Sharknado 4

Last night brought the premiere of Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, the third installment in the intentionally stupid disaster comedy about sharks terrorizing and killing people as they’re blown around by tornadoes.

While fans were expecting the usual terrible special effects, “celebrity” cameos and brutal deaths, they probably weren’t expecting a cliffhanger ending. But last night, the final shot of Tara Reid‘s character April Wexler was interrupted by a cut to black and directions that fans would be in control of her fate, which would be revealed in Sharknado 4. It’s like the late-’80s “Death in the Family” story stunt DC Comics pulled for Batman, where readers could call in to vote on whether Robin lived or died at the hands of the Joker.

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Sharknado 3 trailer

The original Sharknado was ironically entertaining, making for some absolutely ridiculous, intentionally terrible, B-movie fare. The success of the mind-numbing, inconceivable action horror film resulted in Sharknado: The Second One. And now we’re in the midst of a trilogy coming together.

Since the weekend is usually reserved for making decisions that you’ll immediately regret, you couldn’t ask for a better time to watch the first teaser trailer for the unnecessary made-for-TV sequel Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, chock full of cameos from Hollywood’s worst.

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Today’s Sequel Bits involves the sea floor-dwelling creatures of Bikini Bottom, the high-flying dragon riders of Berk, and everyone in between. After the jump:

  • Is China getting sick of effects-heavy Hollywood sequels?
  • Rumor has it Jurassic World will feature pterodactyl riders
  • Insurgent casts a couple more Dauntless characters
  • Paul Walker‘s brother may be in future Fast movies
  • Ernie Hudson says Ghostbusters 3 will shoot soon
  • Brittany Snow tweets from the set of Pitch Perfect 2
  • Get ready for lots and lots of Sharknado tie-in merchandise
  • SpongeBob has a Coppertone moment in a new poster
  • Watch the trailer for the video game Alien: Isolation
  • See a How to Train Your Dragon 2 featurette about the score

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What do you suppose the odds are of seeing a Sharknado in the first place? And what do you think are the odds of having to survive a second one just a few months later?

If you’re Ian Ziering or Tara Red, the answer, it turns out, is “pretty damn high.” The pair are set to reprise their roles for Sharknado 2: The Second One, which will once again be directed by Anthony C. Ferrante with a screenplay by Thunder Levin. What’s different this time around is that the action will take place in New York City. Hit the jump for more details.

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The Sharknado sequel finally gets a title! Also after the jump:

  • Insidious 2 has an odd promo on Pretty Little Liars
  • WWE Studios’ See No Evil 2 will shoot this fall
  • See a new pic from I Spit On Your Grave 2
  • Check out a set video from [REC]4: Apocalypse

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Regal Cinemas knows what their customers want. They want sharks in tornados, at midnight, on a big screen with super loud sound. Sharknado, the SyFy exploitation film starring Ian Ziering and Tara Reid, will play at midnight on August 2 at about 200 Regal Cinemas across the country. That’s quite a step up for a made-for-TV movie. Read More »

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Karl Urban is pinning his hope on the fans to make Dredd 2 happen. Also after the jump:

  • Sharknado 2 will terrorize New York City
  • The Chinese government welcomes The Smurfs 2
  • The Expendables 3 adds Ronda Rousey and Victor Ortiz
  • Charlie Day says Horrible Bosses 2 might film this fall
  • Mac and Farva say Super Troopers 2 will shoot this year
  • Christopher Guest hints at a Spinal Tap reunion in 2014
  • How to Train Your Dragon 2 poster takes to the sky
  • See two new pics from Curse of Chucky

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SDCC 2013 Art

For the past few days, we’ve been drawing (pun intended) your attention to ton awesome exclusive art that’ll be available at San Diego Comic-Con. We’re shown you Mondo, Marvel, some movies, and if you read Page 2 or Superhero Bits, there have been several peppered in there too. With Comic-Con officially kicking off Wednesday night, we figured it was a good time to do show you a bunch more. This should, hopefully, help fans who are heading to San Diego find some cool pieces to target, and also give fans outside San Diego lots of variety to click through.

Gallery 1988 has a booth with some very cool exclusives including some official Sharknado posters and The Shining by Mark Englert. Olly Moss will be sharing a booth with Mike Mitchell and Scott Campbell, and each will be selling exclusive video game, movie and comic book art. Kevin Tong will debut some new work including Fritz Lang‘s Metropolis. Acme Archives has a ton of exclusives include some great Simpsons and Power Rangers stuff and Nerd HQ will debut their insane, star-studded Nerds Versus Aliens art work which will be available for charity.

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Last night’s sharknado did untold damage to Southern California, wrecking the coastline, the roads, and even the iconic Hollywood sign. But apparently Syfy has no sympathy for the disaster’s poor victims, because they’re eager to unleash another. Though nothing’s officially set just yet, Syfy is already discussing the possibility of a Sharknado sequel. Hit the jump for more details.

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