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In a few months, viewers will be graced with the latest installment of everybody's favorite disaster franchise Sharknado. One of the Sharknado 3 stars, David Hasselhoff, was out promoting the film recently and made a few very funny and extremely blunt comments about the upcoming made-for-TV movie.
Hasselhoff shared many thoughts on Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! in his recent interview with HuffPost Live, and, not one to hold back, he delivered a few frank comments that pretty much summed up the sequel as nothing short of terrible. Here's what the actor had to say:
The first was the worst. The second one I think was even worse than the first. I am so honored to be in Sharknado 3.
He didn't stop there, though, as he went on to call the upcoming shark pic potentially “the worst movie you have ever seen.” While I can't help but agree, anybody who's seen the horror comedy films knows they are intentionally ridiculous, and have been popular because of that tone. The Hoff is clearly on board with the backwards nature of the film's marketing as well, as he doesn't bash the upcoming sequel in a negative manner, rather choosing to do so endearingly. He goes on express how fun it was to make the movie, saying the filmmakers had a “great sense of humor,” while assuring fans that “everybody's in on the joke.” We're thinking maybe the serious nature and killer CGI effects of the second film must have created a bit of a confusion for viewers. Thank you David Hasselhoff for clearing things up.
We first learned Sharknado 3 was happening when it was announced last April, months prior to the premiere of Sharknado 2. With the first film set in Los Angeles and the second bombarding New York City, we were happy to learn late last year that this upcoming third installment will take place in multiple locations including Washington DC and Orlando, FL. But we're not limited to those locations as Syfy promises destruction across the “Feast Coast.” While we're not certain where the film will take us, rest assured we'll get a heavy dose of the franchise's ridiculous CGI effects and potentially a few more chainsaw moments.
Hopefully we'll be lucky enough to get another entire week full of shark mania like last year's Sharknado Week. Sharknado 3 stars Tara Reid, Frankie Muniz, Bo Derek, Mark Cuban, Rick Fox, Ryan Newman, Ian Ziering and the above-mentioned David Hasselhoff among others. That's one heck of a cast! The epic disaster pic was written by Thunder Levin and directed by Anthony C. Ferrante and premieres on Syfy on July 22.