Oklahomans don't have to go to the movies to feel what it's like to be in a tornado, but in theaters might actually be safer. "Twisters" will hit movie theaters on July 19, and there's one place in Oklahoma where people can experience the movie in 4DX.

One June 6, "Twisters" announced that the movie would be available in 4DX, stating that audiences could "feel it" when "Twisters" hits theaters.

What is 4DX?

According to the Regal Movies website, 4DX auditoriums are equipped with "motion enabled chairs, which create strong vibrations and sensations, as well as other environmental controls for simulated weather or other conditions, such as lightning, rain, flashing (strobe) lights, fog and strong scents."

So if you see "Twisters" in 4DX, you'll be able to feel the rain and wind whipping around you as tornadoes hit the screen. Verdict is still out if a flying cow will enter the movie theater.


Where can you see 'Twisters' in 4DX in Oklahoma?

As of June 7, the only theater in Oklahoma that offers 4DX that has tickets on sale already for "Twisters" is the Regal Warren in Moore, Oklahoma. The theater already has tickets for sale starting with showings on July 18 through July 25. Tickets can be purchased at this link.

Tickets to see "Twisters" in IMAX Screen X and in a standard movie theater are also available for purchase. Click here for more theaters to purchase tickets for "Twisters."

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