Sharknado 3 may not have the same critical acclaim as its predecessors (this is a real sentence I just typed), but by gum, if they don’t know how to drive audiences into a feeding frenzy. Having already been to space, a fourth installment is officially ensured, but the return of one cast member will be up to you.
As if Sharknado or its sequel hadn’t assaulted your sanity enough, its impending trilogy may well take a golden chainsaw to it. The Sharknado officially becomes a “Sharkicane” threatening to devour the “Feast Coast” in Syfy’s extended threequel trailer, and between Frankie Muniz, storm-sensing and fighter jets, not even David Hasselhoff can rescue you from drowning in madness.
Sharknado 3 took its particular brand of Oh Hell No! insanity to the White House by the film’s first sneak peek, but with a frenzy afoot on Capitol Hill, out come the celebrities. Frankie Muniz, Lou Ferrigno, Penn Jillette and more are just some of the famous folk having sharks rained upon them in the latest trailer for our third national Sharknado.
Because you asked for it, pleaded for it, mailed millions of pounds of chum to your local congressman for it, Sharknado is back and headed to Washington D.C. for a second sequel. The first trailer from Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! has arrived, and yes, a shark lands on the Lincoln Memorial.
Syfy's forthcoming 'Sharknado' sequel 'Sharknado 2: The Second One' has been admittedly light with the titular disaster in early teasers and clips, but at long last, the rain is come. Sharks are jumped, cameos are paraded, and we're pretty sure Ian Ziering hits a shark into a pizza oven in the first full trailer for 'Sharknado 2: The Second One'!
Just when you thought it was safe to stay out of the water, Syfy's infamous 'Sharknado' is poised to take a bite out of the Big Apple, as 'Sharknado 2: The Second One' prepares to make landfall on July 30. The first teaser trailer for the second sharkening has arrived, and if you were wondering whether or not sharks attack the New York Mets, we've got you covered.
Released in 2001 and based on the classic Hanna-Barbera cartoon of the same name, 'Josie and the Pussycats' follows a girl band whose sudden rise to fame is engineered by a record label using their music to brainwash teenagers. The bubbly satirical film starred Rachael Leigh Cook, Rosario Dawson, and Tara Reid, and although it was a failure at the box office, it went on to find a following over the years on home video and cable, becoming something of a cult classic in its own right -- more like a "pop-cult classic." 13 years later, we revisit the cast of the film and see what they're up to now.
The Coen Brothers' 1998 film 'The Big Lebowski' has become a massive cult favorite in the 15 years since its initial release with its tale of a lifelong slacker known to his friends as The Dude. Thanks to an unfortunate case of mistaken identity, The Dude finds himself mixed up in the kidnapping of a millionaire's young girlfriend, further complicated by his hotheaded friend, Walter. Along the way he runs into a pornographer, some nihilists and a ferret on his quest to just, you know, be left alone to do his thing, man. Today, we take a look back at the cast of this beloved comedy classic and see what they're up to now.
When you think of Tara Reid, what comes to mind? 'American Pie' (or the new 'American Reunion'), sure, but we're guessing you also think "party girl" and "plastic surgery victim." But Reid would rather you didn't.