Miles Teller Cast As Goose’s Son In ‘Top Gun’ Sequel

SOURCE: Vulture.comMiles Teller is feeling the need for speed.

After waiting over 30 years for a sequel to Tom Cruise’s highly popular Navy action film Top Gun, Paramount Pictures confirmed that a sequel was coming out next year titled Top Gun: Maverick and will be directed by Joseph Kosinski (Tron: Legacy, Oblivion).

But that’s not all they confirmed. They also announced that actor Miles Teller would be playing Goose’s son Bradley in the sequel as well.

Fans of the original Top Gun will remember that Maverick’s best friend Goose, portrayed by Anthony Edwards, died after an ejecting accident in the first movie. Although details for the sequel are kept under wraps, we do know that Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer are reprising their roles as Maverick and Iceman respectively.

And of course, Teller is involved with the project as well.

Teller is really starting to develop a name for himself as an actor. Making his debut years ago in the 2010 drama film Rabbit Hole, Teller has gone on to star in numerous successful projects, including the coming-of-age film The Spectacular Now, the musical thriller Whiplash, and more recently the military drama Thank You For Your Service. He even collaborated with Kosinski before on the firefighter picture Only The Brave.

All the same, I just don’t see the resemblance between Teller and Anthony Edwards. Other actors in the running included Nicholas Hoult and Glen Powell, and both of them look more similar to Edwards than Teller does. Teller, meanwhile, looks more like Tom Cruise than he does Anthony Edwards.

Granted, looks aren’t everything, and if we’re only looking at talent exclusively, then Teller’s got that in spades. Still, it never hurts to look more like the character you’re related to, and when the movie comes out, that is an obstacle Teller and crew will have to overcome together.

What do you guys think? Are you excited to see Teller hop into a fighter jet, or do you wish he would have stayed grounded? Comment below, let me know.

– David Dunn

SOURCE: The Hollywood Reporter, Entertainment Weekly
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