A reboot of the 90s Amblin classic, Twister, is in the works. There is no word yet if this will be a sequel or a remake of the original film. More information should be available soon.
From Hollywood Reporter:
Frank Marshall, who is married to Kathleen Kennedy, one of the original producers, will produce the new Twister, and a search for writers is underway. Michael Crichton and Anne-Marie Martin penned the script to the original.
Speed filmmaker Jan de Bont helmed the original Twister, which centered on a separated storm-chasing couple (Paxton and Hunt) who reunite to track the storm of the century. Warner Bros. released the original film, which earned $494.4 million globally and was made by Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment. One of the things the original is remembered for is its innovative sound design, which had moviegoers feeling the tornadoes in their seats and in their teeth.
Learn more at The Hollywood Reporter.