Ensuring that Sharknado and Sharknado 2: The Second One can be viewed as one cohesive body, a vast cyclone of tooth-filled cartilage that we may judge future shark tornado cinema on, SyFy has confirmed that Sharknado stars Tara Reid and Ian Ziering will be returning for the sequel. Reed and Ziering will reportedly reprise their respective roles as April and, ugh, Fin as the two take to New York City, where surely sharknadoes are a possible weather occurrence, right? So you'd think! Turns out, nothing attracts a sharknado like the chance to meet their least-favorite blonde from a high school series.
"'Nuff said" concluded Sharknado's brief first teaser, confident it had succinctly summed up its contents with just a crude portmanteau and a shot of a the equally-crude remnants of Tara Reid. Alas, it turns out that was not quite 'nuff said on the matter, as there's more to th... / Continue →
Set for November, Adam Sandler's next film is a comedy called Jack and Jill, which stars Sandler as both an average man and his outlandish twin sister from the Bronx. After what must have been an exhausting about of time in the wig chair, a lot of hammy comic actors might take ... / Continue →
Now that The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel casting has informed him that he can now play old, Richard Gere's life has spiraled down into now also playing homeless. He's reportedly producing and starring in Time Out of Mind, a drama that will see Gere living in a New York shelter a... / Continue →