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‘San Andreas’ experience will have Kansas City movie fans quaking in their seats

This giant truck will rock your world.
This giant truck will rock your world.

To promote Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s new movie, “San Andreas,” you can sit inside a giant truck and get “rocked” while you watch snippets of the movie.

The special San Andreas Experience Cinetransformer truck will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday outside AMC Town Center, 11701 Nall Ave., Leawood.

Inside the truck, big enough to seat 90 people, visitors will sit in seats equipped with “butt kickers” and watch 3D footage from the movie, which opens on May 29. When things shake on the screen, you’ll shake in your chair.

The free shows start every 15 minutes.

The truck has already shaken things up for moviegoers in Toronto, Detroit, Cincinnati and Minneapolis and will travel on to Denver, Seattle and Los Angeles when it leaves Kansas City.

In the movie the famous San Andreas Fault gives way, triggering a killer earthquake in California. Johnson plays a rescue helicopter pilot who, along with his estranged wife, travel from L.A. to San Francisco to save their daughter.

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