F18 Fighter Jets Stall In The Skies
Still on the no-fly list are F18 fighter jets that appear to have come to a standstill in the sky. About what? Where to go?
- There are clues – the first is that they came from an unknown location in the middle of an unspecified ocean.
- The jets are initially below deck and stationery on board a US aircraft carrier.
- When are the F-18 fighters called to duty and take to the skies and for what purpose? Difficult to say because the mission’s target date is constantly changing.
So what are we talking about here exactly? Which F18 fighter jets are everyone waiting for?
Those who will make their film debut in “Top Gun: Maverick”, of course, the film.
It’s been 35 years since Top Gun hit theaters. Yes. Thirty. Five. Years. Pete “Maverick” Mitchell and Nick “Goose” Bradshaw felt the need, the need for speed.
The film was originally supposed to be in theaters on December 23, 2020, but that was delayed due to … what else? … COVID-19. The film should be out this weekend on July 2nd. But that date has instead been abandoned for a debut on November 19, 2021.
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You see, Maverick star Tom Cruise has another sequel to be released this fall – Mission: Impossible 7. But that movie will be out now on May 27, 2020. Every film needs to have its own box office and story moment.
But Top Gun and Mission Impossible aren’t the only films that have gone on to reorganize movie viewing due to COVID-19. It was almost taken for granted as the coronavirus has straightened its ugly head in more ways than anyone can imagine.
The COVID-19 rant
While filming Mission: Impossible 7, Tom Cruise made a COVID Security Council with film crew members, which was broadcast on social media last December.