21 Pilots singer says Tom Cruise ‘fired everyone’ in ‘big deal’ while filming ‘Top Gun: Maverick’

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21 Pilots vocalist Tyler Joseph has revealed that the band were set to write the music for the “Top Gun: Maverick” soundtrack.

Joseph claimed the project came to a halt when Tom Cruise “fired everyone”.

“You know, I was working with the – I don’t even know if I’m even supposed to say this, whatever – I was working with the music placement manager for the new ‘Top Gun’ on writing a new song for them ,” Joseph told radio station KROQ.

“And then I think Tom Cruise came along and kicked everybody out.”

21 Pilots singer Tyler Joseph recently revealed that he was supposed to write the music for “Top Gun: Maverick” but was “fired” by Tom Cruise.

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Joseph noted that there were a few “revisions” throughout filming, saying, “The trailer’s been out for about three years, so there were a few revisions, and I was one of them. They have moved on.”

“Top Gun: Maverick” will premiere on May 24 after delays due to the coronavirus pandemic. Cruise recently showed up at the world premiere in a helicopter.

Although Joseph saw some scenes, he hadn’t actually started writing music for the soundtrack when he was “fired”.

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“I saw a few scenes,” he explained. “They brought me in to show me scenes and stuff. I actually don’t think I started writing.”

“It was actually pretty soon after they brought me in to show me parts of the movie and what they were looking for and stuff that I learned there was like a big swap. “

A representative for Cruise did not respond to Fox News Digital’s immediate request for comment.

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Tom Cruise recently appeared at the world premiere of "Top Gun: Maverick" in a helicopter.

Tom Cruise recently showed up at the world premiere of “Top Gun: Maverick” in a helicopter.

Instead of working on the music for a movie, Joseph, along with 21 Pilots drummer Josh Dun, decided to release a cinematic experience for fans. The movie, “21 Pilots Cinema Experience,” will screen for one night only on May 19. Fans will be able to watch an extended version of the band’s 2021 live performance of “Scaled and Icy.”

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