Paramount will release a digital version of “Top Gun Maverick,” the Tom Cruise-starring blockbuster sequel of a 1986 action-adventure “Top Gun,” as early as later this month, Paramount said in a statement late on Tuesday.
In the matter of the fact, latest announcement from the Paramount came forth as the billion-dollar epic had returned into second spot in domestic box office, behind Brad Pitt’s “Bullet Train,” coming into the twelfth week after release.
According to Paramount, a digital version of the film will be released on August 23, as the film will be made available for purchase on 4K Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD version from November 1.
“Top Gun: Maverick” will come in digital format on November
Apart from that, Paramount also had stated that its digital edition would include a 110 minutes of bonus features.
The bonus features would have music videos of the soundtrack performed by Lady Gaga and One Republic, a number of short features that are dedicated to filming and production house of the film. Besides, the bonus part will also feature the Masterclass with Tom Cruise from Cannes Film Festival that took place this summer.
The part from Cannes film festival will run around 49 minutes and would highly likely to be the most special attraction of the movie. Directed by Joseph Kosinski, “Top Gun: Maverick” has racked up more than a whopping $1.3 billion so far.
Besides, the movie has been Tom Cruise’s first film that had surpassed a $100-million milestone in debut. The film, in tandem, is shy of a $5 million in revenues to become the sixth-highest grossing film ever in the history of North American Box Office. At this standpoint, Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” has been holding the sixth place.