Twisters Trailer gives the first look at the disaster movie directed by Glen Powell
During the Super Bowl, the first Twisters trailer was released by Universal Pictures ahead of its July 19, 2024 release date.
Twisters will be directed by filmmaker Minari Lee Isaac Chung from a screenplay written by Mark L. Smith. It is reported that it is not being developed as a direct sequel to the 1996 film but as a “new chapter” in the franchise.
“Edgar-Jones stars as Kate Cooper, a former storm chaser haunted by a devastating tornado during her college years who now safely studies storm patterns on screens in New York City . She is lured back to the open fields by her friend, Javi (Golden Globe nominee Anthony Ramos, In the Heights) to test a new tracking system. There, she crosses paths with Tyler Owens (Powell), the charming and irresponsible social media superstar who thrives by posting his wild adventures with his violent crew. , the riskier the better,” said the summary.
“As storm season approaches, terrifying phenomena like never before are unleashed, and Kate, Tyler and their competitive teams find themselves squarely in the paths of multiple storm systems. come together in central Oklahoma in the fight of their lives.”
You can watch the new Twisters trailer on YouTube below (see more trailers):
Daisy Edgar-Jones will take on the role of “a former storm chaser who works a desk job after surviving a terrifying tornado. But, she will be brought back out on the field.” Joining Edgar-Jones and Powell are Anthony Ramos, Brandon Perea, Maura Tierney, Sasha Lane, Kiernan Shipka, Harry Hadden-Paton, Nik Dodani, Tunde Adebimpe, Katy O’Brian, and David Corenswet. Steven Spielberg is currently attached to executive produce through Amblin Entertainment. It is being produced by Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley. Universal’s Sara Scott and Jacqueline Garell are overseeing its ‘ project, along with Ashley Jay Sandberg of Kennedy/Marshall.
What was the original Twister about?
Directed by Jan de Bont, the first installment follows actors Bill Harding and Dr Joanne Harding in the midst of their divorce. The pair reunite during a real tornado outbreak in Oklahoma, where they test their weather tracking device that would improve lead times on tornado warnings. It also starred Cary Elwes, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Alan Ruck, Todd Field, and more.