Released in 2010, Piranha 3D was the second remake of the original 1978 film Piranha. The 2010 remake featured loads of gore, violence, and partial nudity, all in eye-popping 3D effects. (So much gore, in fact, that the film is said to have used 75,000 gallons of fake blood per day of filming.) Directed by Alexandre Aja, Piranha 3D grossed over $83 million worldwide and was well received by critics.
Now the horror world is buzzing with talk of the next sequel in the series, Piranha 3DD. That’s right 3DD! Why the addition of a second D, you ask? Well, I could tell you why, or you could watch the trailer for yourself and figure it out:
My favorite part is the water-certified strippers. Hilarious. Anyway, here’s the plot breakdown:
There’s something in the water again. And this time no one is safe from the flesh-eating fish as they sink their razor sharp teeth into the visitors of the best summer attraction, The Big Wet Water Park.
The release date has yet to be released, so keep an eye out for future updates.