The long-delayed Top Gun: Maverick is making its final descent into theaters, and is all but guaranteed to give star Tom Cruise the biggest box office debut of his career.

Early tracking suggests that the film will open to at least $92 million  in its four-day Memorial Day extended weekend, with some estimating an  opening in the vicinity of $125 million.

If the upper-end of these estimates holds true it would roughly double Cruise’s previous best opening.

Steven Spielberg’s War of the Worlds remains the star’s biggest debut ($64.9 million in 2005), followed by 2018’s Mission: Impossible  Fallout ($61.2 million).

But with great word-of-mouth and a particularly all-or-nothing  promotional tour the film has everything going in its favor to perform to its potential.

Maverick will open for Thursday previews before taking off in over 4,700 theaters on Friday.

It’ll debut alongside The Bob’s Burgers Movie, which is tracking for an opening between $10 million and $14 million.

Internationally, Maverick will land in 62 markets this weekend, with South Korea on the horizon and China undated.