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    Thanks to Indiegogo, You Can Produce a Scene in 'Sharknado 2'

    Producers created an Indiegogo page today to try to raise funds for a scene they say they'll only make if fans want it.

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    Why Syfy is Embracing Transmedia With Its New Series While Chiller Looks to Indie Directors For Its Horror Originals

    Dave Howe, the head of Syfy and the recently launched horror channel Chiller, talks making shows people want to "live, eat and breathe," the continuing appeal of "Battlestar Galactica" and why they like to work with indie filmmakers.

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    See Sharks Invade the Skies on the Big Screen: Syfy's 'Sharknado' Will Screen In Theaters August 2nd

    Although the flurry of media attention it received didn't exactly end up translating to stellar ratings, the Syfy original movie "Sharknado" has managed to garner an impressive amount of success since premiering on the network on July 11, with a sequel quickly being greenlit. Another interesting dev...

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    Tumblr Hacked, Wikileaks Trailer and Sharknado Crowdsources: 5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (And Film Fans) Need to Read

    Google is exploring the idea of creating an internet TV service, Netflix dominates Emmy buzz, and other tech stories you need to read.

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    'Sharknado 2' Gets the Go-Ahead From SyFy, And The Network Wants Twitter to Come Up With a Title

    SyFy announced today it'll be producing a sequel to "Sharknado" set in New York, but that's not the most exciting news of the day. The network known for the most bizarre original programming also announced a Twitter contest to come up with a subtitle for the film.

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    All We Can Talk About Is 'Sharknado,' So Why Can't We Watch It NOW?

    "Sharknado" is all over the entertainment news today. Time Magazine writer James Poniewozik took a break from his vacation to write a review of the made-for-TV flick, calling it "genius" and "exquisitely ridiculous."

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    The Twitter Success of Syfy's 'Sharknado' Isn't Translating to Huge Ratings

    The so-bad-it's-great "mockbuster" "Sharknado," which as promised by its delightful title is about a tornado filled with sharks that ravages Los Angeles (something we weren't warned about in "An Inconvenient Truth"), became a huge hit on Twitter as it premiered on Syfy last night.

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    Watch: Tara Reid Shoots Sharks Out of the Sky in the Trailer for the SyFy True Story 'Sharknado'

    Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, the water has become a tornado, and that tornado is filled with sharks. Following up fan favorites like "Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus," "Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus," and "Mega Python vs. Gatoroid," low budget film studio The Asylum is bringi...

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