Top Gun's Miles Teller cuts a dapper figure in a suit as he enjoys dinner with wife Keleigh Sperry after appearing on BBC's The One Show
The Top Gun actor, 35, was suited and booted as he spent quality time with his beau following appearing on BBC's The One Show.
The performer seemed in high spirits as he dressed smart in a blue blazer and matching trousers over a plane white T-shirt for the swanky restaurant in Mayfair.
Smart: Miles Teller cut a dapper figure in a suit as he enjoyed an evening at La Petite Maison in London with his wife Keleigh Sperry on Monday
Stunning: Miles was joined by wife Keleigh Sperry, 29, who flashed her toned legs through a black skirt which featured two thigh high splits and opted for a striking pair of leather boots
Miles opted for a pair of blue slip on shoes and was spotted signing autographs on his promo pictures of himself portraying Lieutenant Bradley Bradshaw, aka Rooster, in Top Gun: Maverick.
Keleigh, 29, flashed her toned legs through a black skirt which featured two thigh high splits.
The beauty tucked a cream high neck jumper into the midi skirt and added some height to her frame in a pair of striking cream leather boots.
Stylish: The Top Gun actor, 35, was suited and booted as he spent quality time with his beau Keleigh, 29, following his appearing on BBC's The One Show
Character: Miles (pictured) will also star alongside Tom Cruise, Jon Hamm, Ed Harris and Monica Barbaro, as well as Val Kilmer, who returned to play Admiral Tom 'Iceman' Kazansky
She carried her personal belongings in a black shoulder bag and styled her dark tresses in a chic half up half down do.
Keleigh looked radiant in a natural makeup palette and completed her look with several dazzling rings.
The outing follows after Miles appeared on the BBC show alongside co-star Jennifer Connelly to discuss their upcoming film.
Dapper: The performer seemed in high spirits as he dressed smart in a blue blazer and matching trousers over a plane white T-shirt for the swanky restaurant in Mayfair
Fans: Miles was spotted signing autographs on his promo pictures portraying Lieutenant Bradley Bradshaw, aka Rooster, in Top Gun: Maverick
The Oscar winner, 51, who plays Penny Benjamin in the action movie which follows a group of young pilots, beamed as the pair were interviewed by Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas.
Miles was asked about the intense training he underwent in preparation for the movie.
He revealed: 'Tom put us through his boot camp. It started out easy in the beginning. Then they said OK, lets do a control stall and they turn off the engine'.
Landing the role: Development on Top Gun: Maverick initially began in 2010, and Miles was cast in the project eight years later
Development on Top Gun: Maverick initially began in 2010, and Miles was cast in the project eight years later.
Other cast members include Tom Cruise, Jon Hamm, Ed Harris and Monica Barbaro, as well as Val Kilmer, who returned to play Admiral Tom 'Iceman' Kazansky.
Principal production on the feature began in May of 2018 and continued until the following June, when Miles announced that he had finished filming his scenes.
Earlier in the day: The outing follows after Miles appeared on the BBC show alongside co-star Jennifer Connelly to discuss their upcoming film
Jennifer Connelly and Tom Cruise in Top Gun: Maverick, the sequel to the 1986 classic
Top Gun: Maverick was initially set to be released in 2019, although it was delayed due to production issues.
The onset of the global pandemic caused the movie's debut date to get pushed back even further in April of 2020.
The movie's date was reset on two further occasions before it was eventually given a premiere date of May 27, 2022.
Nervous: Jennifer Connelly, 51, has revealed that she found herself flying through the air with Tom Cruise on the set of Top Gun: Maverick despite it 'not being part of the deal' (pictured with co-star Miles)
Taking to the skies: Despite Jennifer's character owning a bar and keeping her feet on the ground, while the films' pilots take to the air, she revealed that found herself suddenly taking to the sky - with Hollywood heartthrob Tom Cruise (pictured) as her pilot (pictured together on the set)
Top Gun's victory roll as Tom Cruise roars back at 1,189mph... and he hasn't changed a bit: PETER HOSKIN reviews famed movie pilot's return in Top Gun: Maverick
Maverick ( PG, 135 mins)
We all know that Tom Cruise does his own stunts, but this is something else. There he is in an F-18 fighter jet, his billion-dollar face contorted by G-forces, as the whole thing roars off an aircraft carrier in the middle of the ocean.
The only small nod to sanity is that Cruise isn’t flying the jet himself: The US Navy wouldn’t let him.
Otherwise, everything else is real: The plane, the warship, the stomach-turning gravitational pulls. He’s actually up there in the sky going at 1,189mph as the camera rolls.
Cruise experiencing G-force in F-18 fighter jet in Top Gun: Maverick
In Top Gun: Maverick, the new sequel to the 1986 original, this kind of macho film-making isn’t just showing off. It’s the point.
Nowadays, they could get computers to do all the work, but Cruise refuses to stand aside. So they just strap him in and watch him go.
In this respect, Cruise has much in common with his character, fighter pilot Pete Mitchell, who doesn’t appear to have changed much over the past 30-odd years. He’s still going by the call sign ‘Maverick’ – and acting the tough guy, too.
After graduating from the Top Gun school all those years ago, he’s stuck to riding his motorcycle, playing shirtless beach sports and flying planes really, really fast. ‘You should be a two-star admiral by now,’ says Ed Harris, playing a military big brass in an early scene. But Maverick remains a five-star rule breaker.
Cruise and Jennifer Connelly in Top Gun: Maverick
However, if Maverick hasn’t changed, the world of war has changed around him. As Harris warns in his all-too-brief appearance, unmanned drones are on their way to replace pilots.
Meanwhile, the unnamed enemy – Russia? China? Who knows? – now has technologically superior aircraft. America, or perhaps the whole of humanity, seems to have its back against the wall.
Top Gun: Maverick may not do the most thorough job of exploring these unsettling developments. (Maverick’s response to a warning that the future is coming fast? ‘Not today.’)
But they do serve the useful purpose of distinguishing this sequel from the original with all its Reagan-era bravado. Admittedly, there is a lot here that is retread. Soon enough, Maverick is ordered back to train a new generation of hotshots in preparation for a strike on a nuclear facility.
Well, I say ‘new generation’ but, with the exception of a female pilot (Monica Barbaro), they’re pretty much like the old bunch.
There’s the arrogant one (Glen Powell), the nerdy one (Lewis Pullman) and even one (Miles Teller) who happens to be the son of Nick ‘Goose’ Bradshaw, Maverick’s best buddy, who died in the original.
The familiar dive bar returns, and this time it contains a new love interest in the form of Jennifer Connelly. Maverick’s adversary-turned-friend Iceman (Val Kilmer) also shows up in a scene which is touching given Kilmer’s real-life struggles with throat cancer.
if Maverick hasn’t changed, the world of war has changed around him has, writes PETER HOSKIN
All this is ambrosia for nostalgics, but whenever the film threatens to become too cosy, it shocks itself – and us – back into the present with another madly ambitious action sequence.
The final mission, with fighter jets buzzing around a snowscape, is an astonishing display of film-making bravado.
It’s loud, sometimes silly, often crazy. But in the end, the moral of the heart-stopping story is clear: Tom Cruise is a rootin’-tootin’ hero.
The question is: If they wait another 30 years to make Top Gun 3, will he actually look any older?
Top Gun: Maverick is released in cinemas here on May 27