ASTORIA — Stand clear of the closing doors — there's a shark in the tunnel.
The sequel to the cult hit "Sharknado" has moved from Los Angeles to New York City, with star and former "90210" actor Ian Ziering doing battle with a shark who blasts through the last car of a 7 train on a trip from Queens to Manhattan.
In "Sharknado 2: The Second One," a freaky weather system floods the city with vicious sharks who threaten to eat humans.
In a clip for the movie, which premieres July 30, stars Ziering, Vivica A. Fox and Mark McGrath pick up a Manhattan-bound 7 train in Queens to escape the rush of water that has descended on the five boroughs.
Between Queensboro and the Grand Central stop, after passing the Silvercup Studios sign, the train makes an abrupt stop, prompting a straphanger in a Mets jacket and hat to wonder, "maybe a hipster fell on the tracks, they're pretty light."
Instead it's a flood of water followed by a shark that blasts through the back of the last car and tries to devour a police officer.
But Ziering comes to the rescue, armed only with a baseball bat as he faces down the monster shark.
This shark is much larger than the dead one that showed up on an N train last summer, as well as the great white caught off of Rockaway Beach last week by a fisherman.
"Sharknado 2: The Second One" premieres Wednesday, July 30, at 9 p.m. on SyFy.