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Director: Anthony C. Ferrante
Running Time: 93 Minutes
As if Sharknado and it’s sequel hadn’t provided enough toothy twisters for most people, the Syfy channel has delved back into it’s surprisingly popular franchise for a third instalment, the aptly named Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
Armed with progressively more elaborate chainsaws and an uninspiring script, Ian Ziering, Tara Reid and Cassie Scerbo return to the fray – this time joined by Frankie Muniz and David Hasselhoff – as they attempt to snatch an unlikely victory from the jaws of defeat (sorry).
During a trip to Washington DC, Fin Shepard (Ziering) finds his shark-slaying services required when a storm obliterates the capital. With all flights grounded, Fin must battle his way to Orlando where his pregnant wife April (Reid) awaits and take on a sharknado that threatens the entire east coast. »
- Mike McCarthy
Directed by Anthony C. Ferrante.
Starring Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, David Hasselhoff, Cassie Scerbo, Frankie Muniz, Ryan Newman, Bo Derek, Mark Cuban, Jerry Springer, Michael Winslow, Chris Jericho, Mark McGrath, Ne-Yo, Jedward, and Lou Ferrigno.
A tornado. With Sharks… in space!
Stupid movies are one thing; stupid movies that are self-aware are something else and they don’t come more stupid or self-aware than the Sharknado movies. Inexplicably, the first Sharknado proved to be something of a cult hit, brought about by the fact that so many people latched onto the dumb premise and took it for the low-budget cable TV nonsense that it was, and then the inevitable happened – the sequel. Sharknado 2: The Next One followed closely behind and somebody with responsibility noticed that social media was taking the bait and that people were tuning in so, much like a novelty charity hit single, »
- Amie Cranswick
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! was the TV movie event of the summer, and now it's coming home on Blu-ray and DVD this week! We have an exclusive clip from the special features. It goes behind-the-scenes to ask which celebrity should die next! Perhaps these dreams will come true in Sharknado 4, which is already confirmed to arrive next summer.
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! arrived in an extended version this past week, as the Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD hit stores in blood-soaked style on Tuesday, October 6. This third chapter in the record breaking social media sensation is coming from Cinedigm and The Asylum. And it promises a whole tsunami of special features. These extras promise to drag you down into the heart of the terror.
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- Angie Han
On the heels of Frankie Muniz's brilliant Malcolm in the Mid-Life Crisis pitch-tweet last week, another former Malcolm star has admitted to having gotten bitten by the nostalgia bug: Bryan Cranston. Talking to Entertainment Tonight Canada, Cranston, who was asked which of his roles he'd like to return to, promptly nixed Breaking Bad ("We just covered it completely, I think"), and landed right on Hal. As Malcolm's dad, Cranston played a very scream-y, goofy, pretty oblivious patriarch. "It's been 10 years since [Malcolm] went off the air," Cranston explained to Et, "and it'd be fun to pick up that guy's clothes again and be fun and sweet and adorable and hapless and clueless and afraid of everything."Yes, please, yes it would (what is happening): Anything for more of this: »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
Last week, Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz revealed on his Twitter page that he wants to see a reunion series happen, which he would call Malcolm in the Mid-Life Crisis. The actor admitted he was just "ga(u)ging interest" in a reunion, but it seems that he isn't the only one who would like to bring the series back. While speaking to Et Canada (via Digital Spy), Bryan Cranston also said he would like to come back as the dysfunctional family patriarch, Hal. Here's what the actor had to say about a reunion.
"It's been 10 years since we went off the air and it'd be fun to pick up that guy's clothes again and be fun and sweet and adorable and hapless and clueless and afraid of everything."
