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Top Gun: Maverick is unstoppable. The blockbuster brought in another $7.9 million at the box office over a relatively slow Labor Day holiday weekend and soared to No. 1 on the list of digital movie releases.
The summer blockbuster, which has already raked in more than $1 billion worldwide, arrived on digital platforms on Aug. 23, and it only took a week to become the best-selling digital movie release in history. But fans will have to wait a little while longer for the Blu-ray/DVD to hit shelves.
Tom Cruise reprises his role as naval aviator, Pete Maverick, and suits up to train a new fleet of Top Gun graduates in the sequel directed by Joseph Kosinski. Val Kilmer also reprises his role as Tom “Iceman” Kazansky from the original film.
Miles Teller, John Hamm, Jennifer Connelly, Glen Powell, Jay Ellis, Danny Ramirez and Ed Harris are also among the cast.
Top Gun: Maverick is available to stream on Prime Video ($19.99) as well as VUDU, Apple TV, YouTube and Google Play. The film is expected to be released on Paramount+ at some point, although the streaming platform has yet to announce an official date. In the past, Paramount movies have hit the streamer 45 days after their theater release. However, Top Gun: Maverick has been in theaters since May 27. In the meantime, fans can purchase the film on VOD until it becomes available for free to Paramount+ subscribers.
For those want to snag a physical copy, Top Gun: Maverick Blu-rays and DVDs are available for pre-order now and will be released on Nov. 1.
Packed with more than 80 minutes of bonus features, including behind-the-scenes footage, the Blu-ray and DVD release will give fans a front-row seat into the making of one of the biggest movies of all time. (Top Gun: Maverick has already surpassed Black Panther to become the fifth highest-grossing film domestically.)
Bonus features include Breaking New Ground – Filming Top Gun: Maverick, featuring behind-the-scenes content with the cast and crew; Cleared For Takeoff, which shows the cast preparing for filming in a fighter plane, and A Love Letter to Aviation, where Cruise shares his passion for aviation while piloting his very own plane — a vintage World War II P-51 Mustang. An extended version of James Corden’s “Top Gun Training With Tom Cruise” is featured among the bonus content, along with Lady Gaga’s music video for “Hold My Hand,” the lead single on the Top Gun: Maverick soundtrack.
Pre-order Top Gun: Maverick Blu-ray + digital and the 2-movie 4K HD collector’s edition ($39.95) at Amazon and enjoy fast and free shipping for Prime members. The film is also available at Walmart, Best Buy, Target and Zaavi.com. The Blu-ray includes a digital copy and retails for $25, the DVD is $20, the 4K UHD Blu-ray is $29.99 and the Top Gun: Maverick Limited Edition Steelbook Blu-ray is $35 at Walmart and Amazon.
Top Gun: Maverick is produced by Cruise, Jerry Bruckheimer, Christopher McQuarrie and David Ellison.