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"We're going to need a bigger chopper!"
That's a line from Syfy's upcoming original movie, Sharknado. That's right, it's a movie about sharks and tornadoes!
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The film, which stars Tara Reid and Ian Ziering, sees super tornadoes suck sharks up from the ocean floor and hurl them at Los Angeles. Sounds like it's going to be raining great whites instead of cats and dogs! Check out the trailer for the movie, which premieres Thursday at 9/8c on Syfy:
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