Tara Reid attending the premiere of David E. Talbert's new movie Almost Christmas - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 3rd November 2016
Tara Reid flashes the flesh as she steps out in a skimpy Santa Claus outfit for a Halloween party in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 30th October 2016
Tara Reid and various other celebrities gathered on Saturday night for Entertainment Weekly's annual Comic Con party held at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego, California, United States - Sunday 24th July 2016
Tara Reid - The Brent Shapiro Foundation's 10th Annual Summer Spectacular held at a Private Residence in Beverly Hills at Private Residence - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Saturday 12th September 2015
'Sharknado' shows no signs of wearing thin as a fourth movie is green-lit - but viewers will get to decide the fate of one of its main characters.
Well, it had to happen didn’t it? A fourth (fourth!?!) Sharknado movie is already in the pipeline, according to the Syfy network, but there will be a twist to the story…
Mere moments after Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! finished airing on Wednesday night (July 22nd), the network tweeted that not only would there be a fourth instalment to the so-bad-it’s-good schlockfest franchise, but that viewers would get to decide if Tara Reid’s character would live or die before the next movie.
Viewers will decide whether Tara Reid makes it to the next 'Sharknado' movie
Continue reading: 'Sharknado 4' Is Coming - But Will Tara Reid Be In It?
Elizabeth Banks' comments have certainly upset Tara Reid but the troubled actress has not responded in kind. Reid has issued a short statement in which she expressed her distress at hearing of Banks' criticism although she's been decidedly less subtle on Twitter.
Tara Reid has responded to comments Elizabeth Banks made about her in a recent interview and she's certainly taken the high road. Banks, in a recent interview with THR, criticised actress 39-year-old Reid and suggested she has been far from successful in her acting career. Reid was promoting her upcoming film, Pitch Perfect 2, which she directs and has a small starring role in, during the interview.
Elizabeth Banks suggested Tara Reid "didn't make it" career wise in a recent interview.
Continue reading: Tara Reid "Sad To Hear" Of Elizabeth Banks' Criticism
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.
Time to start watching the skies, those sharks aren't done yet.
We can’t pretend we’re very surprised, but it seems Tara Reid and Ian Ziering will be back for more shark filled mayhem, as Sharknado 3 now has its two main stars onboard. Ziering will be reprising his role as former surfer turned shark hunter Finn Shepard, while Reid will be back as his ex-wife April Wexler.
Ian Ziering and Tara Reid will be back for more shark filled fun this summer
Reid excitedly tweeted the news on Thursday night, telling her followers 'OK guys I have a great announcement get ready its official I just signed on to #Sharknado3 Woo hoo!!!!! (sic).’ The 39-year-old former American Pie star later told her followers, ‘I'm so happy you guys are excited about #Sharknado3 here we go again!’ Adding, ‘I love you guys! I have the best fans in the world!’
Continue reading: 'Sharknado 3' Is On The Way As Ian Ziering And Tara Reid Sign On
Television audiences flocked to watch the second instalment of ludicrous straight-to-TV series
The cross-conceptual gore-fest Sharknado 2: The Second One has become the Syfy channel’s most watched original movie ever.
The first Sharknado movie, screened on the same channel almost exactly one year ago, was something of a cult social media sensation, and the sequel has amplified that success many times over, pulling in 3.9 million viewers for its one-off showing on Wednesday night.
Continue reading: 'Sharknado 2' Breaking Audience And Social Media Records
Sharknado 2: The Second One follows on from the cult success of the first in 2013
Science fiction movie fans are eagerly anticipating the second instalment in the cult Sharknado films. Sharknado 2: The Second One is due to debut on the Syfy channel on Wednesday July 30th.
Although it’s a classic straight-to-TV movie, the first Sharknado gained a sizeable cult following mainly fuelled through Twitter. The original starred Tara Reid and Ian Ziering, who played a pair of ex-lovers set against the backdrop of a Los Angeles infested with man-eating sharks, after a waterspout had lifted them out of the ocean and dumped them in the city.
Continue reading: Second Sharknado Film Set To Air Next Week
Filming for 'Sharknado 2: The Second One' begins in New York
The filming of ‘Sharknado 2: The Second One’ is officially in full swing, as the cast have taken to Times Square to shoot scenes for the upcoming sequel. Stars Ian Ziering, Vivica A. Fox and Mark McGrath were showing how to act on top of a New York cab on Wednesday as the world braces itself for the 'Shaknado' sequel.
Stars Ian Ziering and Vivica A. Fox take to Times Square.
Jumping straight into the action, new cast member Vivica A. Fox is seen standing on top of a New York Cab alongside co-star Ian Ziering. Vivica was dressed for action, wearing combat trousers and a leather jacket as she held on to Ziering and a young dark haired man. Another new cast member, Judd Hirsch, was also seen filming with Ziering. The 'Taxi' star will be playing a taxi driver in the movie, one who stands on top of his car a lot seemingly.
Continue reading: First Pictures From The Set Of 'Sharknado 2: The Second One'
'Sharknado 2: The Second One' gets more cast members joining Tara Reid and Ian Zeiring.
As we previously reported ‘Sharknado’ is striking again, this time with the aptly named ‘Sharknado 2: The Second One’. Now the film has added some choice new names to its cast to help save New York alongside Tara Reid and Ian Ziering, including none other than Kelly Osbourne.
Kelly Osbourne is set to face off against the 'Sharknado'
In what might be a bit of attention seeking casting, ‘Fashion Police’ host and celebutante Kelly Osbourne has signed on to play a flight attendant. Kelly tweeted her delight at the news on Wednesday, telling fans "I guess the news is out Im going to be in #Sharknado2 they asked me & I just could not resist! #SoExcited.’ Alongside Kelly ‘Independence Day’ actress Vivica A. Fox has signed up to play Skye, a ’High school friend’ of Ian Ziering’s character Fin. It’s not the first time the actress has played a friend of Ziering, she had a one episode stint on ‘Beverly Hills 90210’ back in 1991.
Continue reading: 'Sharknado 2: The Second One.' Everything You Need To Know
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
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