The first trailer for “tornadoes“, the highly anticipated sequel to the 1996 film “Twister,” is finally here.
In the trailer for the upcoming film, Kate Cooper (Daisy Edgar-Jones) and Tyler Owens (Glen Powell) play storm chasers who join forces to “try to predict, and possibly control, the immense power of tornadoes,” according to the trailer. description.
The trailer shows the pair getting up close and personal with several horrific tornadoes that level cities, bring down telephone wires, and wreak havoc.
“You don’t face your fears,” Powell’s character said. “You ride them,” he finished, showing the spirit of the storm chasers.
“As storm season intensifies, terrifying phenomena never seen before will be unleashed, and Kate, Tyler and their competing teams find themselves squarely in the path of multiple storm systems converging over central Oklahoma in the fight to their lives,” according to the film’s description.
Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment released the trailer for the film, which hits theaters on July 19, during the Super Bowl on Sunday night.
Two-time Oscar nominee Lee Isaac Chung, the filmmaker behind “Minari,” directs the film from a script by Mark L. Smith, who co-wrote “The Revenant” and “The Boys in the Boat.”
The film is a sequel to Jan de Bont’s 1996 classic, starring Helen Hunt and the late actor Bill Paxton as estranged spouses Jo and Bill, storm chasers on the brink of divorce who join forces to chase tornadoes in Oklahoma in order to to test the research device created to study storms.
“Twister” won almost 500 million dollars at the global box office and received two Academy Award nominations, one for best sound and one for best visual effects.