Tara Reid and Robert LaSardo join the cast of MAYDAY 2!

Casting news today for the upcoming sequel, MAYDAY 2! Tara Reid (Sharknado, American Pie) and Robert LaSardo have been cast in the supernatural thriller. They join already cast Michael Paré and Costas Mandylor. Get more details on the film and the casting news below.

From The Press Release

The eagerly anticipated follow up to supernatural thriller Mayday was just announced September 17th and both Tara Reid and Robert LaSardo have officially been added to the film’s growing roster.

Reid and Lasardo will be joining stars Michael Paré, Costas Mandylor, Louis Mandylor, Bai Ling and Bishop Stevens. The original film, released in 2019, also paired director Cerchi with star Paré and opened to both critical and financial success.

The sequel, which now teams Cerchi with producers Sholom “Scotty” Gelt and Olivier Coscas is currently seeking additional funds on Indiegogo.

SYNOPSIS: Air Marshall Adam Anderson ( Michael Pare) is back on duty. While on a full flight from LA to Italy a strange smoke engulfs the plane and him and all the other passengers pass out. Once he wakes up, he notices that only him and 5 passengers ( Costas Mandylor, Robert LaSardo, Louis Mandylor, Bai Ling, Bishop Stevens) are on board. The rest vanish into thin air. He goes to the cockpit and discovers that it’s on autopilot and there is nobody in the pilot seats. Together with the other 5 passengers they will either collaborate or kill each other to find the truth and the key to their survival.

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I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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