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.

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'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.


‘Ironclad’ Trailer Is Better Than The Last One, Still Not 'Good'

This was the second attempt at a trailer for Ironclad, the first since Paul Giamatti joined the cast, and it still doesn't look all that sharp. If you waited patiently for Kevin Sorbo to appear at some point, I'm sorry you were disappointed. This was the second attempt at a trailer for Ironclad, the first since Paul Giamatti joined the cast, and it still doesn't look all that sharp. Sadly, the first trailer has been removed by user (smart move on their part), but you can see Screen Junkie's impressions of it right here. It resembles a copy of a copy of a copy of Braveheart, which is to say, again, not sharp. Despite a very strong cast (Brian Cox, Jason Flyming, Mackenzie Crook), it seems as though they will be jockeying for attention against falling buildings and catapults. Also, the color settings seem to make the whole thing look like porn (or anything on the BBC), so that's not going to do much to sell audiences on the production values. So, enjoy Catapults, Swords, and Paul Giamatti. (Vulture)


'Game Of Thrones' Spinoff 'One And A Half Men'

If you thought 'Two and a Half Men' was funny...what the hell is wrong with you? Game of Thrones is a good show, but I'm comfortable speaking for absolutely everyone when I say that it could stand to be a lot more like Two and a Half Men. Fortunately, some dude with a lot of free time and editing software agrees with me, because there now exists a fake trailer for One and a Half Men, a Game of Thrones parody following the adventures and friendship of Tyrion and Bronn as they go around killing people and...killing people. So wonder what might have been had the characters in Game of Thrones decided to lighten up for five seconds and enjoy the simpler things, like friendship, and having a dude around that kills people for your on command.


Extra! Extra! 'Page One' Trailer Now Online!

An inside look at the world's most prestigious newspaper feels a bit like a middle school field trip. Page One: Inside the New York Times delivers exactly what it promises: a look inside The New York Times. The operations of the world's most iconic newspaper may make for an interesting story, but if the trailer is any indication, perhaps not the most interesting movie. The trailer introduces a cast of characters in typical "Real World" fashion. The upstart, the salty veteran, etc, but its difficult to tell what the central theme of the film is. Is it the death of print journalism? Is it Wikileaks? Or is it a combination of these things? Judging by the two-and-a-half minute clip, it looks like this film might be more informative than entertaining, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, unless you're trying to make as much money as possible, which I'm sure Mark Cuban and Magnolia Pictures are.