Hollywood A-lister Tom Cruise has point blank refused to quash rumours of a second Top Gun movie.
Speaking to ITV News on whether there was a new movie planned, he said: "I have no idea. Sometimes it just takes time.
"It's a matter of when things come together. Sometimes films that you have worked on for many, many years...
"I have had films that I have worked on for years and years and finally the right piece has come together and you feel that it's going to be something that is exciting."
Pressed on whether a sequel could work so long after the first movie, Cruise said: "You don't know." The original 1986 film told the story of US Navy elite fighter weapons school students competing to be best in their class.
A private funeral will be held this weekend for film director Tony Scott. The 68 year-old committed suicide by jumping off a bridge in California on Sunday. His family will announce plans for a public gathering to celebrate his life soon.
The results from film director Tony Scott's autopsy could take six weeks and rumours he was diagnosed with brain cancer are "totally false", a spokesman for the Los Angeles Department of Coroner said.
He said: "I spoke with Mrs Scott yesterday and she said that (the rumours) was totally false."
There have been reports that British film director Tony Scott had been suffering from inoperable brain cancer.
The original claim was made by ABC News in the United States, citing sources close to the Top Gun film-maker, but Los Angeles County Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter told the broadcaster that Mr Scott's family were not aware that the director had cancer.
Hollywood website TMZ is reporting that British Director Tony Scott did not have inoperable brain cancer. It claims his wife told investigators the rumours were "absolutely false".
The actor Tom Cruise, who starred in Top Gun, has paid tribute to the film director Tony Scott calling him a "creative visionary whose mark on film is immeasurable".
"Tony was my dear friend and I will really miss him ... My deepest sorrow and thoughts are with his family at this time."
A source told the New York Post: "He has been suffering from cancer and he had a relapse. He wasn’t depressed, he was a lovely guy. On Sundays everyone went to his house, there would be the guy who worked in his local restaurant sitting by the pool by Michael Caine".
Another source told the newspaper: "He had been in the hospital earlier this summer, in the past few months, and he had been recuperating. The official story was it was a hip operation, but people suspected he underwent another cancer operation".
Val Kilmer, who played Iceman in the Tony Scott-directed Top Gun, actress Susan Sarandon and filmmaker Spike Lee have tweeted:
"I was really shocked this morning because Tony Scott as a director was just so full of energy," said film critic James King.
He described the North Shields born 68-year-old as an "incredible stylish director of action movies...these were really edge-of-your-seat movies."
Ivan Dunleavy, chief executive of Shepperton Studios in Middlesex, said: