The production group behind Sharknado is getting ready to release another crazy animal tale as Cocaine Bear succeeds in theatres.
The Asylum production firm has announced Attack of the Meth Gator will be released on screens in May, coinciding with the success of the most recent odd animal narrative, Cocaine Bear, which is based on a true occurrence that occurred in Georgia in 1985.
The film studio had to reassure fans that it was indeed coming out since the public was so convinced it was a prank.
Meth Gator is loosely based on a 2019 PSA from Tennessee police to not flush meth down the toilet, similar to Cocaine Bear, which is directed by Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks.
More as we get it.
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