The Live-Tweeting of Sharknado 3 Was Almost as Fun as Sharknado 3
At this point, Twitter is practically a character in the film
SyFy’s continuing contribution to meteorology/shark biology/high camp premiered Wednesday night in the form of Sharknado 3.
And, as per usual, you really had to keep one eye on the shark-related mayhem and another eye on Twitter to get the full experience.
Here now are the best Tweets from the wonder known as Sharknado 3. You’re welcome.
First of all, if you haven’t seen James Lipton reciting the film’s tagline, “Oh, hell no,” here it is. Please enjoy.
Putting aside the fact this is now the third movie about sharks flying through the air, there was at least one element of the movie that stretched the imagination a little too far – at least for some.
Here is a topical Tweet that combines Sharknado 3 and politics.
It’s not always easy to live-Tweet a Sharknado film, but it is always worth it.
The sharks entering space led to some interesting cross-brand promotional pitches.
Is this the worst pun that came out of Twitter last night? Quite possibly.
Wait, no, this one is.
There was no way to make it through the film without someone invoking Left Shark.
It’s never too early for hyperbole on Twitter!
Twitter also apparently had a hand in whether Tara Reid’s character, April, would live or die.
Some people took umbrage with the film’s aggressive product placement.
If it helps, you can play “I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing” while you read these Tweets.
Just in time for campaign season