Top Gun: Maverick Star Miles Teller is not figurative when he says he has kerosene in his blood.
In a recent interview, the actor revealed a strange allergic reaction he had after flying a fighter jet in the film Late Night with Seth Meyers.
“We landed and I was like, ‘Man, I don’t feel so good,'” Teller told the host. “I was really hot and just started itching like crazy. So I got off the jet. I’m just covered in hives. Head to toe… I’m in an oatmeal bath tonight. I have sensitive skin anyway, Irish-Scottish skin to be honest. No dyes, no nothing.”
The actor went straight to the doctor for a blood test, which revealed he had “flame retardants, pesticides and jet fuel” in his bloodstream.
Naturally, the actor briefed the film’s lead, Tom Cruise, on the results the next day, and the star reacted extremely top-gun.
“Tom says, ‘How did it go Miles? What did they find?’” Teller said. “I thought, ‘Well, Tom, turns out I have jet fuel in my blood.’ And without skipping a beat, Tom says, ‘Yeah, I was born with it, kid.'”
Teller plays Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw, son of the late Nick “Goose” Bradshaw, in the film, alongside Cruise’s eponymous Pete “Maverick” Mitchell.
Cruise provided the cast of the top gun Continued through a “grueling” flight training program as he prepares for filming. “Aside from having to train them to be pilots, they had to tick the boxes to be able to fly on the naval planes and get the same training that those naval aviators do,” Kevin La Rosa Jr. loner‘s aerial coordinator, who helped Cruise put together the training program, said in an interview with The Independent.
that of the independent Critic Clarisse Loughrey admitted Top Gun: Maverick four out of five stars in their rating.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/miles-teller-top-gun-maverick-b2103303.html Miles Teller says he broke out in hives and had real jet fuel in his blood after the Top Gun flight