Miles Teller spent quality time with his wife Keleigh Sperry and several of his Top Gun: Maverick castmates while boarding a plane in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon.
The 35-year-old performer was captured chatting with co-star Glen Powell while making his way towards the airplane.
The group were reportedly headed to San Diego, where the original Top Gun film took place. The long-awaited sequel to the 1986 action flick hits theaters on May 27.
Heading out: Miles Teller was seen spending time with his wife, Keleigh Sperry, and several of his Top Gun: Maverick castmates while boarding a plane in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon
Teller kept it casual in a red t-shirt and black shorts while preparing to take off with his castmates.
Sperry, 29, opted for a leather jacket and jeans, and she made sure to take a photo of the plane, which featured various Top Gun-related graphics.
Jon Hamm was also present during the group outing, and he opted to wear a patterned sweater and a set of dark blue jeans.
The performer was also spotted while speaking with the feature’s director, Joseph Kosinski, who rocked a gray jacket on top of a navy blue polo shirt.
Capturing the moment: Sperry, 29, opted for a leather jacket and jeans, and she made sure to take a photo of the plane, which featured various Top Gun-related graphics
Standing out: Jon Hamm was also present during the group outing, and he opted to wear a patterned sweater and a set of dark blue jeans
Powell also shared a video that had been taken while he entered the plane to his Instagram Story.
The performer also added a text graphic to his post that simply read: ‘Headed back to Miramar…’
Cast member Greg Tarzan Davis shared a lengthy video to his Instagram account to share various stories about his time working on the forthcoming project.
Teller also posted a black-and-white shot of the plane to her Instagram Story.
Sharing his experience: Powell also shared a video that had been taken while he entered the plane to his Instagram Story
Scenic view: Teller also posted a black-and-white shot of the plane to her Instagram Story
Expressing his thoughts: Cast member Greg Tarzan Davis shared a lengthy video to his Instagram account to share various stories about his time working on the forthcoming project
Development on Top Gun: Maverick initially began in 2010, when producer Jerry Bruckheimer and the first film’s director, Tony Scott, were contacted about producing a sequel to the 1986 movie.
The title of the project was revealed by star Tom Cruise, who was not present during the group flight, in 2017, and Kosinski signed on to direct that same year.
Much of the feature’s cast was brought together over the course of the following year, when it was confirmed that Val Kilmer would reprise his role as Admiral Tom ‘Iceman’ Kazansky.
Physical production on the project began in 2018, and continued in several locations before shooting wrapped the following year.
Good company: Teller and Powell were seen while having a pleasant conversation as they made their way towards the plane
Hopping on: Teller, Hamm and their castmates queued up while waiting to board the plane
Top Gun: Maverick was initially set to be released in 2019, although it was initially delayed in order to allow for various visual touch-ups to be added.
It was subsequently delayed for a second time owing to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The feature eventually had its world premiere at the recently-held CinemaCon on April 28.
Teller previously spoke about working on Top Gun: Maverick during an interview with Men’s Health, where he spoke about experiencing doubts regarding taking on the task of appearing in the project.
Capturing the moment: Several cast members, including Bashir Salahuddin, appeared to be impressed with the plane’s decoration
‘I don’t want this to come out the wrong way, but there was a part of me that didn’t know if I wanted to be a part of something that could bring that much attention and success to me,’ he said.
The performer, who underwent extensive flight training before working on the project, spoke about what set certain pilots apart from those featured in the movie.
‘There is none of that alpha bravado. Flying these jets is so hard. The difference between a squadron pilot and a Top Gun pilot is how well they understand the plane,’ he said.
Riding in style: The group’s plane featured a custom print that bore Top Gun: Maverick’s logo
Staying close: Teller, Sperry and a friend were seen while heading towards the airplane
Not alone: The social media personality made sure to stay close to her pal as she prepared to board the plane
Teller noted that, although the project would likely bring him more exposure, he also understood that simply working on the movie would not exactly make him feel as if he had achieved a certain level of achievement.
‘Everybody views success differently. For me, it didn’t necessarily mean being a part of the biggest movie,’ he said.
Top Gun: Maverick is currently scheduled to be released in the United States on May 27.
Coming soon: Top Gun: Maverick is currently scheduled to be released in the United States on May 27