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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
While Jennifer Lawrence and Michael Fassbender are in Montreal shooting “X-Men: Apocalypse,” the duo shed their mutant skin for a different collaboration on Friday night. The stars participated in a pop-up of director Jason Reitman’s Live Read series. Normally held in Los Angeles, the “Up In the Air” helmer staged the Coen Brothers classic “The Big Lebowski.” Fassbender played Jeff Bridges’ iconic part of The Dude, complete with a tattered bathrobe, while Lawrence took on Julianne Moore’s Maude. Their “X-Men” costar Olivia Munn joined in (recreating Tara Reid’s Bunny) as did Patton Oswalt, T.J. Miller, “Silicon Valley” creator Mike Judge and. »
- Matt Donnelly
Michael Fassbender put his magnetic superpowers aside Friday night to play stoner icon “the Dude” in a reading of “The Big Lebowski” in Montreal, but it was Patton Oswalt’s performance as Walter Sobchak (the role originated by John Goodman) that stole the show.
Organized by the Just for Laughs comedy festival, the sold-out Live Read — at which a cast of nine read the Coen brothers’ cult-favorite screenplay for an audience of 1,300 — took clever advantage of the fact that “X-Men: Apocalypse” is shooting in the same city where North America’s biggest comedy festival is headquartered. As such, the fest managed to lure X-women Jennifer Lawrence (who performed Julianne Moore’s Maude) and Olivia Munn (stepping in as Tara Reid’s Bunny) to join Oswalt and a handful of “Silicon Valley” players — T.J. Miller as Brandt, Martin Starr as Jesus and showrunner Mike Judge doing a dead-on Sam Elliott as »
- Peter Debruge
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Falling Skies, UnREAL, Zoo and Suits!
1 | Does Falling Skies’ Pope kinda have a point, that through three years’ worth of battles, the Mason family has barely gotten a scratch on ‘em? Also, yea or nay to Pope’s clean bean? And hey, Falling Skies/Wayward Pines fans, recognize the police station?
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2 | Are The Strain‘s kills becoming as gruesomely creative as The Walking Dead’s? »
No, we don’t yet have an exact premiere date for the second half of Haven Season 5 — but in the meantime, TVLine offers this exclusive first look at the new batch of episodes, plus a provocative teaser.
RelatedSharknado 4 Is Coming: But What’s the Big Twist? And Will Tara Reid Return?
When last we tuned into the Syfy drama, smart-mouthed, malevolent Mara (played by Emily Rose) had been dispatched with, but not before an encounter with Duke (Eric Balfour) inside a thinny resulted in Mr. Crocker “exploding.” That in turn released into Haven a whole lotta new Troubles.
When Season 5 resumes this fall, »
I write about TV for a living, I watch a ton of TV, and I read a lot of news about TV, including a number of much-hyped stories that seem unavoidable all over the Internet. Yet even I can't bring myself to care about some of them. For instance:
2. The VMAs themselves. The one day a year MTV pretends it still cares about music videos. Again, a year from now, will you remember who won any of these prizes?
3. The Jon-Snow-Is-Alive rumors. Either he is or isn't, but I'd rather just find out when I watch "Game of Thrones" next season and not endure nine months of speculation.
- Gary Susman
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.
Among viewers in the coveted 18-49 demo, Sharknado 3 drew 1.1 million, down 31 percent from last year’s entry.
RelatedSharknado 4 Is Coming: But What’s the Big Twist? And Will Tara Reid Return?
Of note, the NBCU-shilling threequel performed best with Females 25-54 and Adults 50+. TVLine readers gave the disastrous pic an average grade of “B-“ (compared to Sharknado 2’s “B+”).
The original Sharknado debuted to 1.4 million total viewers in July 2013, with 570,000 landing in the 18-49 sweet spot. »
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! featured more celebrity cameos, more sharknados and more crazy deaths than SyFy’s previous two Sharknado films, and left the fate of star Tara Reid up for audience vote. Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! The entire East coast became the “Feast Coast” on Wednesday night in SyFy’s newest original film, Sharknado […]
- Olivia Truffaut-Wong
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! premiered last night on Syfy, and while some fans absolutely loved it, others more than hated it, calling it one giant Comcast commercial that should be blown to smithereens like the great white at the end of Jaws. Syfy isn't listening to the detractors at all, though. Defying the critics, and as expected after last night's shocking finale, the network has officially announced Sharknado 4. And this time, there's a twist. Fans will be able to decide the fate of Tara Reid's April Shepard.
