Slightly different ‘Piranha 3DD’ trailer features a little more David Hasselhoff footage!

OK, so there is not a lot of new footage here. In fact, it is barely a few seconds of new footage, but the new footage does feature David Hasselhoff running and complaining about “getting old”.

A new ‘revised’ Piranha 3DD trailer has landed, with the makers clearly knowing that Hasselhoff is a sure fire selling bet. I am happy seeing this, but I would like to see more of Gary Busey as well. He has a small part in the trailer, and I really hope he has more in the film than just that brief shot in the trailer where he bites off the head of a vicious piranha. Anyway, enjoy the very slightly different trailer below.

Piranha 3DD is directed by John Gulager (Feast trilogy) and has been written by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton. The cast is very impressive indeed, with the gorgeous Katrina Bowden leading the way, and she will be joined by Danielle Panabaker, Chris Zylka, Gary Busey, David Hasselhoff and David Koechner. Ving Rhames and Christopher Lloyd will also be reprising their roles.

Piranha 3DD arrives in UK cinemas on 11th May. For all our previous stories, including some terrific trailers, click here.


“Horror sequel in which a species of violent prehistoric piranha continue to terrify a small town. The chaos unleashed in ‘Piranha’ (2010) by a group of the omnivorous fish, set free by an earthquake that split the floor of a lake, may only have been the beginning. The tests of marine biologist Carl Goodman (Christopher Lloyd) indicate that these fish were only adolescents, suggesting their parents would be even fiercer adversaries. When the piranha make their way into the town’s plumbing system, the terror spreads. Soon swimming pools and even the town’s brand new waterpark are infested by the bloodthirsty critters. Can the town’s residents, marshalled by survivor of the first movie Deputy Fallon (Ving Rhames), find a way to combat their sharp-teethed tormentors?”

By Matt Wavish

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A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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