Sharknado 3 Now Officially A Thing: Which Sports Stadiums Are In Danger This Time?
The SyFy Channel announced today that Sharknado 3 is officially coming in the summer of 2015, so begin planning your viewing parties now. As we know, the Mets' Citi Field was a primary location of Sharknado 2, which lent both gravitas and relevancy to the franchise, not to mention Richard Kind hitting a shark over the center field wall with a baseball bat.
But where will the Sharknado touch down this time?
Syfy announced today, via the B-movie franchise’s official Twitter account, that the as-yet-untitled Sharknado 3 would be devouring the “Feast Coast” — from Washington D.C. to Orlando, Florida. The network originally ordered the third installment to the series in April of this year, three months before Sharknado 2 made its TV debut.
That's right -- Washington D.C. to Orlando. Let's take a look at the storm's possible path on the map:
Possible sports venues where the Sharknado could touch down, with notes on how the locations could make for an awesome movie:
Florida Citrus Bowl. Sure it could touch down during a college bowl game. But the Citrus Bowl also plays host to Wrestlemania, and if the show's writers don't have the Sharknado slamming into pro wrestlers and have them fight, then I just don't know this movie franchise anymore.
Amway Center. Sharks break through roof and rain onto floor during Magic game. Could Marv Albert call the action? With his hairpiece blowing away? That would make me watch right there.
CFE Federal Credit Union Arena. Another fine choice, as this is the home of the Lingerie Football League's Orlando Fantasy. It's hard to describe the possibilities here. All I can picture is a SyFy Network executive pointing at a chart that reads 'Sharks + Boobs = $', and everyone in the room applauding.
Bank of America Stadium. Home of the Carolina Panthers. Cam Newton: "I am tired of these motherfuckin' sharks on this motherfuckin' field!"
Time Warner Cable Arena. The Sharks say that they'll be there sometime between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., so make sure that someone is home.
RFK Stadium. All I've really wanted out of life is for Daniel Snyder to have his guts ripped out by a flying shark. That's really not asking too much.
Nationals Park. Who was our greatest president, according to sharks? Probably the fastest one. Sadly, it's not Teddy.
Verizon Center. Alex Ovechkin vs. storm sharks? We'd be idiots not to film that!
Georgetown University. The Exorcist was filmed nearby. A good Exorcist-Sharknado crossover would make millions. Prince of Sharkness? Sharksorcist? Whichever -- it needs Linda Blair in it.
— DW Sin (@DW_Sin_) October 21, 2014
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