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Lorenzen pitches Rangers past Dodgers 3-1 for their 1st series win in Los Angeles since 1999

2024-06-14 20:12 Last Updated At:20:22

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Michael Lorenzen pitched a season-high seven innings, rookie Wyatt Langford had two RBI singles and the Texas Rangers defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-1 on Thursday night to win a series at Dodger Stadium for the first time since 1999.

“Just a terrific job how they battled and played defense,” Texas manager Bruce Bochy said.

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Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani sits in the dugout during the first inning of a baseball game against the Texas Rangers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Michael Lorenzen pitched a season-high seven innings, rookie Wyatt Langford had two RBI singles and the Texas Rangers defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-1 on Thursday night to win a series at Dodger Stadium for the first time since 1999.

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Ryan Yarbrough throws to a Texas Rangers batter during the second inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Ryan Yarbrough throws to a Texas Rangers batter during the second inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani watches his line out to Texas Rangers left fielder Wyatt Langford during the third inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani watches his line out to Texas Rangers left fielder Wyatt Langford during the third inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers' Teoscar Hernandez reacts to a wild pitch from the Texas Rangers during the ninth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers' Teoscar Hernandez reacts to a wild pitch from the Texas Rangers during the ninth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers' Teoscar Hernandez reacts to a wild pitch from the Texas Rangers during the ninth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers' Teoscar Hernandez reacts to a wild pitch from the Texas Rangers during the ninth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani reacts after grounding out during the sixth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani reacts after grounding out during the sixth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani reacts after fouling off a pitch during the eighth inning of the team's baseball game against the Texas Rangers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani reacts after fouling off a pitch during the eighth inning of the team's baseball game against the Texas Rangers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Mookie Betts throws out Texas Rangers' Travis Jankowski at second during the sixth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. Second baseman Gavin Lux threw out Ezequiel Duran at first to complete the double play. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Mookie Betts throws out Texas Rangers' Travis Jankowski at second during the sixth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. Second baseman Gavin Lux threw out Ezequiel Duran at first to complete the double play. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers' Wyatt Langford, right, steals second base against Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Mookie Betts during the first inning of a baseball game, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers' Wyatt Langford, right, steals second base against Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Mookie Betts during the first inning of a baseball game, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers' Andy Pages, right, celebrates with third base coach Dino Abel after hitting a solo home run against the Texas Rangers during the seventh inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers' Andy Pages, right, celebrates with third base coach Dino Abel after hitting a solo home run against the Texas Rangers during the seventh inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers third baseman Ezequiel Duran, right, collides with shortstop Josh Smith while catching a pop hit by Los Angeles Dodgers's Mookie Betts during the first inning of a baseball game, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers third baseman Ezequiel Duran, right, collides with shortstop Josh Smith while catching a pop hit by Los Angeles Dodgers's Mookie Betts during the first inning of a baseball game, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani reacts after a strike during the first inning of a baseball game against the Texas Rangers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani reacts after a strike during the first inning of a baseball game against the Texas Rangers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers' Adolis Garcia celebrates in the dugout after scoring against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the third inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers' Adolis Garcia celebrates in the dugout after scoring against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the third inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers' Josh Smith reaches third off a single hit by by Adolis Garcia during the first inning of a baseball game, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers' Josh Smith reaches third off a single hit by by Adolis Garcia during the first inning of a baseball game, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers outfielders Travis Jankowski, Adolis Garcia and Leody Taveras, from left, celebrate the team's win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers outfielders Travis Jankowski, Adolis Garcia and Leody Taveras, from left, celebrate the team's win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers starting pitcher Michael Lorenzen throws during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers starting pitcher Michael Lorenzen throws during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers relief pitcher Kirby Yates reacts after striking out Los Angeles Dodgers' Will Smith for the final out of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers relief pitcher Kirby Yates reacts after striking out Los Angeles Dodgers' Will Smith for the final out of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Rangers reliever David Robertson struck out MVPs Mookie Betts, Shohei Ohtani and Freddie Freeman in succession for the second straight night — the only pitcher to do so this season — to preserve a 3-1 lead in the eighth.

