If you weren't watching the Super Bowl, or rather, if you weren't paying attention to the entertainment-lacking commercials, you missed the official trailer for the Oklahoma-original "sequel" to the 1996 epic "Twister".

While originally billed as a sequel, it's now officially described on IMDB as "an update to the 1996 film." So it's not a sequel. It's retelling the "Twister" story with modern technology and the characters we only heard about in the original.

It's a reboot.

Take a look at the trailer.

@fandango If you feel it... chase it 🌪️ Experience #Twisters in theaters July 19. Head to the link in bio for all of the big game trailers #twister #movietok #filmtok ♬ original sound - Fandango

Let me wildly speculate probable details for you.

The two main characters parallel Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton from the original.

She's the petite and pretty blond meteorologist obsessed with tornadoes and she has an idea to fly probes into a tornado to better understand them.

He is the red-Dodge truck driving guy who will apparently go through hell to make it happen... but they're not married/divorced in this updated adaptation.

It really seems like the story of how these two characters came to meet. She's the dewy-eyed tornado chasing newbie, and he's the dangerous character they talked about in the original movie.

The Extreme.

Of the few plot details released to the public so far, it's going to be similar to the original. They two will work together to test a whole new experimental advanced warning system.

Since the production and filming of this movie made quite the buzz across the Sooner State last year, I'm sure every Oklahoman will end up seeing this one either in the theater or at home.

5 homegrown horror movies filmed in Oklahoma

If you're looking for suggestions on some horror movies to watch between now and Halloween we have a top 5 list for you. Why not hit play on some home-grown horror movies that were filmed right here in Oklahoma? So grab some snacks, pop some popcorn, turn off the lights, and hit play on any of the movies listed below to enjoy some really good, bad home-grown horror movies that were filmed right here in the Sooner State.

Gallery Credit: Don "Critter" Brown

7 Oklahoma "Must Experience" Drive-In Movie Theaters

If it's been a while since you've been to the drive-in movie theater or if you've never had the chance to go before, now's the time. Oklahoma has several drive-in theaters all across the Sooner State. Chances are you're close to one or close enough no matter where you're at. We have drive-in theaters in OKC, Chickasha, Tulsa, Guthrie, Poteau, Springer, and Shattuck. And that's just to name a few places where you can find them. So if you're looking for a nostalgic good time and an epic evening head to any of these amazing drive-ins.

Gallery Credit: Don "Critter" Brown

Could You Turn This Vintage Oklahoma Theater Into A Home?

It'll take a little imagination to see it yourself, but this old twin theater in Downtown Shawnee could make one heck of a home for a growing family. Heck, you could even divide it into twin duplexes.

With ample space to create a two-level hodge-podge of bedrooms, bathrooms, and all of the creature comforts you'd expect in a home, the only thing you'd have to really stress over would be the money to build it all.

Listed with ReMax/Kinect Realty for the sweet sum of (at time of publishing) $299k, all of the vintage details could lend to a truly unique upbringing for your kids down to the brick street out front.

Gallery Credit: Kelso

Oklahoma's Historical Vintage Theaters

Some theaters show movies, some feature live entertainment, and a few theaters even rent out for events like personal weddings... There are a handful of Oklahoma theaters that flip-flop offering service for all of the above. Either/or, here's a quick list of Oklahoma's most exciting historical and vintage theaters still in operation to this day.

Gallery Credit: Kelso


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