Top Gun Soars Into Facebook With Afterburners On! Buy or Win Your Very Own Blu-ray & Digital Copy!

Top Gun Blu-ray Digital Copy

If you, like the flight deck here at TomCruise.com, are always gazing heavenward and imagining F-14 Tomcats tangling with MiG-28 military aircraft, then take heart, we have a solution for you: For the first time ever, Paramount Home Entertainment made Top Gun‘s Blu-ray and digital copy combo available for purchase via Facebook. The offer is now over but you’re in luck—Tomcruise.com will continue to give away free copies all week!

Click here to find out if you have the TG trivia knowledge to take home a copy compliments of Team TC and Paramount Home Entertainment.

The Blu-Ray and digital copy combo of Top Gun is packed with extras that are sure to invoke a need for speed!

Special Features

  • Commentary by Producer Jerry Bruckheimer, Director Tony Scott, Co-Screenwriter Jack Epps, Jr., and Naval Experts
  • Danger Zone: The Making of Top Gun (6-Part Documentary)
  • Multi-Angle Storyboards with Optional Commentary by Director Tony Scott
  • Best Of The Best: Inside The Real Top Gun

Vintage Gallery

  • Kenny Loggins: “Danger Zone”
  • Berlin: “Take My Breath Away”
  • Loverboy: “Heaven In Your Eyes”
  • Harold Faltermeyer and Steve Stevens: “Top Gun Anthem”
  • TV Spots
  • Behind-The-Scenes Featurette
  • Survival Training Featurette
  • Tom Cruise Interviews

HOW YOU CAN WIN A FREE COPY OF TOP GUN!

Thanks to Paramount Home Entertainment, we have copies of Top Gun to giveaway— but you’ll have to earn it. No, you don’t have to go through flight school. To win, be the first to answer the following Top Gun trivia question correctly in the blog comment section below! RULES: YOU MUST BE 18 OR OVER TO BE ELIGIBLE TO PLAY. TomCruise.com reserves the right to redefine game rules, prize awards, and winner eligibility requirements at any time.

Top Gun Trivia Question #5: We have a winner of the last blu-ray & digital copy giveaway this week! Megan V. was the first to answer the below question correctly!

Decode the FINAL clue in our week-long Top Gun trivia series! Provide the words in their correct order and specify their significance to the film Top Gun.

Clue: Dehu Naoyy lacoafniri  iagnzmae

Answer: Top Gun was inspired by the article “Top Guns” written by Ehud Yonay for California magazine.

That does it for this week’s Top Gun trivia series folks! It certainly flew by ;) A huge thank you to everyone who participated in the contest and congratulations again to all the winners!

Top Gun Trivia Question #4: We have a winner of the fourth blu-ray & digital copy giveaway! ‘Geoteter’ was the first to answer the below question correctly!

Put Your Mind Burners On! Unscramble the fourth clue in our week-long Top Gun trivia contest. Give us the answer and its significance to the film Top Gun!

Clue: naiajk9nisaka0w0

Answer: The Kawasaki Ninja 900 motorcycle was ridden by Maverick in the film!

If you haven’t won already, we’ll be rounding off this weeks Top Gun trivia series with ONE last chance for you to play for a Top Gun blu-ray and digital copy! Stay tuned for your challenge coming later today!

Top Gun Trivia Question #3: We have a winner of the third blu-ray & digital copy giveaway! @Jonjobutcher was the first to answer the below question correctly!

What 80′s band featured in Rock of Ages was considered to record the Top Gun theme song “Danger Zone” before Kenny Loggins?
Answer: Kenny Loggins got the Top Gun gig for the hit single “Danger Zone”, but REO Speedwagon, who is featured in the Rock of Ages musical, was considered first.

Congratulations @Jonjobutcher! For your chance to win the Top Gun blu-ray and digital copy, make sure to check back in for trivia question #4 later today!

Top Gun Trivia Question #2: We have a winner of the second giveaway! Kevin Bell was the first to answer the below question correctly!

What Top Gun actor has appeared in three Tony Scott films?
Answer: Val Kilmer, who played “Ice man” in Top Gun. He teamed up with director Tony Scott in two more films: True Romance and Deja Vu.

We’ll be giving away the Top Gun Blu-ray and digital copy combo all week so make sure to stay tuned for your next chance to win!

Top Gun Trivia Question #1: We have a winner of the first giveaway. @Shirlise was the first to answer the question below correctly and takes home the Blu-Ray and digital copy combo of  Top Gun.

How many times is James Tolkan addressed by his character name throughout the film? Answer: Zero times. The character, Stinger, is only referred to as ‘Sir.”

Check back shortly for the next trivia question and yet another chance to add this Cruise classic to your film library.

