“Top Gun: Maverick” gets a five-minute standing ovation at Cannes, and the crowd praises Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer.

People thought Tom Cruise was Magnifique even before the movie started at the Cannes premiere of “Top Gun: Maverick” on Wednesday night.

After he was given a “surprise” Palme d’Or, which did seem to catch him by surprise, the crowd gave him a standing ovation. Then, after making some positive opening remarks, he got another round of applause.

It was a big show, with eight fighter jets coming out and blowing red, white, and blue smoke behind them as Cruise and other actors from the movie watching from the red carpet below. Both the French and American flags have many colours and excellent symmetry.

The day’s last event honoured Cruise’s lasting star power and included a “Master Class” with the actor. At both the event and the premiere, a montage of his best work, from “Risky Business” to “Mission: Impossible,” was shown to the crowd.

But the party had been planned for a very long time. “Top Gun: Maverick” was supposed to come out in 2019, but it was pushed back to 2020 because of work on the special effects. Then COVID came along and messed up these plans, at least for a while.

From the stage of the Palais, Cruise said, “This is an amazing night and an amazing time—just to see everyone’s faces.” “The first “Top Gun” came out 36 years ago, and we had to put it on hold for years because of the pandemic.”

Cruise then asked Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller, Jon Hamm, the rest of the cast, and the Paramount executives to stand up. The crowd cheered.

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Cruise said, “This movie was like a dream.” “When we were filming, we talked about it. I just want to look at everyone. We’re in a movie theater, but there are no masks. I’m going to think about everything, and I’m very thankful. We are here to help. I make all of these movies for you all, and I feel very lucky to be able to do what I do. Have fun tonight. You’ve all made my life what it is.”

During the movie, people at the festival cheered and gasped at the stunts, which was a lot of fun. When Val Kilmer, who played Cruise’s enemy Iceman in the first movie, was in a scene with Cruise, the response was tremendous. The crowd stood up and cheered for five minutes when the movie was over.

Earlier, Cruise worked the crowds of fans on the red carpet, which had braved the scorching sun to see him. He took selfies and signed autographs for the people who had seen him.

Memorial Day is when “Top Gun: Maverick” comes out in the U.S. It has already gotten rave reviews, and most people think it will be one of the summer’s biggest hits.

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