And You Thought Sharknado Was Wild: See Tara Reid in Mosquitonado!

Not that Sharknado really needs a parody, but here’s a faux movie trailer that pokes fun at the kitschy franchise – Mosquitonado.

Watch the Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! Trailer (You Know You Want to)

Oh, hell yes!

The teaser trailer for the sequel you know you secretly wanted is out, and it’s sharktastic, sharkalicious and sharking good fun.

The Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! teaser points out that the biggest blockbusters come in threes – which means that this biting comedy now joins the ranks of The Lord of the Rings, The Dark Knight and The Godfather.

Bikini-Clad Tara Reid Splashes in the Waves in New Vacation Photos

Tara Reid is giving us major vacation envy.

The 39-year-old actress has teased her 160,000 Instagram followers in recent days with several beachy, sun-filled photos from a trip with a group of pals in Cabo, Mexico.

PHOTO: Tara Reid Defends Her Weight After Sharing Skinny Bikini Shot

Tara Reid is responding to the critics who are calling her too thin.

The actress, 39, received negative comments after posting a photo of herself in a revealing bikini on Instagram over the Thanksgiving weekend.

The picture – captioned “Visiting my parents house in Palm Springs for thanksgiving before the turkey” – prompted commenters to call her “anorexic,” “sick,” and “#soskinny.”

The Best Twitter Reactions to Sharknado 2: The Second One

It doesn’t really matter what else happened in the world Wednesday night, because the premiere of Sharknado 2: The Second One took place.

The so-bad-it’s-good SyFy Original returned to showcase airborne sharks imperiling Ian Ziering, Tara Reid and a small army of celebs in cameo roles.

Sharknado 2: The Second One is officially the channel’s most watched Original: 3.9 million viewers tuned in Wednesday night for the mayhem.

Ian Ziering: I Never Thought Sharknado Would Come Out

While fans gear up for Sharknado 2: The Second One, Ian Ziering says he’s still surprised that the original film became such a hit in the first place.

“Like everyone else out there that’s seen Sharknado, I didn’t think it was the greatest movie ever,” a candid Ziering tells PEOPLE. “But what I was so scared of – people have embraced.”

Sharknado 2 Takes a Bite Out of the Big Apple

After enduring several major snowstorms this winter, New York City is now facing a new severe weather alert – a hail of man-eating sharks!

Sharknado 2: The Second One shot on location in Times Square, and its star, Ian Ziering, treated onlookers Monday to a glimpse of his celebrated chainsaw skills. (In the first TV movie, Ziering, 49, memorably sawed himself out of a shark’s belly.)

The Hungover Games Is Real, and It's Coming to Theaters in 2014

By now, you’ve probably seen The Hunger Games parodied by cats and Sesame Street. You may have enjoyed these short clips, or you may have sat there and thought to yourself, “I wish this had Bruce Jenner in it.” Well if you’re the latter, it’s time to get excited.

Tara Reid Wants to See Script Before Committing to Sharknado Sequel

Tara Reid is more than welcome to take a bite out of the Sharknado sequel.

Despite a report stating otherwise, the buzzed-about SyFy flick’s producer David Latt tells The Hollywood Reporter, “Tara is invited back.”

Sharknado Trends on Twitter, But Not So Much on TV

Sharknado-mania swept social media Thursday night, but outside of the Twitterverse it looks like most people chose not to take the sharkbait.

Recently released Nielsen ratings show that only about 1.4 million people watched SyFy’s shlock masterpiece, which “realistically” (cough, cough) features man-eating sharks attacking unsuspecting Los Angeles residents after getting blown to shore by an epic storm.

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