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  • http://twitter.com/shirlise ✔ shirlise

    LOL I think none…i don’t remember them calling him anything but Sir

  • http://www.facebook.com/ahmetziyaturk Ahmet Ziya Türk

    top gun 2 moviemaking,  when the movie will start shooting? I want a role in.. :)

  • Renee

    Loving your daily news and info guys – keep up the good work. Pity entrants must be a US resident to be eligible to play. It would be great if some of the competitions were open to residents from other countries (such as Australia).

  • Anonymous

    The contest is now open to international fans too! Go ahead and play :)

  • http://twitter.com/MagdaTainy Barbies Collectors

    Certainly this film is one of the best classics I’ve ever seen!

  • ss

    Action Pack movies above good sense and good entertainment.  Thank you.  Affordable?  Good education tools for Red, White and Blue.

  • BayRomeo

    All great films. Great mission impossible 4.

  • Josh Costella

    Answer for #5

    Ehud Yonay wrote an article “Top Guns” for California Magazine that was part of the inspiration for the screenplay.

    Josh Costella

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002899586753 Tempest Tha

    The screenplay was written by Jim Cash and Jack Epps, Jr., and was inspired by the article “Top Guns” written by Ehud Yonay for California magazine.

  • Cat

    The screenplay was inspired by the article “Top Guns” written by Ehud Yonay for California Magazine.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002899586753 Tempest Tha

    Ehud Yonay California Maganize. 
    The screenplay was written by Jim Cash and Jack Epps, Jr., and was inspired by the article “Top Guns” written by Ehud Yonay for California magazine.

  • Jaime_salame

    it was inspired by an article written by Ehud Yonay for the California Magazine called “Top Guns”.. that is the answer EHUD YONAY CALIFORNIA MAGAZINE 

  • Dreamsofmusic

    answer is: ehud yonay california magazine. He wrote an article for california magazine called top guns, which the movie is based off of. :)

  • Anonymous

     Ehud Yonay California Magazine inspired the movie top gun. 

  • http://twitter.com/pangpond3307 pangpond3307

    Warof the world  is best,i like

  • Kapinkstone

    Ehud Yonay California magazine. Wrote a magazine atricle (“Top Guns”) in the May 1983 California magazine about Top Gun.

  • Noelle Muro

    Ehud Yonay California magazine, article “Top  Guns” Inspiration for the movie

  • Margaret Radabagh

    Ehud Yonay California Magazine. Significance is the movie is based on the article Top Guns written by him.

  • http://twitter.com/MarcDM198 Marcus Mendinghall

    How do i answer the trivia?

  • http://twitter.com/MarcDM198 Marcus Mendinghall

    Ehud Yonay’s article from California Magazine was the inspiration for the movie 

  • Hbritton28

    Ehud Yonay California Magazine

    The screenplay was written by Jim Cash and Jack Epps, Jr., and was inspired by the article “Top Guns” written by Ehud Yonay for California magazine

  • Anonymous

    Ehud Yonay (article “Top Guns” in California Magazine) Wrote an article about the flying of Top Gun ‘Mig-28′ and the making of Top Gun

  • http://twitter.com/nucleoid Ayesha

    The screenplay for Top Gun was written by Jim Cash and Jack Epps, Jr., and was inspired by the article “Top Guns” written by Ehud Yonay for California magazine

  • Anonymous

    Ehud Yonay California magazine

  • Anonymous

    Ehud Yonay California magazine

  • Anonymous

    Ehud Yonay California magazine

  • http://twitter.com/pistonhjr Axel Geisler

    Ehud Yonay California Magazine. The film was based on an article by Ehud Yonay called “Top Guns” published in California Magazine.

  • Jackbutty7

    Ehud Yonay California Magazine

  • Jackbutty7

    Ehud Yonay California Magazine

  • http://twitter.com/Mike_Sorensen Mike Sorensen

    The article “Top Guns” by “Ehud Yonay for California magazine” was what inspired Jim C and Jack E to write the screenplay for Top Gun.

  • http://twitter.com/Mike_Sorensen Mike Sorensen

    The article “Top Guns” by “Ehud Yonay for California magazine” was what inspired Jim C and Jack E to write the screenplay for Top Gun.

  • http://twitter.com/gunjanjaswal Gunjan Jaswal

    Scrambled word is Ehud Yonay California Magazine….The screenplay was written by Jim Cash and Jack Epps, Jr., and was inspired by the article “Top Guns” written by Ehud Yonay for California magazine.

  • Amanda

    Ehud Yonay wrote “Top Guns” for California Magazine in which the Top Gun script was written for.

  • Aerostal

    The screenplay for top gun the movie was writen by jim cash and jack epps jr and was inspired from the article top gun written by Ehud Yonay for California Magazine

  • Gogis

    Is there any plans for TOP GUN II?