San Andreas: Whose Fault?

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San Andreas: Dwayne Johnson reveals he begged director Brad Peyton not to kill Kylie Minogue’s character.

The San Andreas Fault awakens, unleashing back-to-back jolts that leave a trail of misery from Los Angeles to San Francisco. And co-star Dwayne Johnson is making sure there are no Aussie fingers of blame pointed in his direction – as he insists director Brad Peyton had the final say on the fate of her character, Susan Riddick.Dwayne Johnson may hold a world record for taking selfies, but he insists he’s not taking a page from Kim Kardashian and publishing a book of his many pics. “No, no, no,” The Rock told me last night at the premiere of his new action disaster film San Andreas (in theaters on May 29). “Here’s the thing, you don’t need a book when you’re in The Guinness Book of World Records. Dwayne, who plays LA fire chief Ray Gaines in the action/adventure movie, also joked he still wants Australians to like him because he loves them so much so he places all the blame on the filmmaker’s head. That’s the thing—I have a the record.” The wrestler-turned-actor is talking about earning the Guinness World Records title of the most self-portrait photographs taken in three minutes.

The 43-year-old hunk was clearly over the moon with the addition of Kylie to the cast of the movie and excitedly took to Twitter to announce she was going to star in the film last year. And as I printed them out and laid them on the floor to make a final edit, I reflected on my very public journey as a daughter, sister, friend, wife and mother, this book is a candid tribute to all of my fans, who were with me the entire time.” Every warning sign scrutinized — animal behavior, weather patterns, electromagnetic signals, atmospheric observations, levels of radon gas in soil or groundwater — has failed. “We wish it were as simple as the movie portrays. The latest focus has been on creating early warning systems that give residents and businesses a few seconds heads up after a quake hits, but before strong shaking is felt.

While seismic waves from great quakes can make the Earth reverberate like a bell, the ringing can only be detected by sensitive instruments because it’s so low. Since 2008, millions of people in California and elsewhere have participated in yearly disaster drills in which they practice diving under a table and learn other preparedness tips. If you’re outdoors when the ground moves, experts recommend bracing against a wall, similar to what search-and-rescue helicopter pilot Ray Gaines, played by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, told scared survivors in the movie. “Having Paul Giamatti shouting, “Drop, cover and hold on!” and The Rock telling people to crouch against a wall if they can is one heck of a PSA,” Hough said.

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