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Val Kilmer did not want to be in this film, but was forced to by contractual obligations. Tony Scott reassured him, "I know that the script is insufficient, but it will get better, Val. Wait until you see these jets. They take your breath away." Kilmer ended up liking the movie, saying "All in all, the movie was both a blast and an education."

Pete "Maverick" Mitchell's first name was Evan in early scripts of the film. It was later changed to Pete as an homage to Pete Pettigrew, who worked on the film. (Pettigrew appears in the bar scene early in the film as Charlie's older male date.)

In the beginning it is revealed that Maverick was put "in hack" (hack is pronunciation of the acronym HACQ) twice. This is Naval slang for House Arrest - Confined to Quarters, usually during a port call and thus not being allowed to leave the ship.

This movie was made with the close cooperation of, and script oversight by, the U.S. Military and the Department of Defense Entertainment Media Office. In a May 2022 Washington Post article titled "'Top Gun,' Brought to You by the U.S. Military," Theo Zenou reports that the movie's producers Jerry Bruckheimer and Don Simpson agreed to allow the military to have a say in the story line to get access to some of the planes, aircraft carriers, and other equipment they needed: "they needed military-grade equipment. As Time revealed in 1986, the DOD offered them a sweet deal: For $1.8 million, they would have 'the use of Miramar Naval Air Station' as well as "four aircraft carriers and about two dozen F-14 Tomcats, F-5 Tigers and A-4 Skyhawks, some flown by real-life Top Gun pilots.' It's unlikely the film could have gotten made without the Pentagon's considerable support. A single F-14 Tomcat cost about $38 million. The total budget for "Top Gun" was $15 million. In exchange for DOD backing, the producers agreed to let the department make changes to the script. Maverick's buddy, Goose, no longer perished in a midair collision because, according to the Navy, "too many pilots were crashing." Meanwhile, Maverick's love interest, Charlie, went from being a service member to a civilian because Navy regulations forbid officers and enlisted personnel from having relationships."

The signature volleyball scene featuring a glistening Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer has remained a pop culture fascination right the movie premiere for all the later generations. To capture the magic, Scott burned an entire day on filming, something the studio did not expect for the scene, which was only a paragraph long in the script. That scene was scripted as a real game," editor Chris Lebenzon says on this week's episode of THR's Behind the Screen podcast. "They kept score and everything and Tony shot it like a commercial, and they were angry." Added fellow editor Billy Weber: "The studio was so pissed off. The head of production, Charlie McGuire, he said, 'I'm gonna fire him' because he spent a whole day shooting this scene." Reflects Weber on the anger over that volleyball scene: "And then of course it turns out it's one of the most famous scenes in a movie."

An original draft of the script specified that the final showdown involved North Korean aircraft. The final script made the nationalities of the enemy planes unknown and simply specified they were MiGs over the Indian Ocean.

Don Simpson was known for being a very hands-on producer but was noticeably absent during the making of Top Gun. This was mainly due to the fact that he was in rehab, being treated for his major dependency on prescription drugs. His use of illegal narcotics also led to him becoming increasingly paranoid, to the extent that he rarely left his home.

Tony Scott didn't want to shoot the Volleyball scene. When Paramount insisted upon it, he departed from the script; which had a detailed description of the moves and a running score; and instead focused on the bodies of the actors, whom he had covered in baby oil. The result was so homoerotic that he was nearly fired.

Kenny Loggins's upbeat song Danger Zone is played three times in the film, which is more than any other song. There is even a thrilling scene in which Maverick races a Tomcat taking off on his motorbike with the song playing.

The Pentagon demanded script approval to ensure that the Navy was portrayed in a positive light. They demanded the cause of Goose's death be changed from a midair collision to an ejection mishap because the Navy was concerned that it looked like too many pilots were crashing.

A script for "Top Gun 2" was completed shortly after the release of the film, but it broke down in pre-production because, 1) the military's technology had become updated and they didn't want camera crew anywhere near their new aircraft, and, 2) Tom Cruise did not want a sequel and finally agreed to star in one for a very high amount that was deemed "unaffordable." The script followed the further adventures of Maverick as an instructor at the Top Gun academy, the twist being a cocky female reminiscent of himself joining the team.

If you've never seen console commands before, it might all look a bit complicated, but it really isn't! To help ease you in, here's a little example of how to actually type things into the console. Let's take the setplayerrace command, which lets us change your character's race. For this example, we'll change into an Argonian.

The race ID for an Argonian is argonianrace, so we type that in without the brackets. Brackets are only used in this table to help clarify when there are multiple IDs needed in one command. You don't need to use brackets when typing yourself.

A key reason few of us hack, is also a key reason few will audit open source systems for free. We work our asses off, and the last thing which is healthy to do is to come home and do more work in the very same area.

Perl is an interesting language. I used to hack away in it long ago before I found certain properties mattered when robustness was goal. ? One interesting thing about it was how it countered UNIX style of one, kludgy program per use-case. Wall was a bit subversive. I always see he developed it at Unisys for reports with rumors it involved high-assurance security. Hard to substantiate that last part.

Turns out, he developed it to manage code & docs of BLACKER VPN at Systems Development Corporation for the NSA. BLACKER was the first high-assurance, thin-client VPN ever made which internally leveraged GEMSOS security kernel. So, PERL hackers have high-assurance security community, the NSA, and Larry Wall to thank for the fun they have. ?

Late nineties, I did a lot of Perl scripting, especially in the context of website CGI-scripts. However powerful, Perl tends to be a bit of a maintenance nightmare if not properly documented as it allows you to write really concise code that may not always be very legible for newbies taking over a project.

The code is provided asa tar archive that can be unpacked and launched without system-wideinstallation. The launcher is a shell script named collide;although there is no documentation, reading the script reveals thatyou can specify a session password by appending-password=foo . This is an important distinctionbecause one must specify a password in order for users on othermachines to join in. The script starts up a web server sessionrunning locally on port 8080; without password protection, onlyconnections from localhost are accepted. 041b061a72


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