Official “Twisters” Trailer Finds Glen Powell & Daisy Edgar-Jones in Harm’s Way

The first trailer for Minari director Lee Isaac Chung’s Twisters spun across TV screens throughout the United States during the Super Bowl showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.

We open, naturally, on a monstrous twister. Kate Cooper (Daisy Edgar-Jones) had a run-in with a cataclysmic twister when she was in college, and she’s been haunted by the experience ever since. Since then, she’s gone on to study the weather phenomena from the tornado-free safety of New York City. Naturally, Kate will have to face her fears eventually, which happens when Javi (Anthony Ramos) asks her to help test his ground-breaking new tracking system. Back in the field, Kate meets Tyloer Owens (Glen Powell), a social media titan who has built his social stardom by sharing his storm-chasing adventures with his many followers and fans. The man thinks of danger as a follower-accelerator; the more vicious the storm, the better for his numbers. These two will be tossed together, quite literally, during a brutal storm season that puts them in the path of multiple huge storm systems converging over central Oklahoma.

Joining Jones and Powell are Brandon Perea (Nope), Sasha Lane (American Honey), Daryl McCormack (Peaky Blinders), Kiernan Shipka (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Nik Dodani (Atypical) and Maura Tierney (Beautiful Boy)

Check out the trailer below. Twisters spins into theaters on July 19:

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Featured image: Twin Twisters, in Twisters directed by Lee Isaac Chung.


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