"I gotta go, Julia, we got cows."

Some movie lines just seem to pop up now and then, especially if it's one of those iconic movies you watch a million times. For flying cows, you know instantly it references one of the biggest weather disaster blockbusters of all time, Twister.

The popular cult classic film featured an all-star cast that featured Helen Hunt, Bill Paxton, Jami Gertz, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Alan Ruck and took moviegoers on a wild ride through an Oklahoma tornado outbreak. The flick grossed $495 million worldwide and became the second-highest-grossing film of 1996, and was one of the first films to be released on DVD in the United States.

Now, Michigan movie fans and Twister fanatics get to be part of a cinematic storm like no other as we bring you an electrifying event hosted by one of the stars. A special screening of the adrenaline-fueled blockbuster is set and will be accompanied by none other than Dr. Jo Harding herself, actress Helen Hunt.

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Hunt will be holding a special screening of Twister that will include a question and answer session when she stops in Michigan in May.  The screening will be on Saturday, May 18th at 8:00 p.m. at the Emagine Novi. Before the screening, Hunt will meet with fans for pictures and autograph signings at Motor City Comic Con. There are 3 different ticket packages available for the event starting at $40 and going up to $220.

Whether you're a longtime fan of Twister or simply seeking an unforgettable night at the movies, this is your chance to be part of something truly special. For more information and tickets click here. 

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