‘Top Gun’ Actor Sues Paramount Over Use of His Image in Sequel

Barry Tubb, known for his role as Wolfman in the original “Top Gun” film, has filed a lawsuit against Paramount+ alleging unauthorized use of his photo in the 2022 sequel, “Top Gun: Maverick.”

In Tubb’s lawsuit, he refers to a scene where Hangman (played by Glen Powell) and Coyote (played by Greg Tarzan Davis) uncover the revelation that Rooster Bradshaw (portrayed by Miles Teller) is the son of the late Goose (played by Anthony Edwards), according to the New York Post.

During the scene, Bradshaw draws attention to an old photo of the Top Gun Class of 1986, including Wolfman, Goose, Maverick (portrayed by Tom Cruise), and Iceman (portrayed by Val Kilmer).

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