Glen Powell just made a devastating statement for the current crew.

Glen Powell recently made a significant statement about the demanding conditions faced by the cast and crew during the filming of “Twisters,” the upcoming sequel to the 1996 hit “Twister.” During a presentation at CinemaCon 2024, Powell detailed the extreme measures the crew undertook to capture realistic storm scenes, including filming in 120-degree heat, enduring jet engines blowing debris, and being pelted with ice and hay. These conditions led to what Powell described as a grueling but ultimately rewarding experience【6†source】【7†source】.

Despite these challenges, Powell remains enthusiastic about the film, describing it as a “badass” continuation of the original’s concept. He emphasized the film’s high production values and the dedication of everyone involved in creating an immersive experience that honors the spirit of the original while offering fresh thrills【7†source】. Director Lee Isaac Chung also shared insights into the making of the film, highlighting collaborations with actual storm chasers and the use of real tornado footage to enhance authenticity【8†source】.

“Twisters” features Daisy Edgar-Jones, Anthony Ramos, and Powell himself, following a new set of characters navigating a series of unprecedented storm events. The film is set to hit theaters on July 19, 2024, promising to deliver the high-octane, visually stunning storm-chasing action that fans of the original have been eagerly awaiting【6†source】【8†source】.

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