'Top Gun: Maverick' still not streaming on Paramount+

"Top Gun: Maverick" from Paramount is raking in $1.4 billion at the global box office thanks to strong theatre attendance. 

The movie went on sale for digital download on Tuesday, but it's yet unknown when the "Top Gun" sequel will be accessible for streaming on Paramount+.

Users can choose to pay $20 on the Paramount website to purchase the movie's digital copy through Microsoft's store, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Apple TV, and iTunes. 

On November 1, "Top Gun: Maverick" will also be accessible on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K Ultra HD.

However, Paramount has yet to reveal a release date for the film on its premier streaming service, Paramount+.

The theatrical run of "Top Gun: Maverick," which debuted in theatres at the end of May, will exceed Paramount's customary 45-day window for new movies, according to Paramount CEO Bob Bakish.

It's been about three months since the movie first aired in theatres, where you may still see it today. 

Compared to other Paramount films that were released this year, this one has stayed in theatres the longest.