Al Roker Uses Science To Explain Sharknadoes

It will eat us all. With multiple sharknadoes converging on the island of Manhattan, America and New York City are going to turn to their most trusted weather source, Al Roker. Here, the Today Show meteorologist/pants-pooper* explains what fuels a sharknado and how their combining will kill us all. * more like a SHARTnado

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It's Happening Again In 'Sharknado 2: The Second One'

Fire up the chainsaw. Much like lightning, tornadoes comprised of sharks never strike in the same place twice. That's why Ian Ziering and Tara Reid have traveled to New York City for Sharknado 2: The Second One. Syfy hasn't shared any plot details yet but, c'mon. The Syfy Original Film also stars Mark McGrath, Vivica A. Fox, Kari Wuhrer, Andy Dick, Kelly Osbourne, Judah Friedlander, Judd Hirsch, Pepa, Kurt Angle, Billy Ray Cyrus, Biz Markie, and somehow NOT Kevin Sorbo. I guess they're saving him for Sharknado 3.


'Sharknado 2' Trailer Jumps The Shark In A Good Way

Even the sharknados are tougher in New York. If you were worried that Sharknado 2: The Second One couldn't be more ridiculous than its predecessor, this trailer is here to call you a dummy. First of all, the cast now includes Ian Ziering as the intrepid hero, Tara Reid as whoever she plays, Vivica A. Fox, Billy Ray Cyrus, Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath, and Jared from Subway. If that's not more ridiculous enough for you, direct your attention to the comically-oversized chainsaw that Ziering wields this time around. I bet you didn't even know those existed. Dummy. And to reiterate:


'Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No' Might Be The One We Can't Contain With Chainsaws

If you see only one Frankie Muniz vs Sharks movie, make it this one. We've seen sharknados target individual cities and kill off some of our favorite C-list celebrities, but never have we seen great whites rain down on an entire coast before. A sharknado of this magnitude is big enough to wipe out the entire East Coast. If Ian Ziering is going to prevent the death of millions, he's going to need a jet. Preferably one tricked out with chainsaws.


'Lebowski 2' Revelation Comes From World's Worst Source: Tara Reid

There's going to be The Big Lebowki 2! (says Tara Reid). It's going to start filming this year! (says Tara Reid). Breaking news coming from the mouth of Tara Reid is a bit of a mixed blessing. On the one hand, if she says something newsworthy, you have to report it, but on the other hand, it's Tara Reid, so whatever she says is probably more the result of a chemically-induced haze than it is one of her weekend getaways in reality. So take this news with a whole underground mine full of salt. There's going to be The Big Lebowki 2! (says Tara Reid). It's going to start filming this year! (says Tara Reid). Does Tara Reid know something that we don't? After wading through 60 seconds of rambling (the Lebowski comment is at 1:00 or so), it's pretty clear, that no, Ms. Reid doesn't know anything we don't. Nor does she know a lot of the things that we do. Unfortunately, upon Reid's stating her intention of filming Lebowski 2 this year, the faceless reporter balks and instead follows up on her statement that she will also be working on American Pie 4 this year. So, no real clarity there, though we can all scoot to the edge of our seats for American Pie 4: Jason Biggs' Death Rattle early next year. A cursory search for any news or developments that would corroborate Ms. Reid's statement turned up nothing aside from the typical fanboy wishful thinking. It is possible though that the project is a closely-guarded secret, and Reid just screwed up and let the cat out of the bag. That I would believe.(FilmDrunk)


'Trust' Reminds Us All Of The Dangers Of Sexting

After viewing this trailer, it would appear that Dateline adapted their "To Catch a Predator" series into a suspense thriller. After viewing the newest trailer for Trust, it would appear that Dateline adapted their "To Catch a Predator" series into a suspense thriller. Clive Owen and Catherine Keener play the parents of a 14 year-old who gets an Internet boyfriend who is not what he claims to be. The trailer does a good job of making me want to know more about who this guy is. Is he 49 years-old? Does he just have one big eye in his forehead? I guess we'll have to pay to find out. As trite as the subject matter could be, I'm hopeful that with this cast, Trust will stand the test of time better than other Internet-based thrillers such as The Net and Disclosure. The real wildcard here is David Schwimmer, who directs. His only other feature work was Run, Fatboy, Run, which didn't exactly wow audiences with its deft direction, but the trailer seems to be cohesive (and cryptic) enough that audiences will want to pull at this thread. My guesses for who the online predator is (in descending order of likelihood): Channing Tatum Marcel, the monkey from "Friends" Clint Howard


'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' Trailer Has Multiple Harry Potters

It's a great day to be a Harry Potter fan (and a bad day if you don't give a damn). The new trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 has hit the Internet, and it's nothing short of amazing (I guess). The clip features lots of cool special effects including dragons, multiple versions of Harry, and a jive talking alien Warlock named Deltron McWizzard. Ok, I made the last part up because I don't know what I'm talking about. But you don't need me. Just watch the damn thing for yourself. It looks pretty cool. Watch the new Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 trailer after the jump... Other Festive Junk You Might Like 20 Movie Villain Pumpkin Carvings Dogs in Star Wars Costumes