“I just had to dig deep,” Robertson said. “We walked away with a series, which we haven't had in a while.”

Texas took two of three from the NL West leaders after getting routed 15-2 in the opener, when the Dodgers slugged five homers — including four in one inning.

But the Rangers' pitching short-circuited LA's offense this time.

Betts, Ohtani — who homered in each of the first two games — and Freeman were a combined 2 for 12 with three strikeouts.

“There's always going to be stretches of ups and downs as a team and personally,” Ohtani said through a translator. “Obviously, when things aren't going well, that's when we put everything under a microscope. My approach has been the same, just being able to put up quality at-bats.”

Robertson said he got lucky retiring Ohtani again.

“I had the advantage," he said. "He hasn't faced me a lot.”

Lorenzen (4-3) allowed one run and four hits. He struck out two and walked one. The right-hander has permitted two or fewer runs in a career-best six straight starts.

Kirby Yates, the Rangers' 37-year-old closer, earned his 10th save after needing 26 pitches to get through the ninth.

“What a gutty effort,” Bochy said. “That’s impressive.”

The Dodgers didn’t score until rookie Andy Pages’ homer just inside the left-field foul pole in the seventh left them trailing 3-1.

They had runners at the corners with nobody out in the eighth, the first time all night they put a man in scoring position. But then Robertson fanned Betts, Ohtani and Freeman. The 39-year-old reliever got ahead 0-2 on all three, and each one went down swinging.

“It was just my turn to win a battle against them because they’ve been beating me up so bad,” Robertson said.

Michael Grove (4-3) took the loss in his first start since April 28, giving up two runs and three hits in one inning as the opener in a bullpen game.

The Rangers' series win was just their second in Los Angeles in club history and first since 1999. Bochy improved to 109-109 at Dodger Stadium, the most wins by an opposing manager in stadium history.

Texas took a 2-0 lead in the first on Nathaniel Lowe's RBI groundout and Langford's two-out RBI single. Langford added a run-scoring single in the third.

Adolis García had two hits and scored twice for the defending World Series champions.

TRAINER'S ROOM

Rangers: SS Corey Seager was scratched to preserve him for a three-game series against the AL West-leading Seattle Mariners. He homered Wednesday after missing four straight games with a hamstring issue.

Dodgers: LHP Clayton Kershaw (elbow) tossed a three-inning simulated game and is further along than expected. ... RHP Bobby Miller (shoulder) made a rehab start for Triple-A Oklahoma City. ... RHP Ryan Brasier (calf) went on the 60-day IL.

UP NEXT

Rangers: LHP Andrew Heaney (2-7, 4.06 ERA) starts Friday's series opener at Seattle.

Dodgers: RHP Gavin Stone (7.2, 2.93) starts Friday's interleague series opener against Kansas City.

