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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Posted on Thursday, June 4th, 2015 by Angie Han
What do Sharknado, The Godfather, Lord of the Rings, and Dark Knight all have in common? Well, they’re all movie trilogies. And… that’s about it. But Sharknado is nothing if not delightfully shameless, so the new Sharknado 3 teaser trailer compares itself to those iconic film series al the same.
Ian Ziering and Tara Reid are back as Fin and April, who at this point should probably just resign themselves to staying indoors Sharknadoes seem to follow them wherever they go. Mark Cuban plays the president of the United States, because why not. Feast your eyes on the Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! teaser trailer after the jump. Read More »
Let’s be honest. When you think of cameos in movies today, you think of Stan Lee. The Marvel legend obviously didn’t invent the cameo, but he’s made it his own over the past twenty years in everything from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to the Spider-Man films, X-Men films and even Mallrats. That last one, more of an extended cameo, was directed by Kevin Smith who himself has had a good run with cameos both as an actor and director.
So what better combo than Lee and Smith to do a quick short called Cameo School which itself features some funny cameos? Smith directed Lee, who stars, but Smith also appears. Check it out below. Read More »
There are some big updates on some really big sequel in this edition of Sequel Bits. Below, read about the following.
- Paul Feig says his Ghostbusters reboot will take place in New York and include winks to the original.
- Don’t fret, Ian Ziering and Tara Reid are returning for Sharknado 3.
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 starts filming in April.
- There’s still no script for latest Friday the 13th sequel.
- See a new poster for Hot Tub Time Machine 2.
- Eddie Murphy sounds less than optimistic about Beverly Hills Cop 4.
- See an image of Roland Emmerich location scouting for Independence Day 2.
- New images of the evil D-Rex from Jurassic World have hit the web.
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Posted on Friday, August 1st, 2014 by Angie Han
Ever wondered how one might bottle the sweet scent of a Sharknado? Tara Reid has the answer with her new fragrance, Shark By Tara. Really. Also after the jump:
- Simon Pegg reveals where and when M:I 5 will shoot
- Zoe Saldana talks a tiny bit about the Avatar sequels
- Also, Zoe Saldana hopes Spock and Uhura don’t break up
- The new Texas Chainsaw will follow Leatherface’s teen years
- Paranormal Activity 5 may be coming in 2015, not 2016
- Lorde will curate the Hunger Games: Mockingjay soundtrack
- Iggy Azalea will have a cameo in Fast & Furious 7
- William Shatner might make an appearance in Ted 2
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Syfy stumbled into a monster hit with Sharknado, a joke of a thriller created by The Asylumn — a company best known for their mockbuster direct-to-video b-movies starring c-level stars. The ridiculous concept of Sharknado took the twittosphere by storm (pun intended) and has, like it or not, now become a modern cult classic. A sequel was quickly announced, and Sharknado 2: The Second One is set to air on Syfy on Wednesday, July 30 at 9/8c. But it doesn’t stop there, The Asylum and Syfy want to make it a trilogy, today announcing that Sharknado 3 will be released in Summer 2015. No word on a title or if “stars” Ian Ziering and Tara Reid will return.
The first film destroyed Los Angeles and the sequel is set in New York City, but we don’t know which city will be destroyed in the third installment. We only know that the story will be set in a new city. One would assume that the movie needs to be set in a big city near a ocean. Possible options include Atlantic City, Miami, Palm Beach, Honolulu, Orlando and many others. New Orleans might be in very bad taste. Its also possible the series could go international with the third film. Read the full press release after the jump, and let the speculation begin.
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Posted on Tuesday, July 30th, 2013 by Angie Han
Don’t worry, everyone: Tara Reid is probably coming back for Sharknado 2. At the very least, the producers are saying they want her back for Sharknado 2, along with Ian Ziering, Cassie Scerbo, and everyone else. Also after the jump:
- Super Troopers 2 could look to Kickstarter for funding
- It’s a wrap for The Raid 2: Berandal, reports Gareth Evans
- Phil Lord and Chris Miller drop hints about 22 Jump Street
- Sigourney Weaver joins the Mortal Instruments sequel
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If you have to ask what Sharknado is about, perhaps it’s time to brush up on your reading skills. The title may be an ungainly combination of “shark” and “tornado,” but it does get the idea across. There’s some plot, I suppose, as suggested by this synopsis: “Super tornadoes suck sharks up from the ocean floor, hurling them at LA.” A tornado in LA? That’s just crazy.
But who cares about the story? There’s a tornado full of sharks. As the poster says, enough said. Now there’s a trailer, which you can see below.
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Posted on Friday, April 6th, 2012 by Angie Han
As someone who was roughly the same age as the American Pie gang when the first film dropped — and who then followed the group through 2001’s American Pie 2 and 2003’s American Wedding — I’m finding it tough to separate American Reunion from the haze of nostalgia surrounding it. But that’s part of the point, of course. Much like an actual reunion, American Reunion exists for no other reason than to check back in with the East Great Falls Class of ’99. While it falls flat as a standalone film, for fans of the series, the pleasure of spending time with familiar faces once more outweighs the movie’s many flaws.
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