As we mentioned last week, it doesn't seem that there are any official discussions about bringing this show back, »
The TV landscape is becoming just as populated with reboots and revivals as the film industry, and Fox is easily one of the biggest perpetrators of this trend. The network brought back its beloved action-drama series 24 with the event series 24: Live Another Day, and now they are set to bring back The X-Files with another new event series, debuting this coming January. While we wait to see the next show that will be brought back from the dead, Frankie Muniz suggested on his Twitter account that he wants to bring back his hit sitcom Malcolm in the Middle. Here's what the actor had to say yesterday.
"How fun would "Malcolm In The Mid-life Crisis" be? I wonder what Malcolm and his family would be up to now!"
When asked if there were any official discussions about bringing Malcolm in the Middle back to the airwaves, the actor said he was just "gaging interest. »
Recently Frankie Muniz has suggested a Malcolm in the Middle “mid life crisis” reboot. Given all the reboots that have been sprouting up and the long-time cult following the show had, it’s not a horrible ideas. Personally I think it’s because Muniz has disappeared from the planet ever since the show ended. Even so, there are worse ideas out there. But that’s not the story we’re following today. In a stunning “Today I Learned” post on Reddit, it turns out if you check out Malcolm in the Middle’s wikipedia page you see a tasty little nugget about the show. Turns out the show used mood-setting music in lieu of canned laughter. Artists used included Abba, They Might Be Giants, Kenny Rogers, Elo & the Getaway People. I personally wasn’t a huge fan of the show but I will say this. If it weren’t for »
- Nat Berman
Source: Getty / Ethan Miller Reboot fever is real, and Frankie Muniz wants Malcolm in the Middle to be next. The former star tossed out an idea on Twitter on Sunday that is incredibly exciting for anyone who loved the comedy, which ran from 2000 to 2006. How fun would "Malcolm In The Mid-life Crisis" be? I wonder what Malcolm and his family would be up to now! — Frankie Muniz (@frankiemuniz) September 7, 2015 Is he joking? Is this real life? What does Bryan Cranston think about this? And, most importantly, might this actually happen? Source: Fox »
Stars: Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, Mark McGrath, Cassie Scerbo, David Hasslehoff, Frankie Muniz, Ryan Newman, Mark Cuban, Bo Derek, Blair Fowler, Michael Winslow | Written by Thunder Levin | Directed by Anthony C. Ferrante
Hellraiser did it, Jason Vorhees did it, and now the killer sharks of sharknado are doing it… they’re heading into Space!
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No continues the story of Fin Shepard – fresh from receiving a medal of honour from the President of the United States and a mini-battle with a sharknado in Washington, D.C. – who, this time round takes on an ever-growing succession of sharknado’s that, eventually, build to a sharknado “wall” that can only be stopped by launching Fin Shepard and his dad (played by David Hasslehoff) into outer space to literally burn the sharks out of Earth’s upper atmosphere!
As per the previous film, Sharknado 3 is filled with celebrity cameos, »
- Phil Wheat
With the UK getting its first glimpse of the Asylum's latest disaster-piece tonight (July 23), we bring you the 8 best and very worst moments from Sharknado 3 below:
There's a certain art to a Sharknado opening scene. Viewers want their man-eating sharks and lots of blood from the get-go, and each new movie has to find a new way to satisfy them.
This time around, a hokey presidential ceremony - complete with a genuinely depressing cameo from all-time great comedian Robert Klein for the second year running - for the one-man army known as Fin Shepard (Ian Ziering) was quickly dispatched so the sharks could starting destroying the Us capital.
Quip along with us as we take a look at the third - third! - in the series of SyFy’s camp disaster movie, stuffed with cameos from 90s stars. And sharks
Thanks everyone for tuning in. We got to see a strangely conservative movie full of tea partiers, Nascar, Real Housewives, and more product placement than you can throw a bag of 3D Doritos at. There was a space shuttle launch, a laser chainsaw, and Frankie Muniz getting all of his limbs eaten off by a a shark.All in all, that is a fine night of entertainment. We’ll see you again next year when we see just how #AprilDies.
