What was the horrible off-brands for Twister? Night of the Twisters and Tornado! I believe.What usually happens when one studio or production company announces a remake, others start looking over treatments and ideas for similar "sniper" projects. This happened during Twister when two other studios and a couple of well-known producers explored separate projects. I would not be surprised if a "paywall" production was rushed through in advance of Twister II.
lol...that's all he had to say: "you can't do it bigger"??? Also, he sounded like he was stroking out when giving that quote.
Is it because the term 'chaser' has being used most often, instead of the more apt word 'tracker'?The evolution of storm chasing has progressed substantially since 1996 and "Storm Chasers." The advent of social media creating sensationalized and often falsified chasing behavior (and individuals) would be an interesting sub-plot if it stays the course. We have seen multiple fatalities and injuries, some resulting from aggressive, irresponsible and unnecessary behavior presented on TV and social media as "normal" chasing. My biggest fear is a script that embraces the lunacy and stunts as "normal" chasing and just adds to flames of stupidity. Lets face it, any new film will encourage more chasing, for better or worse.
lol..... no, they wanted scientists / researchers battling each other. The "photographer" angle was planned for the Warner's script, but was dropped when Warner got the distribution deal instead of the production. I was told they wanted a "military" type organization / look for the Jonas crew, and his character was based on a scientist from Norman, although I don't know who.