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Sharktopus Angered at Syfy’s No-Show to Honorary Picnic

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Sharktopus reportedly invited Syfy to a picnic Thursday evening, but found himself stranded on the beach. In an exclusive interview, Sharktopus stated, “I’m a movie star, not a whale, and they can’t just ignore me. I know what’s really going on.”

The movie Sharktopus is scheduled to air on September 25th, and he’s been trying to get his tentacles on a copy before it hits TV. “There’s something fishy about this,” he stated about Syfy’s unwillingness to let Sharktopus see footage of the completed film.

Sharktopus says he was shocked when the trailer was released. He was under the impression that Syfy was filming a documentary from his perspective and felt the trailer portrayed him as a monster. “I like to eat people,” said the actor as his tentacles began to twitch, “what’s wrong with that?”

The interview ended abruptly when Sharktopus ate the camera intern.

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Written by sosnowy

September 3, 2010 at 9:14 AM

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  1. OMG, I think Sharktopus is channeling that-recently-in-the-news actress who keeps getting into trouble and ‘remaking’ herself *cough cough*

    I’ll have to check TMZ to see if there’s any news about this camera intern being devoured. 😉

    wraithfodder

    September 3, 2010 at 11:20 AM

  2. Poor intern. Is there insurance for that?

    Francesca Burke

    September 4, 2010 at 9:23 AM

  3. […] thought of tattoos were oceans away. But as the conspiracy between Sharktopus and Syfy deepened (see previous post here), he began to feel more rebellious.  Sharktopus tried to reason, “It’s not just the […]

  4. Cheetah Whores would like to thank Syfy for letting us get our tentacles all over the theme song.

    Cheetah Whores

    September 12, 2010 at 4:11 AM

  5. […] Sharktopus’ rights as a mutant creature. First he claimed that Syfy did not show for his honorary picnic. Second they ignored his protest and demand for mutant rights earlier this month, not even deigning […]


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