Jerry Bruckheimer has revealed that he is planning to make a sequel of ‘Top Gun’ and Tom Cruise will reprise his most famous role as Lieutenant Pete ‘Maverick’ Mitchell.
Speaking at the Produced By Conference, ‘The Lone Ranger’ producer admitted that he’s not short of people willing to participate in the second part of the 1986 drama and Cruise is on the top of the list, the Daily Express reported.
He further said that they have been trying to make a sequel for last the 30 years and insisted that they are not going to stop.
Bruckheimer explained that he wants to do it with Cruise and Paramount, who are also interested in making it.
Brad Pitt ‘not obsessed with zombies’
London: Brad Pitt, whose upcoming movie ‘World War Z’ is based on a zombie apocalypse, is not in love with zombies and doesn’t understand the hype behind zombie flicks.
The ‘Moneyball’-star asserted that he was never a huge fan of the horror genre, the Daily Express reported. The 49-year-old actor said that he has no idea why zombies are so popular and for him the £250-million film is all about the story.
Pitt insisted that the zombies are the threat but the themes are much wider than that. ANI
Mum who sucks almost 2 litres of blood a month
Washington: A woman residing in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, has revealed that she drinks almost two litres of blood a month from willing human donors.
Julia Caples has been guzzling blood for over 3 decades while bringing up her two children, Alexi, 11 and Ariel, 24, the Mirror reported.
The 45-year-old also admitted that she finds wiling donors or fellow vampire enthusiasts willing to let her drink from them, at her local occult and oddities store. The mum-of-two alleges that drinking lifeblood from others she feels healthier. ANI
Now, a simple theory may explain dark matter
Washington: One theory suggests that most of the matter in the universe may be made out of particles that possess a donut-shaped electromagnetic field called an Anapole.
Now, an analysis performed by theoretical physicists at Vanderbilt University has strengthened this proposal, which endows dark matter particles with a rare form of electromagnetism.
In a new article, Professor Robert Scherrer has proposed that dark matter may be made out of a type of basic particle called the Majorana fermion. ANI