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  • Collider is partnering with Universal Pictures and Landmark Theaters to give Los Angeles the opportunity to see Lee Isaac Chung’s sequel.
    Twisters
    before its official theatrical release.
  • Twisters
    is a standalone sequel to the 1996 film
    Twisters
    starring Glen Powell and Daisy Edgar-Jones.
  • Enter to win free tickets to this special event at the Landmark Sunset Theater in LA, followed by an exclusive Q&A with director Lee Isaac Chung.



If you feel it, chase it, Los Angeles! Buckle up, dear readers, because Collider’s next preview is bringing us treacherous winds. We are excited to announce that we are teaming up with Universal Pictures and Landmark Theaters to give you the opportunity to win free tickets to a preview of Lee Isaac Chung‘S (Minari) independent continuation, Twisters. Check out the details below to find out how to enter the prize draw Glen Powell (Top Shooter: Maverick) And Daisy Edgar Jones (The song of the crayfish) battle tornadoes before the film’s official release, followed by an exclusive Q&A with Chung.


For fans of the original Twisterswith Bill Paxton And Helen HuntSummer 2024 brings us back to the cinemas for another harrowing adventure with Twisters. There are many disaster movies, but there are not many blockbusters that capture the destruction caused by Mother Nature like Jan de Bont1996. For the sequel, the screenplay was written by Mark L. Smith (The Revenant) And Josef Kosinski (Top Shooter: Maverick), inspired by the original screenplay by Michael Crichton (Jurassic Park) And Anne-Marie MartinThe project is being directed by Oscar-nominated screenwriter and director Lee Isaac Chung.


What is “Twisters” about?


In December 2023, Collider exclusively reported that Twisters wouldn’t see any connection to the original film from talking to Smith. Rather than a sequel to the old film, this one introduces us to a new adrenaline-hungry duo: former storm chaser Kate Carter (Egdar-Jones) and self-proclaimed “tornado tamer” Tyler Owens (Powell). After a traumatic incident with a tornado during her college years, Kate has given up field work and now studies storm patterns behind a screen where it’s safer. Years later, the prospect of groundbreaking technology lures Kate back into the fold, where her reservations about the deadly storms are challenged by Owens and his scrappy band of storm chasers. The unpredictability of these cyclones gets worse, however, as storm season intensifies, and they all must fight to survive on the plains of Oklahoma.

Twisters also has a strong cast, including Anthony Ramos (Transformers: Rise of the Beasts), Brandon Perea (No), Katy O’Brian (Love lies bleeding), Kiernan Shipka (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Maura Tierney (The Iron Claw), David Corenswet (pearl), And Sascha Lenne (American Honey).


Details about the screening of “Twisters”

If you’re in the Los Angeles area, don’t miss the chance to see even bigger and badder twisters on the big screen. Come to this preview screening on Friday, July 12. The film opens at 7 p.m. at the Landmark Sunset Theater, immediately followed by a Q&A with Chung, moderated by Collider’s Steve Weintraub.

How to get tickets for “Twisters”

Daisy Edgar-Jones, Glen Powell and Anthony Ramos pose next to a red storm truck on the poster for Twisters.
Image via Universal


To win tickets, give us your email address using this link. Also, be sure to let us know if you’d like to bring a companion. Please respond as soon as possible to secure a spot. We’ll be contacting winners in the days leading up to July 12, so keep your eyes peeled.

TORNADO WARNING: Twisters hits theaters July 19. For more Collider screenings, click this link.

Daisy Edgar-Jones and Glen Powell stand on a truck in a field with dangerous clouds in the sky

Twisters

A retired tornado hunter and meteorologist is persuaded to return to Oklahoma to work with a new team and new technology.

Release date
July 19, 2024

Authors
Michael Crichton, Mark L. Smith