The dancing pro said the ‘90210’ alumni made her want to ‘slash her wrists’.
Cheryl Burke has been helping celebrities learn to foxtrot and tango on ‘Dancing With The Stars’ for 18 seasons now, but there’s one name she’d rather forget, actor Ian Ziering. During an appearance on the ‘Allegedly’ podcast, Burke didn't hold back when asked to name her least favourite partner, singling out the ‘90210’ star.
Cheryl Burke did not enjoy being partnered with Ian Ziering on 'DWTS'.
"My least favorite [partner] would be Ian Ziering," Burke confessed (via TMZ). "The fact that his name is not EE-AN and it's EYE-AN makes me want to throw up.” Hosts Matt Weiss and Theo Von then admitted that they weren’t too fond of the actor’s behaviour during his time on ‘Celebrity Apprentice’, but Burke says that was Ziering’s true self.
The cult TV movie is paying homage to ‘Star Wars’ for its fourth instalment.
It's been revealed that the fourth instalment of the Sharknado franchise will pay homage to Star Wars with its title, Sharknado: The 4th Awakens. Syfy have also just announced that the TV movie will premiere on Sunday, July 31 at 8 p.m. on the cable network.
Tara Reid will be back for Sharknado 4.
The latest film in the franchise will be set five years after the East Coast was torn apart in last summer’s Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No. Ian Ziering will return as Fin, who has spent the past five years living happily shark free. But now the sharks and tornados are back and turning up in unexpected places.
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We’re expecting plenty of boardroom drama this season…
Donald Trump has revealed the latest crop of famous faces hoping to avoid a firing on this season’s ‘Celebrity Apprentice’. Trump had previously said that he'd "never had a cast that hated each other more than this cast,” which of course means drama, drama, drama. So who are the unlucky 16 stepping into the boardroom this season?
Who will Donald Trump be firing this season?
First up is reality TV veteran Kate Gosselin (remember her?), who first came to notoriety with the series ‘Jon & Kate Plus 8’. Now divorced from Jon, Kate has also appeared on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ and ‘Celebrity Wife Swap’.
The stars of Marvel comedy action flick 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' were warmly welcomed on their arrival at the New York premiere; among them were main star Chris Pratt and his co-stars Zoe Saldana and Vin Diesel, who play Peter Quill, Gamora and Groot respectively.
Sharknado 2 has fast become Twitter's favourite thing.
Today in “how is this even happening” news, Sharknado 2 made a killing with its ratings. Ha. Get it? A killing? Well, it’s making a moderate, relative to other SyFy original movies, killing. In related news, the subsequent Tweetnado broke records set by the likes of Kimye and Miley Cyrus.
The movie premiered on Wednesday night to the best ratings SyFy has seen. Ever. Sharknado 2: The Second One attracted 3.9 million total viewers and 1.6 million adults age 18-49, averaging 1.8 million adults age 25-54. That's nearly three times the ratings the original Sharknado movie earned.
Continue reading: "Sharknado 2: The Second One" Causes Full-Scale Tweetnado
File under: unnecessary sequels.
As unfortunate as the idea of Sharknado 2 sounds, it’s happening. Let that sink in for a second: someone wrote, filmed and edited a sequel to 2013’s lamest B-movie. Sharknado: The Second One was reportedly filmed in just 18 days for less than $2 million and premiers Wednesday. The “natural” disaster hits New York this time. The good news: someone at Asylum and/or SyFy obviously realized the only selling point of the original was its ridiculousness, so this time they’ve amped it up.
Sharknado 2: The Second One (the name really tells you everything you need to know) features chainsaws, Ian Ziering delivering inspiring speeches and sharks, sharks everywhere. The CGI team have really taken their job above and beyond, in quantity, if not quality. As Tara Reid put it in a recent interview with USA Today: "The sharks could go anywhere from inside hospitals to the Mets stadium to subways, to the street, to you name it, a shark could be there. The Empire State Building."
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Tara Reid and Ian Ziering onboard for Sharknado 2: The Second One.
Sharknado 2: The Second Oneis well and truly underway with stars Tara Reid and Ian Ziering now signing on for the sequel, set to be shown this April. Syfy wasted no time last July announcing plans for the sequel when the TV movie became the most talked about television event of the summer.
Stars Ian Ziering and Tara Reid will return for Sharknado sequel.
After a the original announcement of a sequel fans took to Twitter in their thousands to suggest potential titles, with producers eventually deciding on the not so creative Sharknado 2: The Second One. Sharknado told the story of April (Tara Reid) and Finn (Ian Ziering) who are the only people able to save New York after a freak weather system floods the city with shark infested water. The TV movie became an unlikely hit thanks in part to social media, though it dividing opinion with some calling it the 'worst movie ever'.
"Fans" tweeted in their thousands to suggest a suitable title for the Sharknado sequel. What could producers possibly have gone for?
It's Shark Week ladies and gents and what better way to celebrate than unveil the announcement of the movie title we've all been waiting for. Sharknado, the film that visualised the inconceivable horror of sharks, AKA the shredders of the sea, taking to air and land as a hurricane rages through a waterlogged Los Angeles, will be reincarnated in a sequel.
Starring shark defenders Tara Reid and Ian Ziering, Sharknado saw sharks blasted in their droves out of drains, they flew in their gnashing swarms through the stormy air and swam craftily through the underwater streets of LA with one thing on their mind. Blood...and reviews so bad the acid burned through the words. The internet's reaction ranged from "woah, sharks!" to nervous disparagement that was thinly veiled behind the "LOLZ." However, one chilling question gripped everyone's minds. Could there possibly be...more sharks?
