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[[tmz:video id="0_4lnu9hgl"]] Gavin Rossdale hit the club scene Saturday night, and spent a little time with "Sharknado" survivor Tara Reid. Gavin and Tara were both leaving Hyde at around 2:30 Am when they chatted it up. It doesn't look like he was with her. It seems he left with another woman. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
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
Released in 1941, Citizen Kane’s depiction of a William Randolph Hearst-like publisher attracted the ire of Hearst himself, who used his influence to ensure that the film played to mostly empty houses. Fearing a lawsuit from the publisher, many cinema owners refused to screen the picture, which lost hundreds of thousands of dollars for Rko.
Kane’s status as “The Greatest Film Ever Made” grew after it gained popularity on television, where it caught the attention of critic Andrew Sarris, who called it “the work that influenced the cinema more profoundly than any American film since Birth Of A Nation.” Propelled by similarly laudatory reviews from Pauline Kael and David Thomson, Kane topped Sight & Sound’s top ten list for the first time in 1962, a position it held until 2012 when it was dethroned by Hitchcock’s Vertigo.
But you know what? Kane just isn’t that much fun to watch. »
- Ian Watson
Us distributor Alchemy has picked up North American rights to four films from Madrid-based sales and production outfit Rebel Movies.
Mischa Barton and Joaquim de Almeida star in The Malevolent, currently in production, about a man who summons a malevolent but seductive spirit after a near-fatal car crash confines him to his apartment.
Paz De La Huerta is due to star in Overtime – also in production - a thriller in which an office worker must fight for life when a murderer dispatches her colleagues.
- email@example.com (Andreas Wiseman)
Thanks to Cinemagoo on Twitter, we’ve got a look at the teaser poster for the fourth entry in Syfy’s Sharknado franchise, which has been spotted at Afm 2015…
Sharknado 4 was announced back in July immediately following the premiere of the third movie, with Syfy inviting viewers to determine the fate of Tara Reid’s character April.
Expect Sharknado 4 in the summer.
- Gary Collinson
For those of you who are tragically unfamiliar with 1990’s “Jessie’s Song,” allow me to begin with a recap: Upon discovering that his three best girl friends are super hot and (at least somewhat) musically inclined, über schemer Zack Morris turns them into a pop music trio. (Empire‘s Hakeem could learn a »
In 1943, audiences flocked to see Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man, the first Universal picture to feature two franchise monsters in a fight to the death. The fight didn’t come until the closing moments, but audiences didn’t care – they were seeing the creatures onscreen together for the first time, and that was enough.
Decades later, the bar for horror pictures had fallen so low that watching Tara Reid run away from a Sharknado – not once, not twice, but three times – constituted great entertainment. Or if that wasn’t your cup of tea, you could watch Debbie Gibson run away from Mega Shark.
Horror films aren’t what they used to be, and you have to wonder about the minds that dream up such concepts as David Hasselhoff Vs Killer Snakes (Anaconda 3), Alice Cooper Vs Rubbery Monsters (Monster Dog) and Gary Oldman Vs The Vengeful Spirit (The Unborn »
- Ian Watson
Attention Tara Reid -- we now interrupt your Mexican vacay for shots of your Bf caressing a tremendous bikini-clad ass ... that is Not yours! Not that Tara needed us to tell her, but yeah ... her dude, Yavuz Cansiz, shared a nice tight embrace with a female friend in Cancun while Tara got a bird's-eye view of the action. As you'd expect, Yavuz had some 'splaining to do. The last time Tara had this look on »
- TMZ Staff
On Charlie's farm, anything can happen. Chris Suns' Charlie's Farm will be released on DVD on November 3rd. Also: a PSA from Tremors 5, details on two horror mobile games, Kickstarter information for Nightmares, and a trailer for Flhaunt.
Charlie's Farm: Press Release: "Los Angeles, CA (October 2, 2015) — Alchemy is thrilled to announce the home entertainment release of the haunting Charlie’S Farm, written and directed by Chris Sun (Daddy’s Little Girl, Come and Get Me). Charlie’S Farm stars Nathan Jones (Mad Max: Fury Road, The Protector, Troy), Tara Reid (The Big Lebowski, American Pie, ABC’s “Scrubs”) and Kane Hodder (Se7en, Monster, The Afflicted) and will be available on DVD on November 3, 2015.
In an effort to do something different, four friends head into Australia’s outback to explore Charlie’S Farm, the site where a violent family met their end at the hands of an angry mob. Despite all warnings, »
- Tamika Jones
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.
Tara Reid is once again flaunting her bikini bod. The 39-year-old actress was photographed at the beach in Malibu, Calif. on Sunday, where she showed off her super-skinny frame while splashing around in the waves. The Sharknado star was all smiles as she frolicked in the sand with a mystery man, who is rumored to be her new boyfriend. While the hunky man has yet to be identified, Reid has been posting a number of cozy Instagram pics with a bearded man named Yavuz Cansiz. Photos: Celebrities who regret having plastic surgery "Good day on a Friday! The weekend is here!" she wrote of a recent shot with Cansiz, adding two heart emojis. While Reid seems more than »
Itty-bitty! Tara Reid was spotted laughing and playing on a beach in Malibu, Calif., on Sunday, Sept. 27, in a super skimpy nude bikini. The American Pie actress, 39, was hanging with a hot guy friend and had a huge grin as a wave bowled her over in the tiny swimwear. Looking perfectly blonde and tan for the first weekend of fall, Reid went back and forth from the sunny sand to the refreshing Pacific Ocean. The Sharknado actress definitely enjoyed herself on the beach, despite recent comments made [...] »
The Emmy Awards celebrations leading up to Sunday, Sept. 20 started early. Variety was on hand inside the best parties around Hollywood as the stars mingled, noshed and toasted to TV’s finest. Here’s our party report for the night of Saturday, Sept. 19.
