New Twisters trailer sees Glen Powell and Daisy Edgar-Jones go to war against not one but two tornadoes

A new trailer for Twisters is here to sweep you off your feet.

New footage for the Twister sequel debuted at CinemaCon 2024, and gave us more insight into the upcoming disaster movie. It features Top Gun: Maverick's Glen Powell and Where the Crawdads Sing star Daisy Edgar-Jones as they try to tame the immense power of tornadoes. 

In the new trailer, which you can watch above, Powell and Edgar-Jones must face down not one but two tornadoes, which then combine into one terrifying, destructive mega storm. Whoa. 

This is the second trailer for the upcoming movie, which sees Edgar-Jones play a former storm chaser called Kate Cooper who is still dealing with the trauma of a terrifying tornado encounter. However, she's lured back into the field by Javi (Anthony Ramos) where she encounters Powell's charming and reckless Tyler Owens. 

Alongside the lead trio, Twisters also stars Superman star David Corenswet, Peaky Blinders actor Daryl McCormack, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star Kiernan Shipka, Nope’s Brandon Perea, and American Honey's Sasha Lane.

Speaking to Total Film in our latest issue (which features Furiosa on the cover), director Lee Isaac Chung told us about why he doesn't consider the film a straight sequel. "I consider it a new chapter in this story that [screenwriter/producer] Michael Crichton and [director] Jan de Bont and that team had created," he shared. "This is just a new chapter in that world that they created, and also that concept of scientists that are, in a very adventurous way, chasing storms and doing scientific research."

Twisters will be released on on July 19, 2024. For more, check out our guide to all the upcoming major movie release dates to plan this year's theater trips. 

You can read our full interview with Chung in the new issue of Total Film, on newsstands now and online to buy here

Fay Watson
Deputy Entertainment Editor

I’m the Deputy Entertainment Editor here at GamesRadar+, covering TV and film for the Total Film and SFX sections online. I previously worked as a Senior Showbiz Reporter and SEO TV reporter at Express Online for three years. I've also written for The Resident magazines and Amateur Photographer, before specializing in entertainment.

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