Hollywood has always been interested in disasters, of course – I remember growing up there was a new disaster picture every year, it seemed like every summer there was a movie where something burning fell on Charlton Heston. And I imagine it'll be the same when kids today are grown up, fifteen or twenty years from now, and they'll look back on this movie era as the time when the president was always Morgan Freeman...
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