The Morning Link: Top Gun 2 is No More

“Now that the sequel has fallen apart, Paramount and its partners are left with a 3-D film that might be perceived by moviegoers as a tribute to a director whose death remains a mystery to many friends and associates. It might also become a final box-office triumph — but only if the studio can reach the audience without seeming insensitive or exploitative.”

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  • E. Lee Zimmerman

    Is this really much of a loss? I mean, TOP GUN was a pretty solid summer popcorn flick, but I don’t know anyone clamoring for a sequel. It could’ve been special, but it could’ve been garbage, too.