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Posts Tagged ‘Ian Ziering’

Sharknado Sequel Will Be Set in New York City

Stop the cheesy presses. After tearing up an LA beach setting and social media, the instant upside-down classic Sharknado is bringing its act to Manhattan.

The good folks at Syfy Channel have confirmed there will be a New York-anchored sequel airing in 2014. The mind reels at the possibilities: a Donald Trump cameo; a Sinatra impersonator gobbled up in the middle of a warbling rendition of “My Way.” From The Hollywood Reporter:

Syfy also announced a Twitter contest to name the sequel. Fans will be able to tweet their sub-title to @SyfyMovies using #Sharknado. The network will select the best submission as the sequel’s sub-title.

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Ian Ziering to TMZ: ‘I’ve Got Two Front Row Seats for You!’

The press release headline is way too long. But today’s announcement that former Beverly Hills 90210 star Ian Ziering will be the June celebrity host in Vegas for the Rio Hotel & Casino’s Chippendales revue still earns our applause for the first few words of said headline: “Ian Ziering Changes Zip Codes…”

The PR folks at Michael Caprio Media Design could certainly have done more with the actor’s upcoming summer hang in the 89103. For example, this could have been a perfect opportunity to call back info about the zips of the filming location and school the fictitious 90210 one is based on. From

The exterior shots for West Beverly High were actually filmed at Torrance High School, almost twenty miles away. And ironically, since Beverly Hills High is situated in the city’s southern section, the school’s actual zip code isn’t even 90210 – it’s 90212.

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