Mptf Evening Before, Century Park:
“Better Call Saul’s” Bob Odenkirk has a unique approach to celebrating on Emmy eve. He’s secretly hoping he doesn’t win in the category of lead dramatic actor. Odenkirk shared his neurotic rationale with friends and partygoers at the ninth annual Evening Before bash benefitting the Motion Picture Television Fund. The gathering, as always, brought out a who’s who of the television business to support a cause close to the industry’s heart. All told, the evening raised more than $2 million for the Mptf, a new record.
Odenkirk and the “Saul” contingent were out in force at the party, »
- Variety Staff
Audi Celebrates Emmy Week:
Amidst sultry monochromatic white décor and pops of neon-colored light from custom Led towers — crafted by event designer Tony Schubert — a spirited group of nominated TV talent and Hollywood partygoers kicked off awards weekend at Audi’s sixth annual pre-Emmy party at Cecconi’s on Thursday night.
“Veep’s” Tony Hale had some idea why his co-star and recurring best actress winner, Julia Louis-Dreyfus — who was also mingling about the patio — gets such acclaim. “Not only is she a good comic actress, but you have to know how to carry the authority of the Vice President. And you believe her,” he said of the star who last year requested that he carry her purse if she win (so he rushed onstage when she did).
As for the appeal of his show, best comedy series contender “Veep, »
- Jasmin Rosemberg and Janine Lew
We might have dismissed it as "relentlessly dull", but Terminator Genisys has found a powerful fan: China. Even bad press can't penetrate the Great Firewall, apparently.
And this isn't the first time that a film has defied expectations on its journey eastwards. Come marvel at these unlikely Chinese hits. (If some of these figures look small, it's worth noting that the Chinese box office has grown exponentially over the last handful of years. Thanks to Box Office Mojo for all stats.)
Global box office: $57,497,699
Chinese box office: $7,936,392
Rotten Tomatoes: 14%
Filmgoers and Dragon Ball fans were equally turned off by this incomprehensible monster of a film. Even Chow Yun-fat and Spike from Buffy couldn't save it, so how Dragonball: Evolution became the tenth highest grossing film in China in 2009 we'll never know.
Global box office: $10,442,808
Chinese box office: $2,250,837
Rotten Tomatoes: 1%
Here's an equation even Stephen Hawking »
Sharknado is a cult phenomenon the likes of which we have not seen in over a decade. This past summer saw the third chapter in the thrilling series Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! arrive to much acclaim. But it almost never happened. Now, the new movie Sharknado : Heart of Sharkness delves into the truth behind the movie that has taken the world by storm. Literally! And we get a sneak peek with the first trailer.
Jared Cohn stars in Sharknado: Heart of Sharkness, which is coming to DVD this October from The Asylum. Part of the official Sharknado canon, this one is a mockumentary in the style of Christopher Guest's catalog of faves like Best In Show and A Mighty Wind. It sees Jared Cohn playing David Moore, the filmmaker who first dreamed of "sharks in a tornado" and brought on a true disaster by using real sharks. »
Just a few days after Lavalantula debuted on Syfy this weekend, the cable network has given the green light for a sequel, entitled 2 Lava 2 Lantula. The title is a reference to Universal Pictures' 2003 sequel 2 Fast 2 Furious, but don't hold your breath for high-octane racing action in 2 Lava 2 Lantula. Syfy will release 2 Lava 2 Lantula as a 2016 summer movie, but no cast members or filmmakers have been confirmed quite yet.
Police Academy stars Steve Guttenberg, Leslie Easterbrook, Marion Ramsey and Michael Winslow reunited to star in Lavalantula, and the hope is to bring them all back. The story follows a "washed up 90s action hero actor" played by Steve Guttenberg, who joins forces with Leslie Easterbrook and Michael Winslow's characters to stop a monstrous swarm of bloodthirsty lava-breathing tarantulas who burn their victims alive. The supporting cast includes Nia Peeples, Danny Woodburn, Ralph Garman, Marion Ramsey, Jon Mack, D.J. Pierce and Patrick Renna. »
So you've probably heard that "X-Men: Apocalypse" stars Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, Olivia Munn and friends did a Live Read of "The Big Lebowski" on Friday night during the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. But have you actually heard any of it? The photos online are great, but the audio really ties the room together.
Thankfully, someone posted a portion of the event online -- you can't see a blessed thing, but you can hear the portion of the reading right after Olivia Munn, who was meant to voice Tara Reid's Bunny, steps on Jennifer Lawrence's lines. Apparently Olivia's script was highlighted with the Maude lines, even though that's the part Jennifer was meant to read on stage. (It was Julianne Moore's role in the movie.) In this 6-minute video, you can hear Jennifer mock-complain, "I've been waiting for three hours to get to my part, and now it's happening, »
- Gina Carbone
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
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