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Ian Ziering Stays Mum About Tara Reid's Return To 'Sharknado'

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Ian Ziering (cinemafestival / Shutterstock.com)
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"Sharknado" recently took the world by storm, and it was such a massive success that producers are considering a "Sharknado 2" (we should be so lucky).

But while Ian Ziering has been asked to return for the next installment of sharks being whipped around in tornadoes and living to tell the tale, it's unclear whether Tara Reid will be invited back or not.

TMZ caught up with Ziering to see if he'd want Reid back, but instead of providing a solid endorsement, he ignores reporters' questions and quietly enters his vehicle.

You can watch the video here.

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"Sharknado," of course, took place in L.A. and we delved deep into what it got right about our city and what it got wrong. We also took a look at the egregious geographical leaps of faith we were asked to take in the filming of the movie.