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The U.S. Navy Deleted Some Of Joseph Kosinski’s Top Gun: Maverick Pre-Production Photos

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During a recent interview with Deadline, Top Gun: Maverick filmmaker Joseph Kosinski opened up about the research he conducted in preparation for the film and, in particular, a surprising moment he had with members of the US Navy.

After opening up about his personal love of aviation, Kosinski revealed how his position directing the ‘Top Gun’ sequel led to him being treated as a ‘subject matter expert’ by the Navy. “I have to live this dream of being in the Navy for a few years. I have to go places civilians can’t go,” Kosinski said. “I’ve seen things no civilian would see.” Building on his last comment, Kosinski further revealed that he once deleted all of the photos on his camera without explanation from Navy personnel.

“My camera was eventually confiscated. Wiped clean,” Kosinski recalls. “I took a few pictures and maybe something I shouldn’t have taken and my camera was quickly returned to me with no photos.” Kosinski understandably does not indicate in the interview what he might have seen or captured on his camera, which led to his brief confiscation. However, the director noted that he believes all of his experiences with the Navy, including the top-secret locations they gave him access to, only further enhanced Top Gun: Maverick.

“It was everything in that search for authenticity,” Kosinski said. “I think you can feel it when you see it [the film], because you don’t feel like you’re in a Hollywood-designed environment. There’s a reality.” Based on how well received Top Gun: Maverick (via Rotten Tomatoes) is, it’s safe to assume that most moviegoers would likely agree with Kosinski’s assessment.



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