I remember people being up in arms when Mel Brooks did his Nazi satire... I loved it and saw exactly where he was coming from. This will be another in the same ball park. I'll certainly be watching it.
I know it sounds crazy but I think what makes Gal Gadot so hot to me is that she can kill me with her bare hands. Being a hand to hand combat instructor in the IDF and knowing weapons and stuff...like the guy in the first Wonder Woman movie said, "I am afraid yet aroused."
Aside from that, she looks great, has a great smile, and her personality is just so fresh and fun. She seems very down to earth and quirky here and there (not as much as Audrey Plaza whose quirkiness I really love, but hey).
On the topic, I am looking forward to Top Gun: Maverick even though I am not a fan of the title. It seems a bit unimaginative. Also, the first "Top Gun" was called that because it was about the Top Gun school. Don't put that name in the title if you don't plan on featuring the school, otherwise you are just riding the coattails of the first one. That aside, the misgivings and things that made me worry all these years about there ever being a "Top Gun" sequel so far, from the trailer, seem to have been quelled and satisfied. So I am looking forward to it.
That and also "Matrix 4" and "John Wick 4."
"Also, I would prefer a back seater over the extra gas any day. I would have 80 pounds of flesh to eat and a pair of glasses to start a fire." --F/A-18 Hornet pilot
Possible, PM. My first thought was "To Be or Not To Be".
The recent "Producers" is a remake, also. Original was late 60's if I remember. Starred Gene Wilder and, I think, Zero Mostel. Kenneth Mars, who later played the police chief in "young Frankenstein", played the ex-Nazi playwright and the "actor" who played Hitler was done by Dick Shawn.