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The Rock comes face-to-face with a tidal wave in latest San Andreas trailer

03.10.2015

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There's some great new footage in this latest trailer for Brad Peyton's (JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND) SAN ANDREAS starring Dwayne Johnson, Carla Gugino, Alexandra Daddario and Paul Giamatti. The disaster flick will see Johnson as a helicopter rescue pilot who is trying to find and save his daughter (Daddario) after a devastating earthquake hits California. There are a few new shots in the trailer, including Johnson's character taking on a massive tidal wave.

Dwayne Johnson's non-franchise haven't done that well at the box office as of late, but SAN ANDREAS is looking like it could be a pretty fun ride. I'm always in the mood for a good disaster movie, and hopefully that's what we'll be getting with Brad Peyton's new film.

SAN ANDREAS is set to open on May 29, 2015.

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9:15PM on 03/11/2015
I like The Rock, but this looks dumb as fuck.
I like The Rock, but this looks dumb as fuck.
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2:22PM on 03/11/2015

The Rock should just punch the wave on its face

Or maybe thats why he's going over on it...
The movie looks like a blast btw, Disaster genre is always a favorite of mine, fulltoos timepass entertainment allaround. Everytime a good old disaster movie is on a channel, I just have to sit and watch the whole thing wherever I started watching it from.
Or maybe thats why he's going over on it...
The movie looks like a blast btw, Disaster genre is always a favorite of mine, fulltoos timepass entertainment allaround. Everytime a good old disaster movie is on a channel, I just have to sit and watch the whole thing wherever I started watching it from.
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7:55PM on 03/10/2015

cool!

Looks surprisingly good, but how is there not more jokes about Earthquakes/IMAX 3D/Daddario's chesticles on here? I scrolled down to laugh and was a little disappointed!
Looks surprisingly good, but how is there not more jokes about Earthquakes/IMAX 3D/Daddario's chesticles on here? I scrolled down to laugh and was a little disappointed!
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7:51PM on 03/10/2015
I'm all for a good check your brain at the door flick, but this just looks like hot garbage....
I'm all for a good check your brain at the door flick, but this just looks like hot garbage....
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4:25PM on 03/10/2015
Why does it seem like earthquakes in movies are always depicted by people who have never experienced an earthquake before? You'd think people who live in Los Angeles would know better. The land doesn't rumble or spaz out, it rocks in big smooth motions back and forth. There's nothing like in an explosion to vibrate the camera, even though you always see the camera vibrating. It's ridiculous. And it's been two years since we've gotten accurate images of what tidal waves look like, not to
Why does it seem like earthquakes in movies are always depicted by people who have never experienced an earthquake before? You'd think people who live in Los Angeles would know better. The land doesn't rumble or spaz out, it rocks in big smooth motions back and forth. There's nothing like in an explosion to vibrate the camera, even though you always see the camera vibrating. It's ridiculous. And it's been two years since we've gotten accurate images of what tidal waves look like, not to mention an accurate depiction of one in Godzilla of all movies - there's no excuse for that wave. It doesn't even make any sense. If the earthquake really originates at the San Andreas faultline, then the shockwave would push tidalwaves OUT, toward Asia, Alaska, and possibly down the coast. Tidalwaves coming inward is backwards.
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2:39PM on 03/10/2015
Hmmm I wonder if there will be more to it like disaster's happening in other states. Because they did show the hoover dam.
Hmmm I wonder if there will be more to it like disaster's happening in other states. Because they did show the hoover dam.
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1:58PM on 03/10/2015
So Dwayne will be stuck between himself and a hard place! Looks awesome. I always like big budget disaster flicks and this Looks to deliver. Hope it doesn't get swallowed up in the middle of all other box office flicks though.
So Dwayne will be stuck between himself and a hard place! Looks awesome. I always like big budget disaster flicks and this Looks to deliver. Hope it doesn't get swallowed up in the middle of all other box office flicks though.
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1:27PM on 03/10/2015

Love these diaster movies

Going for a marathon during that week then watching this.
Twister, Day After Tomorrow, Armageddon, Deep Impact, Into The Storm, 2012, Volcano, Dante's Peak and both Sharknados.
Going for a marathon during that week then watching this.
Twister, Day After Tomorrow, Armageddon, Deep Impact, Into The Storm, 2012, Volcano, Dante's Peak and both Sharknados.
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1:21PM on 03/10/2015

That looks suprisingly good.....

