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Warner Bros. Pictures has released the brand new trailer for next summer’s disaster-suspense film San Andreas.
Shot on location in The Gold Coast and Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, and in Los Angeles and San Francisco, San Andreas is slated to open in theatres in both 3D and 2D format on Friday, May 29, 2015.
This isn’t the first film where Southern California has been destroyed on the silver screen. San Francisco (1936) is based on the April 18, 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Directed by Woody Van Dyke, the drama stars Clark Gable, Jeanette MacDonald, and Spencer Tracy.
Airport originated the 1970s disaster film genre and audiences were deluged with a series of movies including the original Earthquake (1974). These films always included a huge cast, where many of the actors usually perished by the climax. »
- Michelle McCue
Oh, you guys. Now that Malaya is gone, the scales have fallen from my eyes. I am getting a good look at American Idol Season 13, and I am seeing it for what it is. And what it is is a colossal, exasperating waste of time, which is also what it probably has been for years, and which I’ve probably called it before, but this time I mean it. This season is a disaster, and all I want is for Ryan to come out and announce that we’re starting over from the beginning. I want it to be like when Dallas had dead Patrick Duffy alive and well in the shower, and Victoria Principal realizing that the whole previous season had been a dream, a terrible, terrible dream. Anything less is a dereliction of duty. Want to get into it? Great! Me either. Tonight’s theme is “Competitors Pick, »
- Dave Holmes
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