Yes, in what could be a TV first, Syfy is allowing viewers to determine the end of Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! The network has set up an online vote for anyone with an opinion, along with launching a Twitter campaign. To vote, fans need to visit Sharknado.syfy.com. Between the original Sharknado, which literally took the world »
If you're casting a third Sharknado movie and you want some hot young talent with a big following, then Jedward are the perfect choice.
The Irish singing duo not only appear in Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, but they've also recorded the film's official hip-hop-inspired single. Digital Spy caught up with the twins to speak about working with Tara Reid and pitching a fourth movie starring Daniel Radcliffe.
Ian Ziering wants Sharknado 4 on the big screen with Arnie
Edward said: "It's so good that we collaborated, we think it makes sense, because me and John, we surprised everyone's expectations, we're still here rocking it. Sharknado - no-one thought it was going be such a big deal."
John also confirmed plans to record another shark-related song, saying: "We've already started working on a song for a possible fourth movie. »
Last night brought the premiere of Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, the third installment in the intentionally stupid disaster comedy about sharks terrorizing and killing people as they’re blown around by tornadoes. While fans were expecting the usual terrible special effects, “celebrity” cameos and brutal deaths, they probably weren’t expecting a cliffhanger ending. But last […]
The post ‘Sharknado 4′ is Coming: You Decide if Tara Reid Survives appeared first on /Film. »
- Ethan Anderton
If you made it through all 120+ minutes of Syfy’s Sharknado 3, you know that already a fourth salvo of hammerhead-filled twisters is brewing. But what twist is left to throw at the over-the-top, cheesy-by-design “film” franchise?
Also: Will Tara Reid’s April live to see another Great White get chainsawed?
PhotosSharknado 3: Here Are 40 of the Worst, Silliest, Shilliest Moments
Sharknado 3, in its final acts, after all, boldly went where no tornado movie has gone before — into outer space, as series hero Fin Shepard (played by Ian Ziering) and his dad Gil (David Hasselhoff) commandeered a »
Oh hell yes! More "Sharknado" is coming our way and fans will decide the fate of a character!
On Wednesday’s TV cinematic gem "Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!", it ended with Tara Reid’s April Wexler character about to be crushed by the wreckage of the Space Shuttle plummeting towards the Earth – totally plausible!
But, April just might survive – if you want her to! Syfy announced that fans can decide whether she lives of dies.
"Now's your chance to be part of 'Sharknado' history," a ...
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Surprise! There's going to be a Sharknado 4. Yes, the sharks will get sucked up into waterspouts yet again. But this fourth movie will have a different twist: Viewers get to decide the fate of Tara Reid's character. The third TV flick, Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (seriously, that was the title), ended with space shuttle wreckage coming straight for Reid's character, April, but cut to black before the impact. The movie then informed fans, "You decide if #AprilLives or #AprilDies." Fans can vote with those hashtags on Twitter or on sharknado.syfy.com with the character's fate finally being revealed in Sharknado 4, likely airing next summer. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Chris Regina, »
As those who watched the "Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!" premiere on Wednesday night already know (Spoilers ahead), the movie ended on a cliff-hanger centered around Tara Reid's character, April. After having just sawed her way out of a shark -- and delivered a baby inside its belly -- April is embracing her family on the beach when a piece of space debris (it makes sense, kind of, if you watched the film) comes crashing down toward her head.
So does she survive? That's what fans of the franchise get to decide, as no sooner had the flick faded to black did the hashtags #AprilLives and #AprilDies appeared on the screen, with Syfy imploring viewers to use social media (and a dedicated voting page »
- Katie Roberts
“You decide if #AprilLives or #AprilDies,” Syfy promised viewers after they saw a large-ish bit of space shuttle flotsam careening toward April Wexler, aka Tara Reid, at the end of tonight’s Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! “Life Or Death? You Decide!” Syfy said, telling viewers if they were anti-tweet voters they also could vote on Sharknado.syfy.com. “Her fate will be revealed in Sharknado 4 … because we’re not done yet!” the network screeched at the end of tonight’s orgy of… »
“Sharknado 3″ ended with a cliffhanger that left April’s (Tara Reid) life in flux, before the scene cut to black with a message splashed across the screen, “You decide if #AprilLives or #AprilDies,” with the announcement that fans can vote on her fate and learn of the outcome in “Sharknado 4.” The surprise announcement continued, “We’re not done yet.”
Before the third TV movie premiered, director Anthony C. Ferrante told Variety that he is 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 said. “It’s a summer event now. It’s like a blockbuster movie, but for free on the network. People have parties and even kids love it. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
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