Where is Piranha 3D filmed?
Lake Havasu City
‘Piranha 3D’: 10 reasons to visit the film’s stunningly beautiful (and NOT killer-fish-infested) location of Lake Havasu City. While the cast and crew of Piranha 3D were filming their gorefest in Arizona’s Lake Havasu City last summer, the production was an undoubted boon to the local economy.
How much did it cost to make Piranha 3D?
24 million USDPiranha 3D / Budget
How many Piranha 3D movies are there?
Where does piranha live?
Piranhas range from northern Argentina to Colombia, but they are most diverse in the Amazon River, where 20 different species are found. The most infamous is the red-bellied piranha (Pygocentrus nattereri), with the strongest jaws and sharpest teeth of all.
Who made Piranha 3D?
McQueen, Christopher Lloyd and Richard Dreyfuss. A sequel, Piranha 3DD, was released in 2012….Piranha 3D.
|Directed by||Alexandre Aja|
|Written by||Pete Goldfinger Josh Stolberg|
|Based on||Piranha by John Sayles|
|Produced by||Alexandre Aja Mark Canton Marc Toberoff Grégory Levasseur|
Where is Lake Victoria in the movie Piranha?
Now about those piranhas … One of the worst kept secrets in the southwest is that the 45-mile long Lake Havasu is a stand-in for fictitious Lake Victoria, scene of assorted mayhem in the new horror flick, Piranha 3D which premieres nationwide on August 20.
Will there be a Piranha 3D 2?
However, the duo was cut out from working on Piranha 3DD by Bob and Harvey Weinstein because their plans for the sequel were deemed too expensive, whereas the Weinsteins desired to make a low-budget sequel.
Who eats piranha?
Piranhas’ natural predators include crocodiles, Amazon river dolphins (botos), and herons. With the decline of these predators, piranha populations are increasing in certain rivers. Humans also hunt piranhas for their meat and for the pet trade. It is legal to have piranhas as pets in some areas.
Are piranhas illegal?
California is one of the states where piranhas are illegal. You cannot legally keep a piranha in California. In fact, piranhas are not found in California, and the state has a history of the authorities finding and recapturing piranhas that have reportedly been wreaking havoc in the surroundings.