First Image from SHARK NIGHT 3D

     April 15, 2011


Relativity Media has sent over the first image from Shark Night 3D, and it’s pretty much what you’d expect from a movie called Shark Night 3D: it features a good-looking girl, in a bikini, trapped in a shark cage, staring at a shark. Capitalizing on the success of Piranha 3D, this film is directed by Snakes on a Plane helmer David R. Ellis and centers on a group of college students who just want to spend a fun weekend partying at a lakehouse, but instead end up tormented by sharks. In freshwater.

The cast includes Sara Paxton (Last House on the Left), Dustin Milligan (Slither), Chris Carmack (TV’s The O.C.), Joel David Moore (Avatar) and Katharine McPhee (The House Bunny). Hit the jump to check out the image. Shark Night 3D hits theaters on September 2nd, 2011.

Here’s the image:


  • baldowl

    Oh my God. That’s like a giant version of the little rubber toy shark my parents bought for me when we went to Daytona Beach when I was a kid. I almost didn’t recognize it because there aren’t Mr. Bubble bubbles in that water.

  • Liam

    I don’t think they are going for realism any more than Piranha was. Good old fashion monster movie fun in 3D. I’ll totally go see it and enjoy it as much as I did Piranha.

  • Muertos

    Is that shot from an ocean scene? Cause that looks like a great white. Only bull sharks inhabit fresh water.

    • Excpired

      Meurtos, the point is that these sharks somehow are inhabiting fresh water, kind of like the Pirahnas.

      Stupid yes, but w/e.

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  • Kibbles n Bits

    Is it just me, or is there a giant @ss exit from the cage to her left? And yet, she’s still pinned up against the bars… What’s she doing in a cage without proper scuba equipment anyway?

  • Alex-mansy

    I’m surprised there hasn’t been that many shark movies. Perhaps it’s the technical difficulties of shooting underwater. But last significant shark film was great, Deep Blue Sea.

    And sharks are genuinely some of the most terrifying animals on earth, with their beady eyes with no emotion, reptilian brain and instincts and ugly mouth full of teeth.

  • NAZGUL70

    So friggin’ done with this 3-D trend. Works good on the 3-D HDTV but sucks to all hell in the theatre. It was cool back in the 70′s & 80′s when they wrote 3-D gags specifically for the 3-D but these days it has no significance and doesn’t relate to the movie it accompanies. Now The Hobbit will be in 3-D as well which is the biggest disappointment. Don’t want to hear about how there will be a 2-D version either because the 2-D versions always get the crappiest screen with the worst sound in the moviehouse. As for the killer shark movie, it should be fun on some kind of scale. Love the horror.