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Tremors-5
Tremors 5: The Thunder from Down Under
Directed by S.S. Wilson
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MPAA Rating PG-13
Preceded by Tremors 4: The Legend Begins
Followed by Tremors
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Tremors 5: The Thunder from Down Under [1] was to be a new Tremors movie. It was going to be sequel to Tremors: The Series and Tremors 4: The Legend Begins. Michael Gross was going to reprise his role as Burt Gummer. Fred Ward was also going to reprise his role as Earl Bassett and Kevin Bacon had expressed interest in reprising his role as Val. S.S. Wilson would have been the director, Brent Maddock and Ron Underwood were going to be the producers Tremors 5 is straight-to-DVD-Release Wilson and Brent Maddock have a completed Tremors 5 script.[2]

PlotEdit

All that is known about the plot is Burt, Earl and Val are going to Australia, but the reason why is unknown, but is possibly to hunt Graboids, Shriekers and Ass Blasters. Tremors 5 was to feature Ass Blasters congregating in special geologic areas, each laying a single egg.[3]

CastEdit

Note: None of this cast is true anymore, despite the references. Stamepede Entertainment has confirmed that this movie is not filming.

Fred Ward Earl Bassett[4] (confirmed)
Michael Gross Burt Gummer[5] (confirmed)
Kevin Bacon Val McKee (confirmed)
Paul Hogan (rumored)[6] (rumored)

ProductionEdit

This is a direct quote from the Stampede Entertainment site:

"Yes, there was some brief, guarded interest in Tremors 5. Hollywood politics being what they are, we must be secretive about the players. We can say at present (October 2009) that Tremors 5 may not be completely dead. But it’s only un-dead, not alive. (And if it’s 2019 as you read this, and there has still been no Tremors 5, this answer is then “Yes, but it died again.”)""
—Stampede Entertainment[src]

Here's another quote from Stampede Entertainment's site:

"It was all about the Burt you know and love in a wild new adventure. The overkill was awesome."
—Stampede Entertainment[src]

It might be a plot spoiler for the film, but it is currently unknown what it means.

As of August 31, 2010, Stampede Entertainment confirmed that this movie is not in production, and they contacted IMDB to remove the IMDB page about it.[7]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Its Confirmed!-Shocktillyoudrop; 20 June, 2010
  2. S.S. Wilson, Brent Maddock and Ron Underwood are back- Horror-Movies.ca; 28 June, 2010
  3. about Tremors 5 Ass Blaster's Egg Laying Process revealed- Stampede Entertainment; 1 July, 2010
  4. Earl's back- Internet Movie Databse; 5 July, 2010
  5. Burt Gummer's back- Sherdog; 8 July, 2010
  6. Paul Hogan Rumored-Celebrifi.com; 12 July, 2010
  7. No new Tremors movie-Stampede-Entertainmment; 17 September, 2010



Tremors films
Tremors (1990) • Tremors 2: Aftershocks (1996) • Tremors: The Lost Episodes (1996) • Tremors 3: Back to Perfection (2001) • Tremors: The Series (2001) • Tremors 4: The Legend Begins (2003) • Tremors 5: The Thunder from Down Under (Cancelled) • Remake (TBA)
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