This is the cheesy 'Top Gun' commercial Pepsi made in the 1980s
In 1986, Paramount released "Top Gun," a movie that was so epic it made countless movie goers want to become Naval aviators.
"We're going ballistic," — Goose.
The film was such a smash hit that producers began getting endorsement deals left and right. One such deal came from the widely known soft drink company "Pepsi."
You may have heard of it before.
Pepsi put out several commercials during their slogan campaign pumping its low-calorie option: "Diet Pepsi: The Choice of a New Generation."
But none were as epic as what you're about to witness.
The commercial starts out with two American jets entering the frame, then after buzzing past the camera a few times — one of the pilots decides he needs a diet Pepsi. As he pulls a lever back, a chilled drink pops up out of a customized metal container.
But as he goes to lift it up, there's a malfunction, and the Pepsi doesn't want to come out of its customized storage unit — and that's a problem.
The other pilots jokingly mock him for a few moments, but our "Mustang" Pepsi drinker takes a bottle opener and removes the cap. He then rolls the plane into an inverted position just like Maverick and Goose did at the beginning of "Top Gun."
As the jet turns over, the Pepsi pours into a cup the pilot has made ready to hold his delicious drink and positions himself right above his sh*t talking fellow pilots.
We told you it was epic.
Check out LRSVID's video below to see this cheesy "Top Gun" influenced commercial for yourself.