Movie Buffs Still Feeling the Need for Speed 30 Years Later

"Top Gun" fans all around the world celebrated the 30th anniversary of the hit blockbuster.
1:11 | 05/17/16

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30 years ago today, we felt their need, the need for speed. Matt Gutman, though, on what we never knew about "Top gun." ♪ You've lost that loving feeling ♪ Reporter: But it's hardly ♪ gone, gone, gone ♪ ♪ whoa, whoa, whoa ♪ Reporter: Tom cruise cemented his blockbuster status as a grinning 23-year-old famously and sweatily playing volleyball. In jeans. Who felt the need -- The need for speed. ♪ Highway to the danger zone ♪ Reporter: Cruising on that motorcycle, Tom boosted ray-ban sales by 40%. A spike that will -- ♪ take my breath away ♪ Reporter: Speaking of which -- kids, close your eyes. This scene only added because testing audiences wanted something more steamy. Okay, that's enough. Nostalgic? Good news. A sequel is in the works with You can be my wing man any time. Reporter: Matt Gutman, ABC news, Los Angeles. 30 years. I'm David mu Next on newscenter 5.

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