Continue reading: Sharknado Sequel: A Title Is Chosen, More Sharks Are Coming
Sharknado will step onto the global market entire weeks before it was supposed to.
Sharknado – much like it’s main subjects, it’s the film that won’t go away and just keeps coming stronger every time and flooding international markets with... sharks, raining from the sky. Ok, the metaphor got away from us there, but the main point stands. Not only is Sharknado getting an international release, but NBCUniversal are pushing it forward a bit to take advantage of the social media buzz surrounding the film. It makes perfect sense, considering that once said buzz dies down, so will the chances of anyone actually paying to see this.
Meanwhile, Sharknado 2 is already a go, with Tara Reid commenting that she would like to act in the second one.
Sharknado, which already has a sequel in the works, is seeing its Australian TV debut to Friday night local time, with the U.K. set to follow on Aug. 7 instead of the originally planned September airing, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The SyFy channel doesn’t have a corresponding network in Australia, but Universal airs all SyFy originals on the Universal General channel.
A sequel to the cable disaster movie Sharknado - about a tornado which triggers man-eating fish to take down the residents of Los Angeles - has been confirmed by Asylum Films. Premiering on the Syfy network on July 10, the movie reeled in just 1.3 million viewers though Sharknado was mentioned 5,000 times on Twitter during the broadcast alone.
The production company have cottoned onto the fact that people on Twitter like to watch people chainsawing out of Shark's mouths - they like to talk about how bad it is, but they're talking about it nonetheless.
"Every once in a while, there is a perfect storm - on television. The fans are clamouring for a sequel. Or perhaps it will be a prequel. What we can guarantee is that Sharknado 2 will be lots of fun. We'll be announcing more details very soon. But we didn't want our fans to worry they wouldn't get their fill of more shark fin, I mean, fun next year," said Syfy's Thomas Vitale.
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'Sharknado' will have a sequel, SyFy producers announced today (17th July). The film is due to be released in 2014 and SyFy have requested viewers Tweet their ideas for a possible title.
A sequel to SyFy's Sharknado has been given the go-ahead by the network's producers. Sharknado aired on SyFy last Thursday (11th July). It was hugely popular attracting an audience of 1.4 million and received thousands of Twitter comments.
Ian Ziering at 'Veronic Voices', an event held at Jubilee Theater, Las Vegas.
Advertisements for the TV movie simply read: 'Sharknado - Enough Said'. Producers have asked viewers to Tweet in their suggestions for a Sharknado sequel title. As the film will be set in New York (the first was set in L.A.), two suggestions have been 'Sharknado 2: Sharks And The City' or 'Sharknado 2: Taking A Bite Out Of The Big Apple'
Continue reading: Sharknado Fans Are "Clamouring For A Sequel" And SyFy Will Oblige
This movie... they like it. Another!
The forecast for 2014 is looking rather toothy, after the news broke out that the SyFy channel has greenlit another Sharknado. Yes, apparently the first one was such a monster (ha!) hit, that the good people of SyFy see enough potential for a sequel. We see how that could be, after all, the story of a tornado, raining sharks down on earth is a complex, nuanced one that clearly needs more than one movie to be told, preferably a trilogy.
Apparently, in the company’s eyes, Sharknado is literally so bad it’s good. While the questionable project doesn’t even have a script yet, the good people over at SyFy were apparently so impressed with the social media tornado that the first one stirred up, that they immediately started gearing up for a second one.
Continue reading: SyFy Approves "Sharknado" Sequel. What's Next?
Tara Reid, following the Twitter fuelled success of SyFy's 'Sharknado', has said she would be happy to reprise her role in a sequel of the TV disaster movie.
Tara Reid has announced she wouldn't reject the idea of featuring in a sequel of the film. She said in an interview aired after the Sharknado's premiere on Thursday: "why not?" She went on to say the film is "so funny it's almost like a cult classic".
Tara Reid at the premiere of Fast And The Furious 6 in L.A.
Sharknado attracted an audience of 1.4 million viewers who tuned into SyFy on Thursday 11th July. The film does exactly what it says on the tin: with Sharks being swept up by a tornado and dropped on Los Angeles.
Continue reading: Tara Reid Would Be Happy To Star In 'Sharknado 2'
'Beverly Hills, 90210' actor Ian Ziering takes his wife Erin and his 17-month-old daughter Mia Loren to Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch in Los Angeles. They pose together for a friend's camera amongst a pile of pumpkins before selecting one of the orange vegetables to take home.
Ian Ziering Saturday 20th September 2008 Entertainment Weekly's 6th Annual Pre-Emmy Celebration honouring The 2008 Emmy Nominees at The Beverly Hills Post Office Los Angeles, California
The story, very loosely based on the exploits of female bounty hunter Domino Harvey (Keira Knightley), follows our heroine as she grows dissatisfied with her socialite upbringing and embraces the darker side of law enforcement. Her mentor on this journey is legendary bounty hunter Ed Mosbey (Mickey Rourke), assisted by pseudo-comic relief Choco (Edgar Ramirez). That she meets these gentlemen as they try to scam hundreds of dollars off of would-be bounty hunters (including herself) doesn't dissuade her from trusting them with her new life.
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