- Brian Moylan in New York
After devouring Los Angeles in 2013 and taking a bite out of the Big Apple in 2014, Sharknados are now storming Washington DC and several other Us cities in the ultimate act of destruction.
9 of the craziest post-Jaws shark movies, from Jaws in Japan to Sharknado
Humanity's very survival is in the hands of every shark's worst enemy Fin Shepard, the killing machine who has somehow developed an ability to sense when Sharknados are forming.
This year's Sharknado »
The new full trailer for the latest Sharknado sequel pretty much explains itself. There’s yet another tornado full of sharks coming, and this time it’s going to destroy the entire "feast coast." There’s really no need to give any sort of plot synopsis for Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, a movie concerned exclusively with CGI sharks spilling from the sky and eating people. It stars Tara Reid, Frankie Muniz, and David Hasselhoff, with guest appearances by Ann Coulter (as the vice-president of the United States), Michele Bachmann (as herself), Anthony Weiner (as a lifeguard, hopefully with his pants on), and other, less political people. Until the movie airs on July 22 and we can all drink ourselves silly while watching Ann Coulter maybe get gobbled by flying sharks, we have this trailer to tide us over: »
- Greg Cwik
Lest you think that the first two movies stretched the Sharknado premise as far it could go, this sequel takes sharp-toothed storms to the next level by having them swarming Washington DC.
"I've always looked at these Sharknado movies as family movies," he deadpans.
9 of the craziest post-Jaws shark movies, from Jaws in Japan to Sharknado
David Hasselhoff enters the fray this time around as Fin's dad. Even stranger, »
“Sharknado 3” has released the behind-the-scenes featurette that surely somebody was waiting for. One year after Ian Ziering‘s Fin Shepard saved New York City from the last batch of Sharknados, the frenzied fish storms are attacking the entire Eastern Seaboard. This time around, the tornados full of sharks are even merging with other storms — Sharkicanes, per new star Frankie Muniz — and heading inland. As such, the scope is far larger than “Sharknado 3’s” more localized predecessors. “We get to do a whole bunch of mini-movies within our movie,” director Anthony C. Ferrante says in the peek behind the curtain. »
- Tony Maglio
As usual, the sequel will be packed with cameos from Jerry Springer, Nsync's Chris Kirkpatrick, WWE star Chris Jericho, Today's Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, singer Ray J and record producer Ne-Yo.
Hasselhoff has already promised that the parody of disaster epics will be the "worst movie ever".
Tara Reid and Ian Ziering return as the shark storm brings devastation to Washington, D.C., and other cities on the East Coast. Also fighting the deadly forecast are David Hasselhoff, Frankie Muniz and Bo Derek.
There are also a significant amount of celebrities playing government agents: Ray J, Penn Jillette and Teller’s characters work for Nasa while Ne-Yo, Lou Ferrigno and Grant Imahara play Secret Service agents to the president (Mark Cuban) and vice president (Ann Coulter).
Real-life politicians Michele Bachmann and Anthony Weiner also appear, as well as Jerry Springer, Kathie Lee Gifford, Hoda Kotb, Chris Kirkpatrick and reality star Kim Richards, Holly Madison and Kendra Wilkinson.
“Sharknado 3” premieres July 22 at 9 p.m. on Syfy.
- Mannie Holmes
“Oh hell no!” isn’t just the tagline of Syfy’s upcoming Sharknado 3 — it’s also how the casting department probably responded when asked to limit the film’s number of celebrity cameos.
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Mark Cuban cuts an impressive picture as an American president. He’s tall, as all likely presidents must be. He’s got the last name Cuban, so the Hispanic vote is a lock-down, and he owns Axs TV and the Mavericks, so he’s totally entertaining the American population already. The TV series “Shark Tank” shows he knows how to sift through B.S. and get down to business.Syfy has imagined greater and elected him president in the coming Anthony C. Ferrante masterpiece, “Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No” which is set to blow up this July 22. Actor Frankie Muniz, entertainers Penn & Teller, […] »
- April Neale
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