Comparing a P-51 to a Ford Mustang.
I note that the demonic spirit of dead Goose possesses a pilot and forces him to pound out “Great Balls of Fiyah!!” on a piano. Yikes! Are you getting the nostalgia feels yet?
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It appears that some of the film is a musical which is a courageous choice by the filmmakers. I applaud them.
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So, I take that the “offspring of dead Goose” is in the movie? I assume that he / she will demand that Maverick train him/her and that he refuses due to his guilt over Goose, but his cold exterior will melt and he will train him/her. The closing scene will have Maverick proclaiming “You can be my wingman / wingwoman anytime!” The “offspring of dead Goose” will say back “No—you can be mine!”
Is this the offspring in question? “Daughter of Goose (DOG)”?
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Or is it this guy who is either “Son of Goose (S.O.G.)” or the guy that Goose’s mustache is making a cameo appearance on?
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Either way, I smell a movie modeled after “Creed” here.
I really did enjoy the homage to “Hot Shots” seen in the trailer here:
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And where is Kelly McGillis? I assume she will show up too. Perhaps at her beach house she no doubt shares with Maverick?
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Admittedly it's been a while since I've seen Top Gun, but I thought Goose died because of a malfunction when the canopy didn't blow and he ejected into it. I don't know why his son would blame a mechanical malfunction on Maverick.
I'm still betting on the plot being a war with China and China shooting down and killing Maverick so that it will be able to be shown in China.