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Lady Gaga is reportedly behind the theme song of the new "Top Gun: Maverick" film, titled "Hold My Hand."


On Sunday, April 10, a fan took to Twitter to share a video and photos of the official poster for the film outside what seems to be a movie theater.

Fans can see Lady Gaga's name mentioned in the "music by" film credits alongside Oscar-winning film composers Hans Zimmer and Harold Faltermeyer.

It has been nearly 36 years since "Top Gun" first took flight, and in 2022, fans are thrilled to see "Top Gun: Maverick" taking to the air again.

According to the video shared on Twitter, the "Top Gun: Maverick" movie poster also featured the usual list of credits that fans would hope to see in the film, such as Val Kilmer, Ed Harris, and Jennifer Connelly.

Lady Gaga teaming up with Hans Zimmer, who is known for iconic scores such as "The Lion King," "The Dark Knight," and "Dune," seems like a musical dream collab.

Gaga recently celebrated her 13th Grammy win for "Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album," for which she was nominated for her collaborative album "Love For Sale" with Tony Bennett. She shared a heartwarming post on Instagram after the big win.

The original "Top Gun" soundtrack is credited for going nine times platinum and reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 200 albums chart for five non-consecutive weeks in 1986.

Hits such as "Take My Breath Away (Love Theme from Top Gun)" by Berlin and "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins are still fan-favorites today.

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