Transcript for Sarah Wayne Callies Discusses New Disaster Movie
All that weather brought to you by famous footwear and Sara is joining me. Maybe you've seen her in "Walking dead" but now something I can relate to. Something I've been doing since I was in college. Storm chasing. It's called "Into the storm." This movie you play a professor. Meteorology professor that goes back into the field. She's in the field for the first time and never been with the storm chasers before so my question for you, how did we do? Did we do okay? It is -- I'd say it's a movie for sure. There's absolutely some liberty takens but you will not be at all disappointed. There's a lot of excitement but you're scared of weather in general. It taught you a lot. I grew up in Honolulu and you've been talking about today. We've gotten hit by a few hurricanes and gave me a healthy respect for the fact that we are not in charge of the planet. We live here at mother nature's disdecision. This movie so much about the weather part but also it has heart and has a story. Tell us about that. I don't think any special effects movie doesn't matter too much without the people to whom the special effects are especially affecting. I may a mom separated by her daughter in the storm. Richard Armitage is separated from his son and two parents are desperately trying to get Mac to their kids and find safety. It mirrors a lot but people seeing this are going to be blown away. Would you say so? Blown away, absolutely. Thank you. Absolutely. So "Into the storm" opens nationwide this Friday. Thank you for coming with us. I was so excited to meet you.
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