In the film, only a portion of the barroom singalong is shown, with footage of Teller’s Rooster and his fellow fledgling aviators partying intercut with Tom Cruise’s Maverick having flashbacks to the 1986 film; in the original Top Gun, Maverick’s late co-pilot Goose sings the Jerry Lee Lewis classic to his son (who, spoiler alert, grows up to be Rooster).
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The newly released video features the uncut Rooster performance without all the sappy stuff, allowing Top Gun fans of the film to enjoy two and a half minutes of unadulterated revelry.
Additionally, Teller’s version of “Great Balls of Fire” also features on the Top Gun: Maverick soundtrack alongside Kenny Loggins’ classic “Danger Zone” and Lady Gaga’s new power balled “Hold My Hand.“