Fit Fix: Jerry Bruckheimer and Tom Cruise Might Actually Be Making “Top Gun 2”

Jerry Bruckheimer and Tom Cruise
 


Negative, Ghost Rider, the Pattern is Full: Jerry Bruckheimer dropped a big hint on Wednesday that he’s open to a Top Gun sequel, which would pretty cool, at least as far as movie sequels are concerned. Look: If Tom Cruise climbing onto planes in midair at age 53 (see: Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation), there’s no reason he can’t pull off a 4g inverted dive with a MiG28 AGAIN. [Entertainment Weekly]

“Thanks, Tom”: Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson doesn’t care that you’re not a fan of Tom Brady. Anderson, a previously undrafted player, took to Instagram on Wednesday to thank Brady for his words of encouragement, even though Brady’s Patriots had just lost the AFC Championship game.

I know a lot of people hate this man but man when he was pick 199 and was over look he inspired me I was undrafted and over came all the odds so bless what he told me at the end of this game. He said "CJ way to fight and prove everybody wrong you belong in this league and your one hell of a player I love the way you run keep climbing to be great" those words meant so much growing up watching Tom overcame I'm proud to say I'm 3-2 vs his teams and proud to say I get to battle him every year. Thanks Tom for telling me those words they will stick and I know a lot of people don't like you but I have MAD RESPECT. Thanks I see you overcome as others in this league and now it's my turn. ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ

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On to the Finals: Novak Djokovic proved once again why he’s the top player in men’s tennis right now, soundly defeating Roger Federer 6-1, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 on Wednesday to ascend to the men’s final at the Australian Open. [New York Times]

For High-Definition Selfies: The upcoming iPhone 7 is rumored to pack two rear-facing cameras (so, on the metal side, not the screen side)โ€”one for wide-angle lenses, and another equipped with optical zoom. [CNET]

Concussion: The late Tyler Sash, a former safety who won a Super Bowl with the New York Giants in 2012, was suffering from stage 2 chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative brain disease linked to concussions, when he died of an accidental drug overdose in September. Sash’s brain was analyzed by Dr. Ann McKee, a Boston University neuropathologist and expert in concussion-related brain damage. [New York Times]

Jurassic Parkour: Look, here’s a video of a (man dressed like a) T. Rex jumping over barriers for fun.

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Posted by FRONT magazine on Wednesday, January 27, 2016