Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus Images Now Online

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010 @ 2:37 pm | Headline, News, Releases

Principal Photography on MEGA SHARK VS CROCOSAURUS has just wrapped and the first images from the film can be seen here.

The anxiously awaited sequel to MEGA SHARK VS GIANT OCTOPUS features Jaleel White (pictured) and Gary Stretch as a Navy scientist and a big game hunter who must set aside their differences to destroy the giant prehistoric creatures who are wreaking havoc on the Earth.

Robert Picardo and Asylum alum Sarah Lieving also star.

MEGA SHARK VS CROCOSAURUS will be released on December 21, 2010.

It’s our Christmas present to the world.

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    5 Responses to “Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus Images Now Online”

    1. inmate977 Says:

      awesome!!! can’t wait for the trailer, and, of course, the big day! xmas is coming early this year!

      COMMITTED – the asylum blog

    2. C.H. Says:

      Coolness. Something to look forward to.

      And since your dealing with a giant previously unknown(?) species of prehistoric croc, you COULD answer your critics with a little real world science.

      Some species of Croc do in fact live in salt water in case someone makes the point about a swamp dweller out in the open ocean (yes the Salt water croc) AND have been known to come up to the beaches in Florida via the ocean,(saw a pretty cool vid of one ‘body surfing’ waves onto the beach on tv a few years back) Also some scientist believe that crocs and gators at one point in time may have traveled across the oceans to get to new locations.

      Could even argue about having the shark go into a fresh water environment, if in fact it does in the film, since several species of shark can and do go in fresh water. Some Bull sharks have young in freshwater tributaries/rivers/streams and Tiger’s will go, well because they’re a-holes and just like to hunt anything. Most attacks seem to be from tigers.

      Some researchers believe the shark attacks back in 1916 off the coast of New Jersey and up and down the Matawan Creek in NJ were caused by a Tiger Shark. Some believe it was a rogue Great White since one WAS caught and killed on it’s way toward the shore. (WHY I know/remember this and WHY I put it up are mysteries that shall be forever unknown. Welcome to a peek into how my brain functions.)

      So, hey, actual facts can be used to defend your love of low budget film. OR you could just tell the h8trs that they’re over thinking it and to shut the F up.

      Either or works.

    3. Rick Says:

      Holy moly I didn’t recognize Urkel from the first few pics. Got high hopes for this one, don’t let me down.

    4. Daniel J. Roos Says:

      I’m not going to wait. I hereby officially name Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus the greatest film of all time.

      Over at our website we have a poll up as to who you’d like to see battling Mega Shark next. Currently, Mighty Minnow is # 3, The Incredible Mr. Limpet is # 2, and Betty White has a commanding lead.

    5. Larry Oso Says:

      Forget Uber Orca! Vote Betty White!

      Mega Shark vs. Betty White must happen!

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