Cassie Scerbo at the 'Voyage Of Time: The IMAX Experience' Premiere held at the California Science Center, Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 28th September 2016
Matthew Noszka , Cassie Scerbo - 'Lost in America' special private screening premiere - Inside at Private Residence - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 18th June 2016
Cassie Scerbo - Launch of '6 Bullets to Hell' - Arrivals at Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 10th May 2016
Thornton has paid tribute to her husband on Instagram, calling him ‘My life. My love. My angel.’
Chris Carney, who starred in MTV reality series 'twentyfourseven', tragically died in a car accident on Friday morning police have confirmed, he was 35-years-old. The former singer of The Prom Kings, was the husband of actress Tiffany Thornton, known for her role in Disney series ‘Sonny with a Chance’.
Brittny sugarman , Cassie Scerbo - 15th annual fundraising "PADRES CONTRA EL CÁNCER" at Boulevard3 - Hollywood, California, United States - Thursday 17th September 2015
The third instalment in the 'Sharknado' franchise will feature a star packed guest cast.
SyFy has just announced a title and premiere date for the third instalment in the Sharknado franchise, which will be terrorising our screens again this summer. Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No will be coming at us via the cable network on July 22nd, as this time disaster hits Washington D.C. in the two hour made for t.v. movie.
Once again Tara Reid will be back in her role as April while Ian Ziering will also be returning as hero of the day Fin Shepard. Cassie Scerbo, who did not return for Sharknado 2: The Second One, has also been confirmed as coming back, as Nova a bartender who sets her sights on Fin.
Tara Reid and Ian Ziering will be reprising their roles as April and Fin for the sequel to 'Sharknado', due to premiere on SyFy in July 2014.
The Twitter fuelled success of SyFy's Sharknado will definitely be repeated this July when the sequel is released on small screens across the US.
Sharknado, in case anyone needed clarification was the monstrosity created by SyFy writer, Thunder Levin, in which a tornado sweeps into its vortex a large number of sharks. The tornado, filled with man eating sharks, proceeds to terrorise Los Angeles and it's up to one small group of survivors to destroy the swirling mass of teeth and fins.
Continue reading: Tara Reid & Ian Ziering Set To Return For 'Sharknado 2: The Second One'
You couldn't even say this movie is so bad that it's good, because it's seriously terrible, but it's also hilariously entertaining. Sometimes it means to be idiotic, but more often we are laughing because the effects are so appalling, the script is nonsensical and the cast look like they got lost and wandered onto the set by accident. Fans of awful movies won't want to miss it.
The premise is simply ridiculous: Los Angeles is in the grip of a shark infestation, as swimmers in about four inches of water are being gobbled up by Great Whites. Just then, a freak hurricane arrives from Mexico carrying water-spouts packed with sharks that are dropped into the city streets. Our hero is Fin (Ziering), a surfer dude who's worried about his estranged wife April (Reid) and their two grown children (Peeples and Hittinger). So he grabs his best buddy Baz (Simmons), the tough-girl barmaid Nova (Scerbo) and a local drunk (Heard) and they charge to the rescue. After a series of outrageous adventures, they come up with a crazy plan to save the city.
Mashing together every disaster movie cliche imaginable, along with nonstop amusing Jaws references and L.A. in-jokes, the film isn't nearly as stupid as it looks. And it looks really stupid. There isn't a single sequence that makes a bit of logical sense due to the dirt-cheap production values and clunky digital effects. Every now and then, the filmmakers edit in a documentary shot of actual sharks swimming just to remind us what they look like, as opposed to the clumsy rubber and digital variety that fills the screen.
Continue reading: Sharknado Review
Tara Reid is unlikely to be starring in a Sharknado sequel, according to sources close to the movie's producers.
It seems unlikely Tara Reid will be reprising her role in a Sharknado sequel. Sources close to the show's producers have said they are not interested in having the 37-year-old actress return.
Tara Reid at the L.A. premiere of Fast and Furious 6.
Reid said, shortly after Sharknado aired, that she would be happy to be involved in any follow up project. However, TMZ revealed over the weekend, Reid was not involved in talks with Sharknado's production company Asylum.
Continue reading: Will Tara Reid Feature In Sharknado 2?
'Sharknado' will have a sequel, SyFy producers announced today (17th July). The film is due to be released in 2014 and SyFy have requested viewers Tweet their ideas for a possible title.
A sequel to SyFy's Sharknado has been given the go-ahead by the network's producers. Sharknado aired on SyFy last Thursday (11th July). It was hugely popular attracting an audience of 1.4 million and received thousands of Twitter comments.
Ian Ziering at 'Veronic Voices', an event held at Jubilee Theater, Las Vegas.
Advertisements for the TV movie simply read: 'Sharknado - Enough Said'. Producers have asked viewers to Tweet in their suggestions for a Sharknado sequel title. As the film will be set in New York (the first was set in L.A.), two suggestions have been 'Sharknado 2: Sharks And The City' or 'Sharknado 2: Taking A Bite Out Of The Big Apple'
Continue reading: Sharknado Fans Are "Clamouring For A Sequel" And SyFy Will Oblige
Tara Reid, following the Twitter fuelled success of SyFy's 'Sharknado', has said she would be happy to reprise her role in a sequel of the TV disaster movie.
Tara Reid has announced she wouldn't reject the idea of featuring in a sequel of the film. She said in an interview aired after the Sharknado's premiere on Thursday: "why not?" She went on to say the film is "so funny it's almost like a cult classic".
Tara Reid at the premiere of Fast And The Furious 6 in L.A.
Sharknado attracted an audience of 1.4 million viewers who tuned into SyFy on Thursday 11th July. The film does exactly what it says on the tin: with Sharks being swept up by a tornado and dropped on Los Angeles.
Continue reading: Tara Reid Would Be Happy To Star In 'Sharknado 2'
This TV movie is proving popular
The premise of Sharnado is simple – a freak storm drags killer sharks from their natural habitat and hurls then towards L.A, where they either reside in the residual floods left behind by the storm, or fly through the air and straight into peoples throats, ready for a mauling. Unless of course you’re that unlucky shark that fies straight into this chainsaw.
Starring Tara Reid, Cassie Scerbo and John Heard, Sharnado is a made for TV movie, and aired for the first time last night on Syfy – the network responsible for bringing you Arachnoquake, Sharktopus and Aladdin & The Death Lamp. It has something of The Room about it, Tommy Wiseau’s cult classic, which is famous for being pretty awful, and having some of the funniest lines in cinema history.
Tara Reid stars in this ridiculous TV movie
Caden Welles is 20-years-old with nothing to stop him doing anything he chooses in the world thanks to his rich parents. With a desire for an all guys together overseas partying holiday, he and his friends decide upon where in the world they will visit with a game of cards, a map and a dart. They end up planning a trip to Hyderabad in India with their sights set on girls, music and a lot of alcohol. However, things don't go the way Caden plans as he finds himself waking up morning alone in the town without his belongings. He is helped by a starving man and his young daughter, Kiran and Annika, who hopes for some form of nourishment in return but Caden neglects to help them after they get him back to his hotel despite initially saying he will. He is, however, haunted by his decision not to return and vows to help the man he shunned as he spots him later in the street. He has sold his daughter Annika thinking that it was the best thing for her and it is up to Caden to get her back and save her from the ever-growing Indian human-trafficking trade.
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