Twisters, a reboot of the whizzy Universal Pictures hit out of the Clinton-era, is officially underway in Oklahola.
Headlined by Daisy Edgar-Jones and Glen Powell, with Brandon Perea and Anthony Ramos also on the credit block, the movie was originally designed to be a sequel to Jan De Bont’s 1996 blockbuster but the script was tweaked when Universal Pictures and returning star Helen Hunt had a falling out over the direction the film was taking.
Last week, the trades published a list of actors said to be in contention for the role of Superman in director James Gunn’s highly-anticipated ‘young Superman’ movie Superman Legacy. It was reported at the time that the frontrunner for the role was a young actor by the name of David Corenswet (Pearl).
Whether this changes or anything or not – maybe he just got the call that he didn’t get the gig, so jumped on something else?- we’re unsure but per Deadline, Corenswet has joined the cast of Twisters.
He, along with Kiernan Shipka, Maura Tierney, Harry Hadden-Paton, Sasha Lane, Nik Dodani, Tunde Adebimpe and Katy O’Brian, have been added to director Lee Isaac Chung’s roster of talent.
No word on how big Corenswet’s role is but considering the original Twister had a huge cast, and all got ample screen time, it’s likely the actor will be on screen quite a bit and might be too busy to be trying on blue suits over the coming weeks.
Twisters is due for release July 19, 2024.