Sharknado 4 will be made, and this is why we’re happy

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‘Sharknado 3′ tears through East Coast: 9 moments to talk about.

“Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!” tore through the East Coast — and across social media — Wednesday night, making the franchise’s first two installments seem practically staid by comparison. While 2013’s “Sharknado” unleashed a monstrous storm on Los Angeles and 2014’s “Sharknado 2: The Second One” hit New York, the latest Syfy camp-fest has the entire eastern seaboard in jeopardy.

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?” he told Variety. The number of sharks was countless, the number of celebrity cameos was endless, and April (Tara Reid) and Fin (Ian Ziering) returned with old and new teammates to take down sharks on land, in the sky, and beyond (yes, really).

In a casting switch-up, Fin and April’s daughter Claudia is played by a new actress bearing little resemblance to her predecessor (hey, at least the Beckys on “Roseanne” shared the same hair color). EDT on Syfy. (Syfy via AP) Here’s “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kim Richards getting pummeled into the sidewalk by a shark. (Video via Bravo / “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”) “The NASA Weather Satellite Center is tracking the tropical depression and recommends residents make arrangements to evacuate if necessary,” said Weiner. There were approximately 1 million amazing moments in Sharknado 3 — it started with an opening scene and title sequence that portrayed Fin as James Bond, and to be honest that was probably the least action-packed, entertaining moment of the night — but here we’ve highlighted our favorites. (If you want to read the blow-by-blow, be sure to check out our live blog.) So suspend your disbelief because there’s no place for it in the world of sharknados, which includes Mark Cuban and Ann Coulter as the leaders of the USA. Since it wouldn’t be a “Sharknado” film without a host of crazy cameos, quotable dialogue and silly special effects, here are nine moments to talk about Thursday.

Sharknado 3 follows on from the success of 2013 TV disaster film Sharknado, which was given a string of celebrity endorsements from Olivia Wilde to Patton Oswalt and Mia Farrow. If it is just someone running around, going ‘Ahhh!’, it doesn’t buy you anything.” Especially the New York Post, which claimed, “The franchise’s status as a magnet for celebrities forgotten and desperate reaches new heights with ‘Sharknado 3.'” Ouch. Fin receives a golden chainsaw, thereby becoming the very first member of the “Order of the Golden Chainsaw.” It very obviously comes in handy rather quickly. 3. But a critic over at Yahoo disagrees, saying the flick, in all its bloody, cheesy glory, works the way it is. “Viewed on the terms of its own idiosyncratic idiocy, it all holds together.” Then POTUS Cuban and Fin have an epic shark fight in the White House, which includes a scene in which a cleaning lady accidentally vacuums up the tail of a shark and uses said vacuum to hurl the shark against the wall and kill it.

During said White House attack, Ann Coulter and Fin’s brother-in-law Brody (Mark McGrath) escape by surfing down stairs using presidential paintings. 9. Martin gets eaten while watching the film Shark Wedding, which features a three-headed shark. (And, yes Game of Thrones fans, there were references to the book series in the appearance. The Today show anchors cameo on Sharknado 3, but the real scene-stealers are Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, who smash wine bottles to attack the sharks, but then almost immediately get eaten.

Despite bravery and shark weather-related intelligence, Frankie Muniz’s character loses his limbs one by one, and then blows up his RV with his chin. 12.

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