In case you haven’t heard, some people are expecting the world to end tomorrow.
Of course, there is always the “what if?”
Fortunately Hollywood has spent years preparing us for just this moment.
So, what should you expect? We selected Hollywood’s best apocalyptic moments to give you a preview of what you might see Saturday evening at 6pm…
A rainy day turns into a flooding tidal wave across New York City in The Day After Tomorrow. Lesson learned: if you are running from a wave of water, it doesn't matter if you left something in the cab.
If streets are crumbling like in 2012, follow John Cusack's plan and swerve through traffic, side streets, and collapsing buildings to get to your private plane. Proceed to take off.
Run from any aliens and keep away from their vaporizing lasers (see: Tom Cruise in War of the Worlds).
J.J. Abrams' Cloverfield taught us that random explosions could decapitate world famous statues and grocery stores are a good place to hide. And, of course, your guests will leave your party.
If there is any way to beat a doomsday scenario, it's to send Bruce Willis to save us. Proof: Armageddon.
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