Jawsfest Marks 30th Anniversary of 'Jaws'

Cue the ominous music. "Jaws (search)" is back.

Martha's Vineyard is hosting a three-day "Jawsfest (search)" this weekend to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the blockbuster movie that was filmed on the island off Massachusetts.

Hundreds of movie buffs are on hand for the festivities, including Eddie McCormack of Liverpool, England. He was only nine when the movie came out but now claims to have the largest collection of Jaws memorabilia in the United Kingdom.

Some of the film's cast and crew members are also there, as is Peter Benchley (search), author of the novel that inspired the film.

Of course, the weekend wouldn't be complete without a visit from the movie's biggest star -- a replica of "Bruce," the mechanical great white shark that was used in the filming. Bruce will be making several stops on Martha's Vineyard.

"Jaws" not only scared a lot of people out of the water in 1975, it was also the first Hollywood movie to earn 100 (m) million dollars.