"Sharknado 2" is coming this summer, whether we want it to or not, and on Wednesday morning's
As anyone who saw any kind of media last summer is already aware, "Sharknado" was the
Naturally, a sequel is in order. And to avoid repeating themselves too much, members of the creative team behind the film, including original director Anthony C. Ferrente and writer Thunder Levin, have shifted the action east to
Enter: Matt Lauer and Al Roker.
The "Today" pair filmed two scenes in the show's 30 Rock studios on Tuesday and revealed the scenes on Wednesday.
In the first, Roker delivers a grim weather forecast. And in the second, conditions in the city appear to have deteriorated to the point where the "Today" guys have some kind of dangerous creature (likely a shark) pinned down on their desk.
Lauer attempted to tell viewers that the second scene was the climax of the entire film. Highly unlikely, but then again, stranger things have happened.