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Twister Reboot

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Joseph Kosinski in Talks to Helm Twister Reboot at Universal
The late ’90s saw a major resurgence in the natural disaster genre and one of the best of the era was 1996’s Twister starring Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt and in looking back at the film’s major box office success, Universal is eying a reboot of the blockbuster with Joseph Kosinski (Top Gun: Maverick) in talks to direct, according to Variety

 

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I bet they could do some awesome things with graphics
 

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When I read this I assumed it was about the game Twister, the one that when you were young you'd encourage girls you fancied to play as it would give you a free pass to basically legally sexually assault them!
 

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Is this catastrophe in the making or genius? We will find out.
 

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Bill Paxton is of course dead now, but I always figured a sequel would give him and Helen Hunt's character a college age child who is now out in the field chasing storms with a new team, while mom and dad are stuck at some university lab.
 

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When I read this I assumed it was about the game Twister, the one that when you were young you'd encourage girls you fancied to play as it would give you a free pass to basically legally sexually assault them!
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any attempt at a remake is a no for me.
While I understand that sentiment - sequels don't delete their originals, and even bad sequels help generate renewed interest in their originals. If the sequel to a "classic" film sucks... the sequel is forgotten. No harm, not foul.