Sharknado 3 is just a few months away from making a splash on the Syfy channel, but it looks like one of the film’s stars, David Hasselhoff, might have revealed that a fourth one will be coming soon.
During an interview with HuffPost Live, Hasselhoff talked about his role in Sharknado 3, which he is calling “the worst movie you have ever seen.” But Hasselhoff did say that he had a blast working with everyone.
“I’ll tell you, I had so much fun making the movie. The people who make the movie have such a great sense of humor. Everybody’s in on the joke, and it is so much fun. I’m telling you this thing is gonna go on forever.”
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Hasselhoff will play the role of Gilbert Shepherd, the father of the series’ lead character, Fin (Ian Ziering). In addition to Ziering returning for Sharknado 3, Tara Reid will reprise her role as April. Along with Hasselhoff, the new additions to the Sharknado franchise are Ann Coulter, Mark Cuban, Michele Bachman, Bo Derek, and Jerry Springer. The film is officially titled Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, and it will air on July 22 at 9 p.m. ET.
After a fan-submitted a question about the experience of working on Sharknado 3, Hasselhoff seemed to have revealed what happens to his character at the end of the fourth film.
“The last shot of me is me on top of the moon [saluting]. I said [to the director], ‘Are you gonna kill me?’ And they said, ‘No, you’ll be in Sharknado 4.'”
So, even though Syfy has yet to announce if there will be any more films after Sharknado 3, this little bit of information from Hasselhoff does seem to indicate that more will be on the way. It wouldn’t be a surprise, since both of the Sharknado films have been huge successes for Syfy. The second film brought in 3.9 million viewers during its initial premiere last year, making it the most-watched TV movie for the network.
The Asylum, the studio that distributes the Sharknado films, is also giving fans a chance to be a part of an upcoming documentary about the making of the popular franchise. On its official website, the studio has opened up a contest for fans to submit a video of themselves doing one of three things. They can explain how they are “the biggest fan of Sharknado“; answer some questions about the film; or recreate a scene from the movie. For complete details, click here.
Would you be opposed to another Sharknado?
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