Giant shark, giant meteor shower--how could this Saturday night-Shark Week Eve-get better?!
Sharkzilla, a documentary about the largest Megalodon known to inhabit earth before extinction, will be shown for free at an event starting at 6 p.m. Saturday, on the lawn of the Aquarium of the Pacific.
The special advance screening of Sharkzilla brings to life megalodon, "a shark from prehistoric times and the largest shark to ever swim our oceans," the Aquarium's website states.
Prior to the movie, the Aquarium promises an insider explainer from the man who would know:
"John Tindall, Sharkzilla’s director and the designer and builder of the fin replica, will give attendees a bite of the action as he shares his experience in the creation of Sharkzilla."
"See Sharkzilla swimming in Rainbow Harbor, get your photo taken with the 7-foot fin, win Shark Week prizes, meet the Aquarium’s shark mascot, and more."
Check back with Patch for other Shark Week coverage in coming days.