Hold the phones, folks. It looks like Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson is attached to yet another project. Yes, sometime between his involvement in FAST & FURIOUS, SAN ANDREAS 2, JUMANJI, DOC SAVAGE, BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA, and BAYWATCH, he plans on acting in another potentially big budget film. Show More Summary
Alexandria, VA - When people think of dangerous faults in America, the the San Andreas probably comes to mind first. But another potentially greater threat lurks in the East Bay region of Northern California, just a stone's throw from San Francisco and the tech hub of Silicon Valley: the Hayward Fault. Show More Summary
It's easy to be anxious about an earthquake. A leading seismic expert recently warned that Southern California's section of the San Andreas fault is "locked, loaded and ready to roll." But experts also say it's important to keep perspective: The chances of dying in a large temblor are actually...
The Pacific Northwest is officially overdue for a massive earthquake that could produce 30 times more energy than the San Andreas. The megaquake located along the Cascadia Subduction Zone could produce a devastating tsunami in the region with waves towering over 50 feet. Show More Summary
It's no longer a question of if but when and how devastating. Leading seismologists predict a 7.8 magnitude event
Screen Daily is reporting that Xavier Samuel (Twilight) and Morgan Griffin (San Andreas) have joined the cast of the upcoming Australian suspense thriller Bad Blood, which is directed by David Pulbook. The film, “…a woman (Griffin) who accepts an invitation to spend a weekend at a mountain resort with a male friend (Samuel) but quickly […]
Governor Brown's budget includes $10 million toward setting up an earthquake warning system In Southern California alone, sections of the San Andreas Fault are long overdue for a major earthquake and the USGS has said that there's about an 85 percent chance that some major seismic action will hit the LA area by 2019. Show More Summary
"Possession is a disease." Universal has debuted a trailer for the new possession horror-thriller Incarnate, directed by Brad Peyton, the same filmmaker who last made the epic disaster movie San Andreas. Aaron Eckhart stars as a scientist...Show More Summary
Depending on where you live, the term “The Big One” can have a different meaning. On the West Coast, you’re probably talking about the fear everyone has, and tries to ignore, about a major earthquake along the San Andreas Fault. Some...Show More Summary
966 roads, 90 fiber optic cables, 39 gas pipes and 141 power lines could be impacted. The director of the Southern California Earthquake Center, Thomas Jordan, made an announcement recently that would have sent a chill down the spine...Show More Summary
Forget tsunamis and deep chasms opening up....
How many times have you driven by a road and thought to yourself, “One of these days I am going to drive that route and find out what is there?” Highway 58, an east-west route across California, happened to be where I had stayed theShow More Summary
Consensus is growing of the likelihood of a large and devastating earthquake to strike California
This doesn't look good Earlier this week, an expert from the Southern California Earthquake Center spoke at a conference in Long Beach and called the southern San Andreas fault "locked, loaded and ready to go" for a major 'quake. HeShow More Summary
The San Andreas fault is one of California's most dangerous. While the last big earthquake to strike the southern San Andreas was in 1857, as LA Times reports Thomas Jordan, director of the Southern California Earthquake Center, explained this week "the springs on the San Andreas system have been wound very, very tight. Show More Summary
A top seismology expert this week reminded Southern California that a major earthquake on the southern San Andreas fault is long overdue. But exactly what kind of quake, of course, is impossible to know. Speaking at an earthquake conference this week in Long Beach, Thomas Jordan, director of the...
One scientist recently made an ominous California earthquake prediction. Earthquake specialist Thomas Jordan said at the National Earthquake Conference in Long Beach, California that the San Andreas fault is “locked, loaded, and ready to roll” and massive earthquake could strike anytime. Show More Summary
“The springs on the San Andreas system have been wound very, very tight"
Both Northern and Southern California need to prepare — fast According to seismologists at the National Earthquake Conference in Long Beach, the San Andreas fault is "locked, loaded, and ready to roll." Curbed LA says conference honchos anticipate that the fault is way behind schedule to let off some steam. Show More Summary
The section of the San Andreas Fault that passes through Southern California, one of the most active, is ready to unleash a devastating earthquake at any moment, scientists warned on Wednesday at the National Earthquake Conference.