In the wee small hours of the morning, I had a mini blogging panic attack with regards to this post which had been scheduled to come out a few hours later.
My main assumption was that tornadoes are accompanied by rain, but this is no Kansas and the closest I’ve ever come to a tornado is that little whirl you get when you pull out the drain plug.
If there’s no rain, I was royally screwed!
I can now confirm that there are “rain-wrapped” tornadoes.
Oh, and Richard is actually wet in this pic and that’s all the confirmation I need 🙂
So without further ado…
There are clearly some issues with Richard’s project that he filmed last year in the US and that we’re still waiting on.
The movie has gone through a list of titles:
Now we think (but who really knows…) that it’ll be called:
Into the Storm
So what if it would require minimising the main drizzly and windy plotline in favour of Richard getting hot and heavy with his leading lady?
(Release the weather puns…)
Now that’s a story that would sweep me away!
I actually encourage any shifts that will focus on the love part rather than the tornado one, do you catch my drift?
And if things get breezy and actors get disrobed in the process, I say go with the flow…
But seriously though, I really can’t wait for the tornado movie to come out, they say there’s a twist at the end.
I though that maybe we should give a helping hand and offer some other title alternatives to speed the process up and get Richard onto out screens asap, because waiting is quite a blow!
So make sure your mind is not clouded or in a fog because we may have mist some great film title ideas.
The Storm Chaser of Dibley
There’s something about yellow rain gear that makes me giggle.
You can even protect the essentials from the rain…
don’t want things getting damp…
Moving swiftly along… how about:
Guy sure looks miserable enough to know a thing or two about dire conditions.
I can just imagine him standing there, sword in hand, ready to fight the tornado, at the same time blaming the sheriff for it.
Put on your willies, grab the torchlight, put your thinking waterproof cap on and tell me:
What are your tornado movie title ideas?
PS. Impromptu image for Perry
And another quick one…