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Dwayne Johnson Gets ROCKED By The Biggest Earthquake In History In The First Trailer For San Andreas!

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is leaving Hollywood! At least he'd better if he wants to survive!

In the first trailer for San Andreas, the Fast & Furious star meets the only thing bigger than he is: a 10.0 earthquake that destroys all of California!

[ Video: First Official Trailer For Furious 7 Is Released And It's EPIC!!! ]

Of course, we haven't seen the ending. Maybe The Rock punches the earthquake out in the end! LOLz!

Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see how Dwayne, Paul Giamatti, Alexandra Daddario, Colton Haynes, and more survive the big one - or don't!

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Kylie Minogue Will Shake It Up With Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson In This New Rocky Action Flick!

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ZOMG!

We never thought we'd see the day when we'd hear about Kylie Minogue and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson starring in a film together — let alone an earthquake action film!

But it's not that surprising since the Into the Blue singer did hint at wanting to get into acting when we EXCLUSIVELY chatted with her!

Kylie will be joining The Rock in the upcoming action flick, San Andreas, which is set to be out in theaters for the public to see on June 5th, 2015!

While her supporting role is being kept completely under wraps for now, we do know that the 42-year-old actor will be starring alongside Carla Guingo.

The movie follows the ex-couple as they travel from San Francisco to Los Angeles to rescue their daughter after the big disaster strikes California.

Kylie has been known to be selective with her movie roles in the past, so we're excited to see what this film has in store for us!!

[Image via DJDM/WENN/Pacific Coast News.]

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Scientists Predict Devastating "Superstorm" To Hit California!

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Oh, good! Just another sign of the apocalypse!

A group of over 100 scientists and experts with the U.S. Geological Survey have discovered that California's geological history includes 'superstorms' that hit the state once every 100-200 years, and have the potential to flood a quarter of the state's homes, cause $300-$400 billion in damages, four or five times the amount that a major earthquake could!

The last time one of these storms struck, it was over a 300-mile stretch of the Central Valley, from 1861-1862. According to Geological Survey director Marcia K. McNutt, the floods were so bad that the state capital had to be moved to San Francisco! Even larger storms are thought to have hit in the years 212, 440, 603, 1029, 1418, and 1605.

Due to the rising temperatures in the atmosphere, scientists fear that the next big one could be on its way, and created a model to simulate what one of these 'superstorms' would be like. According to the model, it could last for over 40 days and dump 10 feet of water on the state, due to an "atmospheric river" that could move water "at the same rate of 50 Mississippis discharging water into the Gulf of Mexico." Winds could reportedly reach 125 mph.

Holy shiz!

Geological Survey scientist Lucy Jones concludes:

"We think this event happens once every 100 or 200 years or so, which puts it in the same category as our big San Andreas earthquakes."

Oh good! So if this superstorm doesn't get us, an earthquake will!

Luckily, federal and state emergency management officials are aware of such a potentially disastrous event, and held a conference last week about emergency preparations in case one were to actually hit.

We sincerely hope that this next one waits a few more hundred years or so!

Scary stuff, but the best we can do is hopefully have measures in place to ensure that if something like this were to happen, everyone affected by it would be safe and out of harm's way.

Yeesh! Thoughts??

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