Director Steven Quale attends the 'Into The Storm' premiere at AMC Lincoln Square Theater in New York, August 4, 2014. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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When director Steven Quale began researching tornados for a natural disaster film he turned to YouTube for inspiration from eye witness accounts to convey the real terror and devastation of twisters."Into the Storm," out in U.S. theaters on Friday, starts with a seemingly average day in the fictional Midwest town of Silverton that quickly changes when a storm system sweeps through, bringing the strongest tornadoes ever seen, including a monster mile-wide twister.Quale showcases much of the film through the eyes of storm chasers to recreate the horrifying destruction a tornado inflicts."Into the Storm" follows numerous characters from different backgrounds as they are thrust together in the storm.The actor called Gary the "reluctant hero" of the film.
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