Glen Powell feels 'inspired' by Blue Angels

Glen Powell has been "completely awestruck" by Blue Angels.

The 35-year-old actor has always been fascinated by aviation and Glen feels proud to have served as a producer on 'The Blue Angels', a new documentary about the US Navy and Marine Corps flight squadron.

Glen - who starred alongside Tom Cruise in 'Top Gun: Maverick' in 2022 - told Us Weekly: "I just felt like they’re just such an inspirational and aspirational group.

"For me, obviously, getting to grow up with that on my bedroom wall is one thing, but to also make 'Top Gun' and to make 'Devotion' and fly with the Blues and feel like the aviation community has really been such an important part of my life."

The Hollywood star confessed to being amazed by the skills of the pilots.

He said: "It’s almost impossible to watch a Blue Angels show and not be just completely awestruck by what’s happening and how it’s even possible."

Glen's love of aviation started during his childhood, years before he appeared in 'Top Gun: Maverick'.

The actor explained: "I remember as a kid going with my grandfather, my mom and my aunts and my cousins and we all had the same sort of experience.

"From every age group, everybody was looking at the sky with that same sort of reverence."

Meanwhile, Glen has enjoyed a meteoric rise in recent years, and the actor is determined to make the most of his career opportunities.

The movie star - who appeared alongside Sydney Sweeney in 'Anyone but You', the 2023 rom-com - told Men's Health magazine: "When the sun is shining, you gotta make hay. And you gotta chase this while you got it."