Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
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Continuity mistake: After Claudia leaves the ride without her cell phone it cuts to Fin driving his car into dense fog, and in the exterior shots the Toyota's front grille emblem as well as the license plate inexplicably vanish, and then reappear.

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Continuity mistake: When Fin is talking to Nova and Lucas after the fog, the cut on Nova's cheek changes sides from left to right many times throughout the scene.

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Continuity mistake: When Fin is driving towards the fog, in the interior shots of the car's dashboard the CD area changes, then reverts back.

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Trivia: After Fin receives the Presidential award he's introduced to "Mr. Benchley from The Post." Peter Benchley is the name of the author of 'Jaws' the novel, and Benchley also co-wrote the screenplay for 'Jaws' the film.

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Trivia: In this movie Lou Ferrigno's name is Banner. In the 70s, Ferrigno starred in the TV show 'The Incredible Hulk' as the muscular green character who morphs from the character Dr. Banner when he's angered. Note that when the sharks are dropping in Secret Service agent Banner, who's protecting the VP, says, "Don't make me angry."

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Trivia: After the shark attacks the lifeguard in the pool it cuts to Nova's RV, and while Nova and Fin are watching Matt Lauer and Al Roker, notice the two Archie comics lying beside the laptop. Sharknado's director Anthony C. Ferrante collaborated with Archie Comics artist Dan Parent, and created a comic book titled "Archie vs Sharknado." It was released on the same day as this movie.

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