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Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani sits in the dugout during the first inning of a baseball game against the Texas Rangers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani sits in the dugout during the first inning of a baseball game against the Texas Rangers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Ryan Yarbrough throws to a Texas Rangers batter during the second inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Ryan Yarbrough throws to a Texas Rangers batter during the second inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani watches his line out to Texas Rangers left fielder Wyatt Langford during the third inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani watches his line out to Texas Rangers left fielder Wyatt Langford during the third inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers' Teoscar Hernandez reacts to a wild pitch from the Texas Rangers during the ninth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers' Teoscar Hernandez reacts to a wild pitch from the Texas Rangers during the ninth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers' Teoscar Hernandez reacts to a wild pitch from the Texas Rangers during the ninth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers' Teoscar Hernandez reacts to a wild pitch from the Texas Rangers during the ninth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani reacts after grounding out during the sixth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani reacts after grounding out during the sixth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani reacts after fouling off a pitch during the eighth inning of the team's baseball game against the Texas Rangers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani reacts after fouling off a pitch during the eighth inning of the team's baseball game against the Texas Rangers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Mookie Betts throws out Texas Rangers' Travis Jankowski at second during the sixth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. Second baseman Gavin Lux threw out Ezequiel Duran at first to complete the double play. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Mookie Betts throws out Texas Rangers' Travis Jankowski at second during the sixth inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. Second baseman Gavin Lux threw out Ezequiel Duran at first to complete the double play. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers' Wyatt Langford, right, steals second base against Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Mookie Betts during the first inning of a baseball game, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers' Wyatt Langford, right, steals second base against Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Mookie Betts during the first inning of a baseball game, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers' Andy Pages, right, celebrates with third base coach Dino Abel after hitting a solo home run against the Texas Rangers during the seventh inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers' Andy Pages, right, celebrates with third base coach Dino Abel after hitting a solo home run against the Texas Rangers during the seventh inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers third baseman Ezequiel Duran, right, collides with shortstop Josh Smith while catching a pop hit by Los Angeles Dodgers's Mookie Betts during the first inning of a baseball game, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers third baseman Ezequiel Duran, right, collides with shortstop Josh Smith while catching a pop hit by Los Angeles Dodgers's Mookie Betts during the first inning of a baseball game, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani reacts after a strike during the first inning of a baseball game against the Texas Rangers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani reacts after a strike during the first inning of a baseball game against the Texas Rangers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers' Adolis Garcia celebrates in the dugout after scoring against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the third inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers' Adolis Garcia celebrates in the dugout after scoring against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the third inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers' Josh Smith reaches third off a single hit by by Adolis Garcia during the first inning of a baseball game, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers' Josh Smith reaches third off a single hit by by Adolis Garcia during the first inning of a baseball game, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers outfielders Travis Jankowski, Adolis Garcia and Leody Taveras, from left, celebrate the team's win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers outfielders Travis Jankowski, Adolis Garcia and Leody Taveras, from left, celebrate the team's win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers starting pitcher Michael Lorenzen throws during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers starting pitcher Michael Lorenzen throws during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers relief pitcher Kirby Yates reacts after striking out Los Angeles Dodgers' Will Smith for the final out of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Texas Rangers relief pitcher Kirby Yates reacts after striking out Los Angeles Dodgers' Will Smith for the final out of a baseball game Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

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Movie Review: A new generation drives into the storm in rousing ‘Twisters’

2024-07-18 01:15 Last Updated At:01:22

We have a complex relationship with disaster movies. Just look at the discussion about a “ Twisters ” poster, which became a perfect encapsulation of our love-hate tendencies.

In the promo for the film, in theaters Thursday, actors Daisy Edgar-Jones, Glen Powell and Anthony Ramos are standing in front a massive, menacing cyclone. It not only contains various objects swirling in mid-air, from houses to trucks, but also appears to be on fire. Some people wondered why the stars weren’t looking at said tornado. Others said if you’re asking questions like why the tornado is on fire, this movie isn’t for you.

Both lines of thought can be true though. Maybe their coexistence is essential. This makes no sense! Also, sign me up immediately! Disaster movies are almost required to be graded on a curve. And filmmaker Lee Isaac Chung’s entry into the canon is perfectly paradoxical.

It might not be fair, or rational, but there is something about the genre that inspires otherwise reasonable moviegoers to giddily give themselves over to a wild premise — the more ridiculous and illogical the better. There is something to be said about the joy of collective laughter where there wasn’t an intentional joke, or a spirited post-movie debate about the flawed logistics of a plan and exactly how many people have died from being sucked into a tornado. These are the movies that are hard to see clearly the first time but tend to become sneaky favorites over the years.

Such is the case with “Twister,” Jan de Bont’s film about storm chasing and remarriage. The modern collective love for it would probably surprise even the critics who reviewed it favorably in 1996. Part of that is certainly the fact that in the 28 years since it was released we lost both Philip Seymour Hoffman and Bill Paxton. But it’s also just fun to watch with fresh eyes, to see the internet remember (or realize for the first time) that one of the storm chasers was played by Todd Field, the man who would go on to write and direct “Tár.” I re-watched it recently on plane and had a blast. I’d forgotten the insane opening but remembered Dusty’s impassioned foot chant.

