McGillis, Val Kilmer, Anthony Edwards and Meg Ryan.

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11:21PM on 12/11/2012
btw... i can't wait for the theatrical re-release of the Avengers in the year 2050 featuring super stereo-graphic hologram smell technology or whatever.
btw... i can't wait for the theatrical re-release of the Avengers in the year 2050 featuring super stereo-graphic hologram smell technology or whatever.
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11:19PM on 12/11/2012
i wonder if they'll keep that volleyball scene.
i wonder if they'll keep that volleyball scene.
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10:49PM on 12/11/2012

Never!

It was a great jingoistic movie in its' day but the aircraft depicted are long out of service, Val Kilmer hasn't aged very gracefully and poor Kelly McGillis doesn't look at all like she did in this film.
Not even a small chance I'm going to pay my hard earned money to see an outdated movie in a display method that is dark and gives me headaches.
It was a great jingoistic movie in its' day but the aircraft depicted are long out of service, Val Kilmer hasn't aged very gracefully and poor Kelly McGillis doesn't look at all like she did in this film.
Not even a small chance I'm going to pay my hard earned money to see an outdated movie in a display method that is dark and gives me headaches.
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6:54PM on 12/11/2012
Will be seeing this (maybe).
Will be seeing this (maybe).
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