Sharknado 2 Goes All Climate Changey

How perfect: a beyond suspension of belief fake movie about a fake issue

(LA Times) The director and some cast members of “Sharknado 2: The Second One” appeared on stage in a Pasadena hotel on Tuesday to preview the upcoming airborne shark sequel and touched on a very serious topic: climate change.

Whoever could have predicted that Ian Ziering taking on flying sharks with a chain saw would give Al Gore a run for his cinematic money?

Costar Judah Friedlander, the guy who always wore trucker caps on “30 Rock,” plays a childhood friend of Ziering’s character and proclaimed the film about a weather phenomenon involving flying sharks “the most important ever made about climate change.”

To be clear, he was talking about “Sharknado 2,” not “An Inconvenient Truth.”

Sharknado had a brief mention of “climate change”, this one looks to make it a big deal. It’ll premier on July 31st at 9pm. It’ll be interesting to see how they blame the snow (it was cold and snowy during filming) on “climate change”…or, it would if I had plans to watch it. The first one, like most SciFy originals, was a really, really bad movie.

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