We've got cows!
Bill Paxton is looking to make a sequel to the 1996 hit Twister. The actor recently took a road trip tracking the path of the Tri-State Tornado of 1925, the largest tornado to ever hit the US touching down in Missouri, Illinois and Indiana.
He says of a sequel:
“I always thought the first Twister was an exciting ride, but I thought a sequel could explore it in a more enthralling way, getting into more of the history and the lore, more of a darker version of the first one…I think you’d still want to have a lot of the dark humor and all of that, with the flying cows and everything.
"I think you could kind of intrigue people more by getting into a little more of the lore and really understanding. I just think there’s a lot more to explore there.”
There's also talk of making the sequel in 3-D with Paxton saying that a three-dimensional tornado would "obviously be pretty amazing."
We bet Helen Hunt would be up for it. She needs something to do these days.
But does the public want to see another tornado flick?
What do U think?
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