Seriously, when is the last time we had a good disaster movie? We've had so many bad ones (especially since Sci-Fi figured out it's cheaper to produce their low-quality shlock and churn out a couple dozen a year) that it almost feels like you are supposed to expect it to be bad, but the concept of a disaster movie is intriguing. We haven't had a huge disaster in a really long time. The big tidal wave in Indonesia or Japan are the closest we've come, but those are more mid-level disasters.
Seriously, when is the last time we had a good disaster movie? We've had so many bad ones (especially since Sci-Fi figured out it's cheaper to produce their low-quality shlock and churn out a couple dozen a year) that it almost feels like you are supposed to expect it to be bad, but the concept of a disaster movie is intriguing. We haven't had a huge disaster in a really long time. The big tidal wave in Indonesia or Japan are the closest we've come, but those are more mid-level disasters. If you think about wide-scale calamities (i.e. asteroid, huge volcano, mega-tsunami, etc....), we've been safe for a really long time. Imagine something like Popeii in modern day society, or Lituya Bay with it's 1000 foot tsunami hitting a major population center. It's terrifying, would be beyond the scope of our ability to respond, and lead to stories of bravery and tragedy that would make a great movie. It just needs a good writer and director (plus the actors) to really carry the idea without making it cheesy.
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12:53PM on 03/10/2015
Let the "self-appointed elite" (as James Gunn calls them) hate all they want, but Hollywood wouldn't be where it is without these movies. Bring on the destruction and mayhem! And that is a SICK poster.
Let the "self-appointed elite" (as James Gunn calls them) hate all they want, but Hollywood wouldn't be where it is without these movies. Bring on the destruction and mayhem! And that is a SICK poster.
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10:46AM on 03/10/2015
I'm up for a new disaster movie! Hollywood isn't churning them out like they used to.
I'm up for a new disaster movie! Hollywood isn't churning them out like they used to.
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10:12AM on 03/10/2015

Awesome

There needs to be more massive scale mother nature type disaster films. I love switching off to the day after tomorrow, twister, Armageddon and deep impact but there seriously isn't enough good whole planet disaster flicks out there for me.
There needs to be more massive scale mother nature type disaster films. I love switching off to the day after tomorrow, twister, Armageddon and deep impact but there seriously isn't enough good whole planet disaster flicks out there for me.
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9:56AM on 03/10/2015

Where will you be... THE DAY AFTER TOMOROW ??????

same tagline for quite the same movie
but as a huge fan of disaster movies (maybe my favorite genre), SAN ANDREAS is one of my most anticipated movies of 2015
Huge screen, huge CGI, huge 3D, huge popcorn and soda = huge fun at movies !
same tagline for quite the same movie
but as a huge fan of disaster movies (maybe my favorite genre), SAN ANDREAS is one of my most anticipated movies of 2015
Huge screen, huge CGI, huge 3D, huge popcorn and soda = huge fun at movies !
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9:17AM on 03/10/2015
Looks like a pure popcorn fun movie. Count me in!
Looks like a pure popcorn fun movie. Count me in!
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8:52AM on 03/10/2015
Man, Alexandra Daddario is hot even in the face of a catastrophic event. :P
Man, Alexandra Daddario is hot even in the face of a catastrophic event. :P
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9:08AM on 03/10/2015
Don't forget Carla.
Don't forget Carla.
8:47AM on 03/10/2015
Huh! Well I don't know if I'm excited about the movie as yet but that's a pretty awesome poster. Marvel take note!
Huh! Well I don't know if I'm excited about the movie as yet but that's a pretty awesome poster. Marvel take note!
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