Produce a Scene in SHARKNADO 2!

Monday, April 21st, 2014 @ 2:14 pm | Headline, News, Other, Releases, VIP

Yes, that’s right – you can help fund a special fan-made scene in the hottest sequel of 2014. We’ve partnered with Indiegogo, a crowdfunding platform, to bring fans into the movie. Check it out!


Join us!

Join us!

From the campaign:

The production team has come up with the idea to crowd fund a brand-new bonus scene, just for our fans. You guys made SHARKNADO the most culturally relevant film of last year. Now we want you to be able to say that this time, you actually had a hand in making the film. You’re welcome!

We don’t want to give away too much, but here’s what I can tell you: there will be sharks, chainsaws, and chainsaws being used in the vicinity of sharks.

We need $50,000 dollars to give this scene the treatment it deserves. Your money will go toward everything we need to make the scene work.

And, because we feel kind of bad about all the CGI sharks we’ve obliterated in our oeuvre, we’re also donating 10% of the proceeds from this campaign to the RJ Dunlap Marine Conservation Program at the University of Miami, which works tirelessly to save real live sharks in trouble!

Head over to the campaign page to learn more!

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    2 Responses to “Produce a Scene in SHARKNADO 2!”

    1. A human being Says:

      Look, Asylum, I know you think you’re “the hottest studio out there,” which you’re not, and I know you probably think this is a pretty creative movie. Well, it might be good if presented as a satirical comedy, but slapping sharks and tornadoes together and calling it an action film? Really??? Asylum, if you honestly want to get real money & make it to actual frickin’ theaters, then hire a talented director, get an actual script, and work for five months get a polished piece of fiction. That’s how you make a movie, people. And if you want to keep leaching off of other studio’s ideas, then fine, dammit, but remember this: you will always be known as the worst studio ever.

    2. Matthew Mosley Says:

      Will you guys be making THE LEAGUE OF JUSTICE in time for THE JUSTICE LEAGUE release in 2017? :-)

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