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Tara Reid to Work in Sharknado 2

Jan 31 2014, 1:03pm CST | by , in News | Other Stuff

Tara Reid Reunites with Ian Ziering for Sharknado 2
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Tara Reid is going to reunite with Ian Ziering. The much-awaited sequel to the acclaimed Sharknado, known as Sharknado 2: The Second One is ready to set the silver screen on fire. It will star Ian Ziering and Tara Reid as the protagonists. New York City is beset by a shark-infested tornado in the movie.

Ian Ziering and Tara Reid will return to play their respective roles in the sequel to Sharknado. Its name “Sharknado 2: The Second One” was chosen after much debate on Twitter. The first movie had also generated many memes and badinage on the Internet. 

Due to come out in 2014, the sequel has the two stars represented by their screen names: Fin and April. They are shark bait and they are ready to battle the sharks that invade the Big Apple. The tools used to fight the flying monsters include chainsaws, weed-killers and TNT. 


After some deliberation regarding the hiring of a new cast of stars for the sequel, SyFy finally decided to take on Ian Ziering and Tara Reid and the old list of actors. 

Sharknado 2 shooting is planned to begin in mid-February. And SyFy will show the final cut picture some time in July. All action thriller fans are waiting for this movie to come out. 

It is all thriller and no filler. Like its original source of inspiration, Jaws which came out so long ago, Sharknado 2: The Second One will raise some hormones by the horror and terror it will inspire in the audience.      

Source: NYDailyNews

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