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23 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘Sharknado 3’: The best things that happened.

So a sharknado hit TV for a third time Wednesday night, and somehow things got SERIOUSLY MORE INSANE than they got in the first two movies about hunting flying great whites with Fin (Ian Ziering) and April (Tara Reid). NEW YORK (AP) — The pun is as fitting as it is inevitable, so let’s go ahead and get it out of the way: “Sharknado 3” has definitely jumped the shark.

Scerbo returns as Nova in “Sharknado 3,” which blows onto Syfy Wednesday night at 9 — and I gotta say, until she showed up I didn’t really care that this latest sharknado might destroy America as we know it. Two years ago, the original “Sharknado” film depicted a weather aberration on the Southern California coast that caused bloodthirsty sharks to cascade on hapless Angelenos. But then she comes out from under this great big old black helmet, something that looks like it was designed by Batman on Ritalin, and I said to myself, this just might rescue me. “Sharknado” fans will remember Nova from the first “Sharknado” as the waitress who got swallowed by a shark.

Ferrante tells Variety that he’s eager to create another sequel, so long the viewers keep tuning in. “This one has to be successful, but as long as Syfy wants them, we’ll keep doing them,” Ferrante says. “It’s a summer event now. Instead, we’re looking at its superior sequel, Sharknado 2 (2014), aptly subtitled “The Second One.” In Sharknado 2, our newly reunited heroes, Fin (Ian Ziering, Beverly Hills, 90210) and April Wexler (Tara Reid, American Pie), are on their way to New York City to visit with family. During the equally riveting Syfy movie “Leprechaun’s Revenge” (also known as “Red Clover”), there’s a conversation between a deputy police and a reporter where a “sharknado” is mentioned. In an interview with Vice, “Sharknado” scribe Thunder Levin confirmed this. “There’s this town in the movie that’s, I guess, being besieged by leprechauns…and somebody says, ‘Gosh, I hope we don’t go the way of that other town.

But it’s less about the cities, and it’s more about, what are we going to do with Ian and Tara, and what genres do we want to play with?” If the franchise should continue, Ferrante would want Ziering and Reid to stick around. “I think they’re your leads,” he says. “You wouldn’t do ‘Die Hard’ without Bruce Willis.” “Sharknado 3″ welcomes David Hasselhoff, Bo Derek, Marc Cuban, Ann Coulter, Jerry Springer, NSync’s Chris Kirkpatrick and cameos by Bill Engvall, Lorenzo Lamas, Maria Menounos and TMZ’s Harvey Levin. But an even bigger, badder sharknado storm awaited him in the Big Apple, where he rallied take-no-guff New Yawkers in a feisty counterstrike. “Sharknado 2” was a hilarious treat. They never recovered after the sharknado hit,’” Levin explained. “One of the execs at SyFy, that stuck with them and they thought, “Hey, we should make a movie called ‘Sharknado!” The impressive company (which frequently produces movies for cable TV) is known for such programming as “Mega Shark vs. So who’s on the celebrity wish list for “Sharknado 4?” Bill Murray. “We wanted Bill Murray in this one and I knew the reality of it,” says Ferrante.

From the Today show crew and Downtown Julie Brown (as a nurse named Fletcher) to Kelly Osbourne (as a flight attendant) and Andy Dick (as a cop), the cameos, supporting roles, and bit parts are endless in . This sounds epic in theory, but in practice only waters down the action, with Washington quickly left in ruins before the mayhem shifts to South Florida and points in between. Fox (Kill Bill), Mark McGrath (Sugar Ray), and Kari Wuhrer (Eight Legged Freaks)—the latter playing a couple named Martin and Ellen Brody (ahem, Jaws!). Perhaps the most clever touch lampoons the through-the-gun-barrel point-of-view with which every James Bond film begins (though here, it’s through the gaping jaws of a shark), but that gag is over in the film’s opening seconds. The “Beverly Hills, 90210″ actor, who plays the star of the film, initially didn’t want to sign on, but he has a wife and kids and needed the paycheck and insurance.

Other semi-bold-face names include Bo Derek, David Hasselhoff, Penn Jillette and Teller, Lou Ferrigno, and former Congressman Anthony Weiner, far less conspicuous here than he used to be on Twitter. Just read his explanation to CBS: I had to take one for the team….As an actor, my health insurance comes from my unions and in Screen Actors Guild, you have to make so much every year within the union to qualify for the top tier of insurance. The biggest shortcoming: The film and its story seem to have been cobbled together not to entertain the audience, but to serve the varied interests of Syfy owner Comcast as a multi-pronged marketing assault. And having a baby shortly after that, I realized, ‘I have to do this.’ I was really upset to be quite honest because the script didn’t really read very well.

I think if you watch the movie, it’s clear,” he said on a conference call promoting the first movie, according to Horror Society. “The sharks, they’re in it, they get deposited, and some of them flop around and they die and that’s what happens.” “I hate sharks, personally, to be honest with you,” she said on the same call. “When I read the script, I actually thought the concept was so ridiculous that it was almost so bad that it was good. More brazenly, the film spends lots of time in a certain Florida theme park owned by NBC Universal, which results in “Sharknado 3” serving less as a comedy than as a travelogue for Universal Studios Orlando. Also, these flying city sharks must be on an adrenaline kick, because their skills improve ten-fold—e.g., the ability to bite heads and limbs clean off of someone’s body.

Unlike the first “Sharknado” film, which attacked without warning, and the second, an instant campy classic, this third outing is being hyped as a major television event. Come on, this whole thing is so unrealistic.” The network was banking on lots of social media engagement, but weren’t expecting 5,000 tweets per minute, and celebrities joining in the fun, further fueling the madness.

It started a conversation about whether social media can translate into viewers (about 1.4 million people actually tuned in), but no one seemed to care. “Among the celebrities tweeting were Patton Oswalt, Damon Lindelof, Elizabeth Banks, Olivia Wilde, Mia Farrow – even the American Red Cross,” Syfy boasted in a news release that week titled “‘Sharknado’ devours the Internet!” In the end, Fin saves the city and destroys the mega sharknado with some form of “science.” This, of course, causes the airborne sharks to fall from the sky—hungry and mad as hell.

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