Visible crew/equipment: When Melissa dodges the truck that has fallen from sky and Dusty rushes to open a door and help Melissa get out of the truck, the reflection of a camera is seen in the bottom right corner of the truck window. As they move out and pan to the right, you can see a reflection of the same camera and cameraman at the bottom right corner of the truck door as they move away. (00:33:50)
The new girl fiance leaves town after realizing Bill Paxton still loves Helen (Jo) Hunt. Hunt's aunt's house is destroyed in the twister, but she lives. In desperate attempt to escape the storm, Bill and Jo tie themselves to a pipe that leads 30 feet into the ground. The tornado passes over them and they are not harmed in any such way. (yea that's Hollywood for you) Paxton & Hunt end up together, & their tornado experiment works.
Dusty: He's gonna rue the day he came up against The Extreme, baby. Bill, I'm talkin' imminent rueage.
Trivia: While he enjoyed the finished film, star Bill Paxton admitted he wished "Twister" was a bit darker and edgier. For a while around 2010, he tried to get a sequel off the ground to deliver this more intense vision, and he was even interested in potentially directing the follow-up. Little is known about what the sequel would have been about, although Paxton hinted he wanted to utilize 3D filming techniques (which had been re-popularized by James Cameron's "Avatar") to really put the audience into the tornado chases. Unfortunately, the sequel never came together.
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