Piranha 3D 2


Despite being totally real, not at all fake, absolutely true found footage of a moon mission that ended in tragedy (or at least contained a lot of it), apparently Apollo 18 just isn’t marketable enough for The Weinstein Company. The movie was supposed to hit theaters later this month, but it’s been warp whistled to January of next year. Apparently there won’t be a big Oscar push. In other news, they’ve also moved Piranha 3DD 2: The Sequel from mid-September to Thanksgiving week, which is perfect, because I know how much grandma wants to check that one out.


Because audiences demand more boobs, blood, and biting of nether regions on screen, Dimension is answering the call and riding the wave of self-proclaimed success by announcing Piranha 3D 2. Producer Mark Canton excitedly proclaimed in the press release that he couldn’t “wait to get to work on the sequel.” It’s unclear right now whether Alexandre Aja will return as director, but whoever gets the job will hopefully be a newcomer that will, according to the film’s history, become the next James Cameron.

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published: 01.29.2015
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