Big Shark Movie (2023) Cast, Release Date, Story, Budget, Collection, Poster, Trailer, Review

Big Shark

August 11, 2023
1hr 39min
Status: released

Trailer, Teaser & Videos

Where to Watch Big Shark (Stream)

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Big Shark Movie Details:

Country United States
Language English
GenreHorror, Mystery, Thriller
Release dateApril 2, 2023
Running time1hr 39min
CastTommy Wiseau
Isaiah LaBorde
Mark Valeriano
Directed by Tommy Wiseau
Written byTommy Wiseau
Produced byTommy Wiseau
Cinematography by Matt S. Bell
Production companyWiseau-Films
Distributor Wiseau-Films
Bubble Chamber Ltd (UK)

Big Shark Movie Cast & Characters:

  • Tommy Wiseau as Patrick
  • Isaiah LaBorde as Tim
  • Mark Valeriano as Georgie
  • Erica Mary Gillheeney as Charlotte
  • Ashton Leigh as Sophia
  • Hannah Mouton
  • Wayne Douglas Morgan as Captain Joe
  • Thomas Johnston as Paul
  • Kaleb Naquin as Roger
  • Raul Phoenix as Tony
  • Jeff Pearson as Dan Lancing
  • Joseph Poliquin as Alex


Three firefighters, Patrick (Tommy Wiseau), Tim (Isaiah LaBorde), and Georgie (Mark Valeriano), must save New Orleans from a killer shark.

Big Shark Movie Box Office Collection & Budget:

Worldwide Collection$8,708

About Big Shark Movie:

  • Principal photography began on February 7, 2019, in Lafayette, Louisiana. Filming concluded in Lafayette two weeks later, on February 21, 2019. The film was also shot in London, England.
  • In 2021, Greg Sestero has admitted that there were no plans for Big Shark to begin production and that the “trailer” released online in 2019 was nothing more than a concept pitch. However, he has expressed interest in seeing the film get made in the hands of another filmmaker. In March of 2023 however, a new trailer unexpectedly dropped, revealing that Wiseau had finally completed the film and would be released later in the year.
  • Big Shark had its world premiere on April 2, 2023, at Cinema 21 in Portland, Oregon, before it started a limited roadshow release at Prytania Theatres at Canal Place in New Orleans on April 28 and 29, the Balboa Theatre in San Francisco on May 5 and 6, and August 5, the Landmark Westwood in Los Angeles on June 2 and 3 and July 29, the Reading Cinemas Grossmont in San Diego on July 7 and 8, and the Village East by Angelika in New York City on August 10, 11, 12, and 13.