There’s been a lot of cautious optimism surrounding “Twisters” that’s felt different from a lot of the reboots and “new chapters” (anything to avoid calling it a sequel) that have come and gone in recent years. Audiences are craving something big and fun, but worried that it won’t live up to their idea of what it should be. This is inherently flawed because “Twister” has earned its reputation, its quotability, across many viewings and many years. “Twisters” we’re just meeting. It’s hard to get too excited about a first date.

But Chung, a filmmaker best known for the comparatively small “Minari,” has made a solid film with escalating action sequences that look great on the big screen. There is once again a crazy opening that gives Edgar-Jones’ tornado-obsessed Kate a trauma origin story. Her hubris in thinking she could “tame” a tornado with science backfired and people died; But five years later her old friend Javi (Ramos) convinces her to come back to Oklahoma’s Tornado Alley to attempt a different kind of study.

The story is credited to Joseph Kosinski (who was once going to direct) and the screenplay to Mark L. Smith (“The Revenant”) and none of them can get the original out of their heads. Yes, these are all new characters (including Powell’s YouTube star storm wrangler Tyler) and the only real connection to the first movie is that the Dorothy technology exists. But it is so referential as to be distracting: Literal lines of dialogue (“I’m not back”); An attempt to make Tyler’s crew a gang of Dustys (which underserves actors like Sasha Lane and Katy O’Brian); Making David Corenswet wear what’s essentially a recreation of Carey Elwes’ baseball cap and earpiece. Don’t they want us to think of “Twisters” on its own terms?

But Chung clearly also had a vision, attempting to ground the insanity in a real place with regionally appropriate styles and music, and deeper characterization. The supporting players were thoughtfully cast. Its leads, Powell and Edgar-Jones, are endlessly watchable with palpable chemistry, even as they’re monologuing about sodium polyacrylate.

I wish I had the ability to know how “Twisters” will play 28 years from now, in 2052. Will the 12-year-olds seeing it this weekend go back to it as a comfort watch? Will it feel like it was part of the good old days of big studio movie making? Right now, it doesn’t necessarily feel like it’s destined for that kind of longevity. And I’d love nothing more than to be wrong about that.

“Twisters,” a Universal Pictures release, is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association for “intense action and peril, injury images, some language.” Running time: 122 minutes. Two and a half stars out of four.

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Sasha Lane, left, and Glen Powell in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Sasha Lane, left, and Glen Powell in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Daisy Edgar-Jones, from left, Anthony Ramos and Glen Powell in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Daisy Edgar-Jones, from left, Anthony Ramos and Glen Powell in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows a scene from "Twisters." (Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows a scene from "Twisters." (Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Daisy Edgar-Jones in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Daisy Edgar-Jones in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows a scene from "Twisters." (Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows a scene from "Twisters." (Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Daisy Edgar-Jones in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Daisy Edgar-Jones in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell, left, and Daisy Edgar-Jones in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell, left, and Daisy Edgar-Jones in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell, from left, Daisy Edgar-Jones and Maura Tierney in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell, from left, Daisy Edgar-Jones and Maura Tierney in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell, left, and Daisy Edgar-Jones in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell, left, and Daisy Edgar-Jones in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell, left, and Harry Hadden-Paton in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell, left, and Harry Hadden-Paton in a scene from "Twisters." (Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Brandon Perea, from left, Harry Hadden-Paton and Glen Powell in a scene from "Twisters." (Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Brandon Perea, from left, Harry Hadden-Paton and Glen Powell in a scene from "Twisters." (Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell, left, and Daisy Edgar-Jones in a scene from "Twisters." (Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell, left, and Daisy Edgar-Jones in a scene from "Twisters." (Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Daisy Edgar-Jones, left, and Anthony Ramos in a scene from "Twisters." (Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Daisy Edgar-Jones, left, and Anthony Ramos in a scene from "Twisters." (Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell, right, and Daisy Edgar-Jones in a scene from "Twisters." (Universal Pictures via AP)

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Glen Powell, right, and Daisy Edgar-Jones in a scene from "Twisters." (Universal Pictures via AP)

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