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Twister 2 with Diverse Cast of Storm Chasers Rejected by Studio Says Helen Hunt

Perhaps Twister 2 just wasn't meant to be, but now we have an idea of what the unmade sequel could have been like. In 1996, Helen Hunt starred alongside the late Bill Paxton in the first Twister, a Steven Spielberg-produced movie following a group of storm chasers facing a severe tornado outbreak in Oklahoma. A tremendous success, the movie was the second-highest grossing release of the year and remains one of the most well-known epic disaster movies of all time.
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Helen Hunt Reveals She Pitched A Twister Sequel Last Year

Fans were decidedly lukewarm on the news that Tron: Legacy and Top Gun: Maverick director Joseph Kosinski had signed on to direct a Twister reboot. After all, the 1996 original holds a special place in the hearts of a certain generation, hauling in $495 million at the box office and wowing audience with its combination of practical stunts and cutting-edge visual effects.
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A Twister Remake With Hamilton’s Daveed Diggs? Helen Hunt Explains What Happened

Over 20 years after the original Twister was released into theaters, there’s been talk from all over about bringing the Helen Hunt/Bill Paxton starring franchise back in one way or another. But apparently, one huge possibility that no one had heard a thing about would have seen Hunt returning. What's more, it could've featured Hamilton star Daveed Diggs along for the ride in a remake of that first film. Unfortunately, as Helen Hunt herself recently discussed, that movie isn’t happening as it’s apparently been shot down by the studio involved.
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Helen Hunt Falls Colorado Hike Guide

Helen Hunt Falls is a very short hiked located in North Cheyenne Canyon Park right outside of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Accessed by a very short out and back trail, this walk is great for people of all ages and provides a fantastic waterfall experience for beginner or family hikers. This is not a destination hike but certainly worth the visit if you are in the area.
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The Helen Hunt Psychological Thriller You Can Find On Amazon

While some horror franchises like "Saw" and "The Conjuring" often hog the spotlight (for good reason), they sometimes tend to overshadow some really great works developed by independent studios. For instance, low-budget movies such as the terrifying slasher "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," which was made with a budget of only $140,000, can become staples of the genre. More recently, the A24-produced supernatural thriller "Hereditary" was able to make the jump to mainstream horror after wowing audiences at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. These indie titles are part of the lucky few, yet true horror fans know that some of the best and most frightening films are the ones that some have never heard of.
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The Real Reason Helen Hunt And Hank Azaria Got Divorced

Sadly, lasting love stories in Hollywood are hard to find off-screen. While there are plenty of famous couples who have walked down the aisle, there are not many who have remained married for an extended period of time. Take Helen Hunt and Hank Azaria. At the time of their marriage in 1999, they were two of the hottest names in the industry. In the '90s, Hunt starred in a Blockbuster hits like "Twister" and "As Good as it Gets." She also appeared in the television smash, "Mad About You" (via IMDb). In turn, Azaria was quite the Hollywood star in his own right, with credits like "The Birdcage" and "Mystery Men" (per IMDb).
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Helen Hunt Says Studios Rejected Her Idea for 'Twister' Sequel With "All Black and Brown Storm Chasers"

We really could have had it all as Helen Hunt wanted to direct and co-write a sequel to Twister with her Blindspotting producers Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal. The 25th anniversary of the 1996 film came with fans wanting a follow-up to the storm chasing film. Watching as Hunt and Bill Paxton fought against the elements, many were enraptured by the story and Twister remains a classic to this day.
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Helen Hunt Says Studio Rejected ‘Twister’ Sequel Idea with ‘All Black and Brown Storm Chasers’

Helen Hunt celebrated the 25th anniversary of Jan de Bont’s massive 1996 disaster blockbuster “Twister” by revealing a sequel she pitched that never got made. During a recent episode of “Watch What Happens Live” hosted by Andy Cohen, Hunt said she showed interest in directing a sequel in June of 2020, right around the time a reboot was announced as in the works at Universal Pictures. (Via Insider.)
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Helen Hunt on ‘Blindspotting’

This week, Larry weighs in on how the privilege of being from the United States has contributed to the country’s lack of interest in getting vaccinated (0:43). Larry is joined by Oscar-winning actress Helen Hunt to discuss her latest work in the series Blindspotting (13:00). They also discuss a rejected Twister reboot, her acting career, and much more.
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