Tara Reid Believes a Sharknado "Actually Can Happen" in Real Life

Jul 28 2014, 7:23am CDT | by , in News | Latest Movie News

Tara Reid Believes a Sharknado "Actually Can Happen" in Real Life
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The franchise star Tara Reid says there may be some kernel of truth in the movies

While watching any of the Sharknado movies, did we ever think that they might hold a slight possibility of being nonfiction? Certainly not. But this is where things have started to get interesting and it is a moment for those who enjoy diving into their fantasies as the franchise star Tara Reid thinks that these movies are maybe holding a little kernel of truth in them. While talking to GQ recently, the American Pie actress said that no matter how distant this is, but there is a possibility that a sharknado might happen. For all those who haven’t watched the movies, a sharknado is a waterspout of shark-infested seawater.

"You know, it actually can happen," she said. "I mean, the chances of it happening are very rare, but it can happen actually. Which is crazy. Not that it—the chances of it are, like, you know, it's like probably 'pigs could fly.' Like, I don't think pigs could fly, but actually sharks could be stuck in tornados. There could be a sharknado."

The interesting bit here is that the cast of the Sharknado 2 have come with some ideas which answer the querries relating to what one might do if they find themselves in such a catastrophe. The franchise hero, Ian Ziering, said that "Get yourself the biggest, badass chainsaw you can find and hope for the best.” Mark McGrath on the other hand suggested that "You have to stay calm, okay? Because everybody else is freaking out," he advised GQ. "And you have to be good friends with Ian Ziering. If you're part of Ian's group, you got a 50/50 chance of survival."

source: usmagazine

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