Star Dwayne Johnson and director Brad Peyton will return for the follow-up to the $473 million disaster film.
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The young star reveals what she was afraid of while shooting the seismic disaster film, and how she could only see The Rock as her big screen daddy.
The actress speaks with SPINOFF about experiencing one of the scariest moments of her life in pursuit of a good stunt shot.
The filmmaker explains to SPINOFF that grounding the disaster movie in emotion was as important as creating the eye-popping visual effects.
The action hero reveals how the film’s team rallied to raise the bar while making a modern disaster epic.
Johnson and Carla Gugino star in the director Brad Peyton’s disaster movie, which opens May 29.
Warner Bros. previewed its upcoming slate of features, including the new “Mad Max: Fury Road,” and returns to “Vacation” and “Point Break.”
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The Rock and Carlo Gugino brave a crumbling California to find their daughter in the first “San Andreas” TV spot.
The actor introduces a sequence from the upcoming action thriller, which reunites him with “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” director Brad Peyton.
Brad Peyton directs Dwayne Johnson in the disaster flick set to open May 29th.
Dwayne Johnson stars in the action thriller, in which the San Andreas Fault finally gives way, triggering a massive earthquake.