Tara Reid was suing the producers of her most successful project since the 90s, Sharknado, because she was mad about how they were using her likeness. She was asking them for over $100 million of damages for wrongly profiting of her image. I mean… someone should. But now that’s over, as Tara has dropped the lawsuit completely.
Because all actions have an equal and opposite reaction, Avengers: End Game–with all of its stars and high-budget action and three-hour plot and huge excitement and buzz surrounding it–has seemed to have created a vortex of negative energy which has been filled by this announcement. DMX, Tara Reid, Michael Madsen and Jake Busey are going to be in a movie together. I mean… I wonder if it will be called Assvengers: These People Still Do Things?
Picture it. Las Vegas, 2018. Tara Reid, halter top askew and her little dog peeking mournfully out of her shoulder bag, is sort of leaning to one side at the craps table. And over yonder in the distance, she spots something. It’s HER. “Ishat me?” she angrily scream. It is her. She’s emblazoned on the side of a giant Sharknado slot machine! And looking fresher than she’s looked in, well, since walking into the audition for The Big Lebowski in 1997? “I dint ok that! I’ll shue those bassards!” Tara screams. And promptly falls under the craps table. (Don’t worry, the little dog managed to leap to safety.)
It’s true. Tara’s suing the Sharknado franchise producers (Asylum Entertainment and SYFY Media Productions) for unlawfully using her image. And she’s suing for $100 million.
Tara Reid Claims She Wasn’t Kicked Off A Flight, She Left After They Wouldn’t Let Her Sit With Her Dog
Yesterday, TMZ reported that Tara Reid was kicked off of a Delta Airlines flight for acting like an entitled twat. Those reports are NOT TRUE, says Tara Reid! Despite the testimony of several eyewitnesses, and video evidence of the event, Tara claimed in an Extra interview (followed up with a lengthy Instagram message “to whom it may concern”), that she decided to pack up her little dog and bounce of her accord because they wouldn’t let Beso Reid, who is a registered emotional support dog, sit next to her on the flight. Tara also claimed that a flight attendant suggested she put Beso Reid in an overhead bin, like Kokito Robledo (RIP), the Frenchie who died after being put in an overhead bin. She then busted out a mouth harp and gave a stirring rendition of The Coasters’ 1959 hit “Charlie Brown”. Fee fee, fye fye, fo fo, fum, I smell smoke in the auditorium…
Tara Reid may not be able to book any acting jobs that don’t include co-starring with deadly CGI sharks, but she can still afford a commercial flight on Delta Airlines for some reason. Although I guess she can’t afford to act like a normal person, because even though she has a basic cable bank account, she has a Scarlett Johansson attitude.
The Sharknado films (I just did my charity work for the rest of the year by referring to Sharknado as a film) are an extra-salty mess that will fill your eyes with questionable-looking creatures and your ears with pure nonsense. Someone at Syfy should give Tara Reid a little coffee mug that reads “Most On Brand,” because today she gave a truly confusing mess of an interview with the Australian morning show Today Extra. I’m guessing that the viewers of Today Extra didn’t think Tara was going to take the title literally and start today off with an extra-messy interview.