Twisters Trailer: Starring Glen Powell as a charismatic “tornado wrangler” and Daisy Edgar-Jones as a scientist, Twisters, set for release on July 19, promises an exhilarating experience.
In the highly anticipated film “Twisters,” the revelation of twins serves as a dramatic precursor, invoking a sense of both dread and anticipation. As the sequel to the 1996 blockbuster “Twister,” this disaster film unveils its chaos and carnage through a Super Bowl trailer, providing viewers with a glimpse into a world of storm chasing.
Starring Glen Powell as a charismatic “tornado wrangler” and Daisy Edgar-Jones as a scientist, the movie, set for release on July 19, promises an exhilarating experience.
Twisters Trailer Is Out
Directed by Oscar nominee Lee Isaac Chung, known for his work on “Minari,” the film is touted as a “new chapter” rather than a mere reboot. Powell’s character exudes a daring charm, proclaiming, “You don’t face your fears. You ride ’em.” The trailer hints at a tumultuous journey, with farms destroyed, cars sliced apart, towns leveled, and people and livestock tossed through the air as tornadoes wreak havoc across Middle America.
Contrary to expectations, Powell emphasizes that “Twisters” is not a continuation of the original’s story. In an interview with Vogue, he clarifies that it’s a completely original narrative, set in the modern day, with no returning characters from the first installment.
The 1996 “Twister” achieved tremendous success, starring Helen Hunt, Bill Paxton, Carey Elwes, and Philip Seymour Hoffman, grossing nearly $500 million at the box office and earning Oscar nominations for visual effects and sound.
Despite the challenges of creating a sequel, Powell’s insights into the film’s uniqueness suggest a fresh and captivating storyline. The legacy of the original remains strong, with the anticipation of a new chapter set to thrill audiences once again, offering a distinct narrative and visual spectacle.
“Twisters” emerges as more than just a follow-up; it’s a standalone cinematic experience, poised to leave its mark on the disaster film genre. Watch the full Twisters trailer below: