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'San Andreas' aims to shake up audiences with an up-close catastrophe
'San Andreas' aims to shake up audiences with an up-close catastrophe

When director Brad Peyton pitched Dwayne Johnson on "San Andreas," a relentless thrill ride that brings the Big One to the big screen for the first time in 40 years, he promised to redefine the disaster genre. "I want to create shots that truly immerse the audience inside the earthquake, inside the tsunami," Peyton told the action superstar. "And also I need to immerse you." From the tranquillity of the Bel-Air Hotel last week, Peyton described his vision this way: "Just like the event, I'm not letting you out, I'm not letting you off the hook. There's no 'Cut!' coming." INDIE FOCUS: Sign up for our weekly...

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